Ultimate Roundup: Taylor Swift Lives Up to Reputation Expectation

Camila Cabello Brings Havana to the Top / CMA Awards Dominate Activity / Eminem Walks On Water / Evanescence Synthesizes Success / Wiz Khalifa Laughs, Flies Up Chart / Greta Van Fleet Graduates!

Ultimate 100 Artists

Taylor Swift is once again in the #1 spot with the MASSIVELY successful release of reputation and announcement of the first round of of 2018 tour dates

Unshakable Ed Sheeran is up #3-2

Sam Smith re-enters the Top 5 with a#6-3 move as all cylinders continue to fire around The Thrill of It All

Imagine Dragons come in at #4

Camila Cabello is red hot, making her Top 5 debut at #5 as Havana (ft. Young Thug) takes over #1 on Ultimate 100 Songs

The rollout for Eminem‘s Revival album is fast and furious, popping him right into the Top 10, #25-9: within a week his collab with Beyoncé hits, the LP drops, and he appears as Saturday Night Live‘s musical guest

Let’s take a moment to look at the clear positive effect this year’s Country Music Association Awards had on many artists (be sure to check out Ultimate Country Artists as well):

Kid Rock logs another good Sweet Southern Sugar-powered week, moving #46-26

Evanescence returns at #30 with their first album in six years, Synthesis, with re-workings of their tunes with orchestral arrangements and an infusion of electronic elements along with a couple of new tracks; still plenty of chances to catch them live with an orchestra before the end of the year!

Christmas is definitely Pentatonix season, they are up #82-48 and yes, the TV special and tour are set!

A remastered release of Master of Puppets and the awesome Band Together Bay Area benefit concert help lift Metallica #80-54

With Rolling Papers 2 on the horizon, Wiz Khalifa moves #84-59 on the release of the Laugh Now, Fly Later mixtape

Pentatonix isn’t the only one with a big impact on modern Christmas music: Mariah Carey climbs #95-64

A big placement of Immigrant Song in Thor: Ragnarok bring Led Zeppelin in at #67 (along with a challenge from Jack Black to Chris Hemsworth)

NF is up #90-69 as Let You Down does well with a new video; the Perception tour stars in January

Rock ‘n’ Roll will never die! Greta Van Fleet graduates from the Emerging Artists chart with a #70 debut here following the release of their double-EP, From the Fires!

Michael Bublé is another Christmas powerhouse, re-entering at #87

#94 Sia is also getting in on the game, with her new track, Snowman, and Everyday Is Christmas (out this Friday 11/17)

Ultimate 100 Songs

After weeks of consistent gains, Camila Cabello‘s Havana (ft. Young Thug) takes the #1 spot

Ed Sheeran‘s Perfect is #2

Imagine Dragons Thunder takes #3

Post Malone rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) is #4

Keith Urban‘s important new song, Female, which he performed live at the Country Music Association Awards (more on that below), debuts big at #5 here while going straight to #1 on Ultimate Country Songs

Eminem‘s Walk On Water (ft. Beyoncé) is about as big as collaborations come, it debuts #6

What Lovers Do (ft. SZA) from Maroon 5 enters the Top 10 for the first time, #11-9, while Wait is a strong Big Mover, #89-46 (+43)

On album release week Taylor Swift gets four Top 100 entries: Call It What You Want (#10), …Ready for It? (#11), Look What You Made Me Do (#14), and Gorgeous (#56)

The Country Music Association Awards also led to a lot of movement on the Top 100 Songs side (be sure to check out Ultimate Country Songs as well):

Dua Lipa‘s breakout track, New Rules, is up to #20

Another controversial rapper has a fast-rising breakout song: Bushwick rapper 6ix9ine has Gummo debut at #61

As mentioned above, a big placement in Thor: Ragnarok brings Led Zeppelin‘s classic Immigrant Song in at #64 this week

NF‘s Let You Down re-enters at #71 behind an emotionally-charged new video

Emerging Artists

In just his third week on the chart YBN Nahmir takes over #1 and Rubbin Off the Paint sits at #104, just outside the Ultimate 100 Songs

PnB Rock’s debut studio album, Catch These Vibes, hits the street this Friday (11/17) and he re-enters the chart very strong at #2 in the lead-up, his first appearance since April, 2016

Devin Dawson holds at #3; he’s got an Orlando gig with Michael Ray and two awesome radio shows in Kentucky coming up

