Disney’s Encanto was released almost two months ago, but the buzz has yet to fade, and the accolades and achievements just keep coming.
Disney Animation Studios’ 60th animated feature with a Colombian flare hit the just before Thanksgiving and debuted on the Disney+ streaming platform on December 24th, just in time for Christmas.
Encanto tells the story of the amazing who live together under one roof in a deep in the Colombian mountains. Long ago, after the death of her husband Pedro, , the ‘s matriarch, was given a wonderful blessing: a miracle that over time continues to bless each new member with a unique gift. Well, almost every new member; , the main character in the story of Encanto, didn’t receive a gift, but no one in the knows why.
Encanto was the highest-grossing , and its popularity continues to grow among fans regardless of their ages. of 2021The has won a for Best Animated Feature, and the music from Encanto, written by has been resting comfortably at the top of Billboard’s Charts for weeks now.
But that’s not the only magic of the music of Encanto. As of this week, the most popular Frozen from the newly-beloved , “We Don’t Talk About Bruno,” has surpassed the almost-as-viral by from Disney’s , titled “Let it Go” on Disney’s all-time pop music charts, having risen to No. 4 this week on the Billboard Top 100 chart.
You can hear “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” here:
And you can hear “Let It Go” here:
According to a post from Billboard, “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” has now become the highest-ranking from an animated in 27 years. It currently sits at the No. 4 spot on Billboard’s chart, which ties it with “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” from Disney’s The , which was written by Sir . Sir ‘s peaked on the same chart at No. 4 in 1994, and “Colors of the Wind” from Disney’s Pocahontas peaked at the same spot in 1995.
You can hear “Colors of the Wind” here:
Frozen‘s “Let It Go” only made it as high as the No. 5 spot in April 2014.
Almost as soon as Encanto debuted, the music from the became a huge success. Along with the about not speaking Bruno’s name, the “Surface Pressure,” sung by actress Jessica Darrow, who plays Luisa in Encanto, hit the big time on TikTok as users put their own spin on the Luisa’s struggles to keep up with her ‘s expectations. about
Do you have a favorite song from Disney’s Encanto?