Shortly after beating “Freed, Delivered” from Frozen.
“Let’s not talk about Bruno” breaks record after record! In mid-January, this song ofEncanto was dubbing another wild Disney hit : “Let It Go” of Snow Queen (2013). Fifteen days later, she tied a 30-year-old studio record: “This blue dream” from Aladdin. Interpreted by Brad Kane and Lea Salonga, this one had been at the head of the US Billboard 100 a few weeks after its release. A first for an animated film title from the studio, which did not repeat the feat afterwards: “Love shines under stars”by Elton John, climbed to fourth position in 1994 following the card of the Lion Kingthen a year later, it is “Air of wind”sung by Vanessa Williams in Pocahontaswhich in turn reached this position.
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The wild success of “Let’s not talk about Bruno”composed by Lin-Manuel Miranda, represents 34.9 million US streaming listens, which is stronger than the record of Adele, who was so far at the top of the US chart with “Easy On Me”. Another particularity of this piece, it is performed by a group of artists, actors and singers: Adassa, Stephanie Beatriz, Mauro Castillo, Rhenzy Feliz, Carolina Gaitán and Diane Guerrero. An exception in this classification.
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