Cheat Codes take the #4 spot; they have three sick gigs on the calendar

Sofi Tukker moves up #6-5 here and #15-13 on Ultimate EDM Artists while Best Friend (ft. Nervo, The Knocks, and Alisa Ueno)  goes #9-6 on Ultimate EDM Songs

Alice Merton entered the Top 10 for the first time last week and continues to climb, #9-7, this week

18-year-old, Phoenix-based singer Trinidad Cardona debuts at #16 as his viral track, Jennifer, continues to grow – check out this Pigeons & Planes rundown of his great story; he’s already got dates set for early next year supporting Alex Aiono’s Feels Like tour (P.S. – this feels a bit familiar to when Emerging Artist chart grad Khalid came out of El Paso, TX at the same age, just after graduating high school…)

After re-entering at #40 last week, Lost Kings jump +20 to #20 (this week’s top Big Mover) as First Love (ft. Sabrina Carpenter) picks up some Top 40 and Dance radio spins

A trio of notable re-entries: R.LUM.R. (#37), Declan McKenna (#38), and Hoodrich Pablo Juan (#39)

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Ultimate Roundup: Chris Brown Doubles Down

Sam Smith‘s Sophomore Thrill / Maroon 5 Ups Your Dosage / 21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin Launch Bangin’ Sneak Attack / Blake Shelton Shores It Up / Kid Rock with Sugar on Top

Ultimate 100 Artists

It’s now four weeks in a row at #1 for Imagine Dragons

Taylor Swift moves #4-2 and with Reputation dropping tomorrow (11/10) she’s sure to take over the #1 spot

Ed Sheeran is #3

The forty-five track Heartbreak on a Full Moon lifts Chris Brown into the Top 5, #18-4

Post Malone rounds out the Top 5 at #5

Sam Smith‘s sophomore release, The Thrill of It All, brings him into the Top 10, #16-6; he’s got a couple of radio show appearances next month, then his tour starts next June

Red Pill Blues, their sixth studio album, gives a #14-9 boost to Maroon 5; they’ve got a Las Vegas run through New Year’s Eve, then the big tour starts at the end of May

21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin debut at #10 as a collaborative trio on the drop of the Without Warning album

Migos lean up on the Top 10 at #11; they will be booming Morgantown, WV and Youngstown, OH on 12/1 & 12/2

Texoma ShoreBlake Shelton‘s eleventh studio album, gives him a #14 re-entry here while he takes over #1 on Ultimate Country Artists

With a full week-and-a-half of activity following the release of I Still AmYo Gotti is by far this week’s top Big Mover, +50 to #27

Kelsea Ballerini‘s second album, Unapologetically, is finally here and provides for her first Top 100 appearance (#38) since February after she performed on the Grammys with Lukas Graham

He may not be running for Senate after all, but Kid Rock is still dropping albums, with Sweet Southern Sugar earning him a #46 re-entry this week; Laughlin, NV is up this weekend (11/11), New Year’s Even in KC, then the Greatest Show On Earth Tour unloads on January 19th

Another week of huge social growth helps Selena Gomez rise #88-56 with +32 Big Mover status (Justin Bieber is also up, #70-52, with a big social bump…hmmmm…)

TWICE is the latest K-Pop sensation to hit America, with the nine-strong group making a #77 debut

The return of N.E.R.D. is upon us with a BANGING Rihanna collab, which brings them back to the Top 100 (#79) for the first time in almost exactly seven years (they hit #52 on 11.07.10 following the release of Nothing)

Ultimate 100 Songs

Imagine Dragons‘ Thunder takes a sixth consecutive week at #1

Camila Cabello‘s Havana (ft. Young Thug) keeps it up, moves #3-2

Perfect from Ed Sheeran is #3

The last new single before tomorrow’s (11/10) release of Taylor Swift‘s ReputationCall It What You Want, debuts at #4

Post Malone rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) comes in at #5

Sam Smith Too Good at Goodbyes enters the Top 10, #13-8 while Burning debuts at #73

Migos‘ MotorSport (ft. Nicki Minaj & Cardi B) debuted #28 last week and swerves right into the Top 10 at #9 this week

Kelly Clarkson‘s Love So Soft is up #25-12

N.E.R.D. serves up a brand-new BANGER, Lemon (ft. Rihanna), which debuts #26

I’ll Name the Dogs from Blake Shelton‘s new set is this week’s top Big Mover, +46 to #35 here and +10 to #4 on Ultimate Country Songs

21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin get three debuts from their new album: Ghostface Killers (ft. Travis Scott) at #44, Rap Saved Me (ft. Quavo) at #58, and Ric Flair Drip at #77

The Voice is heating up and Chloe Kohanski‘s Landslide (The Voice Performance) is the first debut (at #68) from the latest crop of contestants

Kodak Black‘s Roll In Peace (ft. XXXTentacion) grabs a +29 Big Mover jump to #71

TWICE‘s LIKEY comes out strong with a #84 debut, propelling their artist debut above

Wait debuts #89 on the drop of Maroon 5‘s latest album

Emerging Artists

Greta Van Fleet holds #1 again this week; just a few more chances to catch them live before the year is out!

