Taylor Swift’s new partner, Travis Kelce, achieved his first musical No. 1 in the United States with his brother | music

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 Taylor Swift's new partner, Travis Kelce, achieved his first musical No.  1 in the United States with his brother |  music

Billboard has many sales charts. Although the main ones are singles and albums, there are many more that focus on more specific aspects. On one of the lists, the Kelce brothers achieved their first No. 1 and, for the record, Taylor Swift has nothing to do with it… Perhaps the fact that Travis is her new partner has enabled her to gain the necessary popularity to achieve this musical success.

The truth is that the brothers, American football players, released a Christmas song on November 15: Fairytale of Philadelphia. It debuted at No. 2 on the Rock Digital Song Sales chart and No. 5 on the All-Genre Digital Song Sales chart.

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In their second week they reached first place on the list of digital rock songs, which, okay, is not the top list, but it starts somewhere.

The Philly Specials, Feat Jason Kelce & Travis Kelce – Fairytale Of Philadelphia

A charity album

This is a reimagining of the Pogues’ 1987 Christmas classic, Fairytale of New York, only in this version the Kelce brothers trade verses in praise of Philadelphia.

The song in question is included on A Philly Special Christmas Special, an album that has a lot to do with the Philadelphia Eagles team where Jason Kelce plays.

Among some Christmas hits, including Mariah Carey’s, it also has Jason Kelce’s song, Santa’s Night, in addition to this song he sang with his brother Travis.

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There is already a first album last year that reached the third place in the list of best-selling albums. This new installment includes other songs performed by various players and even a collaboration with Philadelphian, Patti LaBelle.

This is a charity album whose proceeds from vinyl sales will go to the Children’s Crisis Treatment Center’s Toy Drive and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Snowflake Station.