The video for “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” has had a long and storied history, from its origins as an anti-Vietnam war protest song to a tribute to President Ronald Reagan in 1988.
And it is a song that is often linked to politics and the country’s current political divide.
But according to the Recording Academy, its biggest hit song of all time, it may not be as well-known as it should be.
That’s because of a new survey that finds that only three out of 10 of the songs on the list of the most iconic are actually performed by Americans.
The others are by African-American artists, including Beyoncé, Kanye West and Jay Z. The survey, which was conducted by the Recording Industry Association of America and the Recording Board of Governors, also found that “The Star-Spangled Banner” was voted as the best-known American song by only 5 percent of the 1,000 people who took the survey.
The top five were all performed by white Americans.
(The other top five, which includes a number of songs that are not recorded in the United States, are by people who are of Asian descent, including Filipino singers and musicians.)
The survey found that only a little more than one in 10 of those who responded were American.
Only about 1 percent of people who answered “yes” to the question “Which song is the most famous by an American?” answered the question correctly, the survey found.
The Recording Academy also found a wide range of American artists who are credited with creating the song, including Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra, Bob Marley, Willie Nelson, and Frank Siné.
The Academy says that the “Star-Spangle Banner” has been performed by a wide variety of groups, including jazz musicians, gospel groups, blues and country bands, gospel singers, country artists, folk singers, hip-hop artists, and more.
The group also lists “The Who,” “Sidewalk Choir,” and the “Lemonade” as top-selling American albums of the 20th century.
But a representative for the Recording Guild of America says that it is the work of only five American artists.
In an interview with ABC News, Grammy-winning artist David Bowie said that the song was his favorite because it has a “tremendous impact on a person.”
“I think it’s the greatest song in the world,” Bowie said.
“The reason is it’s about something that’s not just about you.
It’s about the world.
It is a message of hope.
You can’t give up on yourself and hope that something good will come of it.”
The recording industry is not the only industry that has been impacted by the growing popularity of the song.
It has been dubbed “the biggest pop hit in history,” by NPR’s Carrie Johnson.