Cheat Codes repeat at #2 as Feels Great (ft. Fetty Wap & CVBZ) is now charting at Top 40 radio

Devin Dawson digs deeper into the Top 5, going #4-3; he’s #25 (+8) on Ultimate Country Artists while All On Me moves up yet again, to #18, on Ultimate Country Songs

YBN Nahmir debuted at #12 last week and jumps right into the Top 5 this week, #12-4

With activity up across the board, November 2016 Emerging Artist of the Month, Bishop Briggs, returns to the Top 5 after a #14-5 climb

Sofi Tukker is this week’s top gainer, +16 to #6, making for their first Top 10 appearance as Best Friend (ft. Nervo, The Knocks, and Alisa Ueno) debuts #9 on Ultimate EDM Songs; they also debut #15 on Ultimate EDM Artists!

Alice Merton also makes her first Top 10 appearance, moving #11-9; she’ll be playing Live 105’s Not So Silent Night in Oakland on 12/9

Boy Band winners, In Real Life, re-enter at #18

Rapsody moves up #32-27 after last week’s re-entry

EDM duo Lost Kings slip in for a #40 re-entry, their first appearance since August; they have collabs with Sabrina Carpenter, Emily Warren, and Ally Brooke & A$AP Ferg working out there…

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Ultimate Roundup: Kelly Clarkson Finds Soulful Meaning

Selena Gomez & Marshmello Release the Hounds / Migos Rev It Up / Kenny Chesney, No Shoes Required for Service / Mighty Big K.R.I.T. Time / High Five Hollywood Undead

Ultimate Artists

Make it 3 weeks in a row at #1 for Imagine Dragons

Ed Sheeran is up #4-2

Post Malone holds on to #3

Taylor Swift comes in at #4

Flicker continues to propel Niall Horan, he’s Top 5 after moving #8-5

Havana (ft. Young Thug) is a smash for Camila Cabello as she moves well into the Top 10, #11-6; she will be making a great run of radio shows starting this weekend (11/4)

The original American Idol, Kelly Clarkson, is by far this week’s top Big Mover, up a whopping 70 spots to #9 with the release of her eighth album, Meaning of Life

Selena Gomez & Marshmello debut at #10 as their new collab, Wolves, comes out strong

Migos rise #36-17 as they tease Culture 2 with the drop of the new single, MotorSport

With more activity around the release of When Was the Last TimeDarius Rucker jumps #57-19

Live in No Shoes Nation sends Country veteran Kenny Chesney up to #35; the Trip Around the Sun tour starts April 21st in Tampa, FL

Big K.R.I.T.‘s 3rd studio album, 4eva Is a Mighty Long Time, sends him up to #45, his first Top 100 appearance since the release of Cadillactica in November, 2014

Masked rap rockers Hollywood Undead earn #48 with the release of their fifth studio album, Five; they are currently on the road with In This Moment, then keep it rolling with Butcher Babies into December

Bebe Rexha‘s collab with Florida Georgia Line brings her back in at #50

British Columbian rock vets a get up to #52 following the release of Wake Up Call; they’ve got U.S. live dates on now

The latest single from Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, Faking It, lifts Scottish DJ/producer Calvin Harris up 26 to #59; he has also taken over #1 on Ultimate EDM Artists

Coming in at #62 is Keyshia Cole, whose new album, 11:11 Reset, earns her first Top 100 showing since Point of No Return dropped in October, 2014

The announcement that Justin Timberlake will be playing the Superbowl LII halftime show sends his activity up, including a big social bump, giving him Big Mover status, +22 to #74

Yo Gotti‘s I Still Am makes it nine studio albums, and two in the last two years, sending him up to #77

After debuting at #90 last week, and graduating from the Emerging Artists chart, LANCO climbs further, to #79, and take #7 on Ultimate Country Artists

Beach House 3 brings Ty Dolla $ign the #82 spot this week

With the passing of rock n roll pioneer and New Orleans legend Fats Domino, fans pay tribute with activity that puts him into the Top 100 at #89

Lindsey Stirling‘s Christmas album, Warmer in the Winter, sends her over the hills and through the woods to #95; the Warmer in the Winter Christmas Tour starts next week

Trial by Fire helps YelaWolf return to the chart at #97; he’s got two SoCal shows tonight (11/2) and tomorrow (11/3) before jumping over to the east coast

Weezer slips in at #100 after releasing their eleventh album, Pacific Daydream

Ultimate 100 Songs

Thunder holds #1 for a fifth week and Believer is at #15 for Imagine Dragons

Ed Sheeran‘s Perfect grabs #2

Camila Cabello‘s Havana (ft. Young Thug) goes #6-3, is Top 10 at Top 40 radio, and the new video, with an awesome lead-in, is quickly racking up streams

rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) from Post Malone is at #4

Selena Gomez & Marshmello‘s brand-new collaboration, Wolves, comes in hot at #5 and goes straight to #1 on Ultimate EDM Songs

The spectacular, Joseph Kahn-directed, video for Taylor Swift‘s …Ready for It? helps send the track up #25-10

What at first glance might seem like an unusual collab actually works smoothly and fans are loving it: Bebe Rexha‘s Meant to Be (ft. Florida Georgia Line) debuts at #17

Kelly Clarkson‘s Love So Soft goes #43-25 with her new album release

The first single from Migos‘ Culture 2MotorSport (ft. Nicki Minaj & Cardi B.), debuts #28

Chris Stapleton‘s new one, Millionaire, debuts #47 here while going Top 5 in its second week on Ultimate Country Songs

Marshmello‘s Silence (ft. Khalid) is up again, from #69-51, and holds #2 on Ultimate EDM Songs

Becky G‘s Mayores (ft. Bad Bunny) debuts #74 while holding #5 on Ultimate Latin Songs

The latest funky jam from Calvin HarrisFaking It (ft. Kehlani & Lil Yachty), debuts at #75

Great to see a song with an important message get up on the chart: Theory of a Deadman‘s Rx (Medicate) moves #92-77 with their new album doing well

Future & Young Thug‘s Patek Water (ft. Offset) gets a debut at #82

The lead single, Skywalker (ft. Travis Scott), from Miguel‘s forthcoming album, War & Leisure, debuts #95

Another great Florida Georgia Line feature: Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso team up for Let Me Go (ft. Florida Georgia Line & watt) which debuts at #98

Emerging Artists

Greta Van Fleet claims the #1 spot for the first time this week! Active Rock radio airplay remains strong and their tour, which is clearly having an impact, picks back up next month

Cheat Codes come in at #2; there are chances to catch them live in D.C., L.A., and Orlando next month

H.E.R. holds #3; try and catch a glimpse of this enigmatic rising star at one of her upcoming live dates

Devin Dawson makes it into the Top 5 in his sixth week on the chart with a #6-4 move; he’s up #38-35 on Ultimate Country Artists while All On Me is at #27 on Ultimate Country Songs

Margo Price has another good week on the release of All American Made, taking the #5 spot

Current Emerging Artist of the Month, Tash Sultana, surges #25-10 on nice social and streaming growth

17-year-old Birmingham, Alabama rapper YBN Nahmir started off freestyling during XBOX Live sessions, now Rubbin Off the Paint has built solid activity and he debuts at #12

Sofi Tukker re-enter at #22, and having Best Friend (ft. Nervo, The Knocks, and Alisa Ueno) featured in iPhone X marketing for the last couple of months sure isn’t hurting; it’s also got a fresh new video

Cash Money rapper Money Man re-enters at #28 after a few weeks away

Rapsody re-enters at #32, has a new video for Power (ft. Kendrick Lamar & Anderson .Paak), and her Wisdom Is Power tour kicks off at the end of this month

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Ultimate Roundup: Niall Horan’s Debut Flickers to Life

Chris Young Needs His Zs / “I Don’t Know”Future & Young Thug Get Slimed / Everything Adds Up for Carly Pearce / Feels Like the First Time with Darius Rucker / Silence is Golden for Marshmello / LANCO Graduates!

Ultimate 100 Artists

Imagine Dragons hold #1 again this week

Beautiful Trauma had one of the best first sales weeks of the year, lifting P!NK #4-2

Post Malone remains hot at #3

Ed Sheeran takes #4

Taylor Swift rounds out the Top 5 at #5

Mr. Davis continues to propel the very busy Gucci Mane, he’s up #10-6

Demi Lovato returns to the Top 10, #16-7; she’s playing a bunch of holiday radio shows and then her recently announced tour with DJ Khaled goes down in February

Niall Horan is this week’s top Big Mover, +59 to #8, on the release of his solo debut album, Flickerthe Flicker Sessions are on now and the Flicker World Tour will be humongous

Camila Cabello‘s Havana-inspired lift continues, she’s up #19-11

Beck rises again, #39-20, with another batch of Colors sales in the bank; he’ll be at iHeartRadio’s ALTer Ego show in LA this January

Chris Young re-enters the main chart up at #24 and goes Top 10 on Ultimate Country Artists with the release of Losing Sleep

The surprise release of the Super Slimey mixtape brings mega-duo Future & Young Thug in for a #29 debut, and word is that this is just the beginning…

The Saga Continues for a second week with Wu-Tang Clan climbing #70-33 behind their (sadly) U-God-less new compilation album

A new single gets Liam Payne up #57-38; fans can catch him at one of many holiday radio shows

Taylor Mill, Kentucky’s own Carly Pearce lights up from the release of her debut album, Every Little Thing, jumping #84-40 here and hitting #3 on Ultimate Country Artists

Darius Rucker‘s fifth Country studio album, When Was the Last Time, delivers him the #57 spot; he’s part of a couple of cool live bills next month

Newcomer Dua Lipa climbs #76-58; the Self-Titled tour goes wheels up in Boston on November, 20th

Silence is golden for Marshmello, who debuts at #59 while taking over the top spot on Ultimate EDM Artists! He’s got some great gigs lining up, too…

Jessie James Decker‘s second album, Southern Girl City Lights, brings her back to the Top 100 for the first time since February, landing at #61

G-Eazy jumps #87-64 as No Limit is taking off and we now know he has a double-album, The Beautiful and the Damned, in the pipeline

Re-entering at #68, Young Dolph has released his fourth studio album in two years, Thinking Out Loud, and that’s on top of something like nineteen mixtapes over nearly a decade

Kelly Clarkson is back on the chart at #79 and sure to rise next week following the 10/27 release of her eighth studio album, The Meaning of Life

Can we get a “WOO HOO!”? LANCO (May’s Emerging Artist of the Month) becomes our TENTH Emerging Artists chart graduate of the year as they debut at #90!!!

The holiday season fast approaches, and that means Pentatonix is back in the Top 100 at #92 with a new Christmas video and a Christmas TV special all set to go

Orlando, Florida metal vets Trivium‘s eighth studio album The Sin and the Sentence, gives them their first Top 100 appearance since October, 2013 when Vengeance Falls came out

Ultimate 100 Songs

Imagine DragonThunder spends a fourth week at #1 while Believer is at #14

Post Malone rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) holds #2

Ed Sheeran‘s Perfect comes in at #3

The third new single from Taylor Swift‘s upcoming Reputation album, Gorgeous, debuts at #4

The release of Beautiful Trauma adds fuel to P!NK‘s What About Us, it goes #14-5 while Revenge (ft. Eminem) debuts #47 and the title track, Beautiful Trauma, sits at #74

Bad at Love from Halsey jumps #22-12

The title track from Carly Pearce‘s debut album, Every Little Thing, is this week’s top Big Mover, +37 to #16 and jumps over all the boys to take #1 on Ultimate Country Songs!

G-Eazy‘s No Limit (ft. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B) moves #55-34

An album release boost takes Kelly Clarkson‘s Love So Soft #65-43

Where the magic happens: Bedroom Floor by Liam Payne debuts at #49

Jeff Winger’s not going to like this: Chris Pratt joined Chris Stapleton for a duet of Tennessee Whiskey at a recent show…and the song re-surges #73-53 here and back into the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Songs

Marshmello‘s Silence (ft. Khalid) goes #88-69 while the Illenium remix debuts #73, they hold #2 and #3, respectively, on Ultimate EDM Songs

Brett Eldredge‘s The Long Way debuts #70 here and at #11 on Ultimate Country Songs

The title track of Chris Young‘s new album, Losing Sleep, re-enters at #71 and climbs #23-12 on Ultimate Country Songs

Lil Pump Gucci Gang is a Big Mover, +21 to #72

Chris Brown High End (ft. Future & Young Thug) debuts #80

Logan Paul returns with Outta My Hair debuting at #90 on the strength of a hilarious video co-starring Bella Thorne

More than a few people are stoked for new music from A Perfect CircleThe Doomed debuts at #91

A$AP Ferg‘s Plain Jane gets in for a #93 debut

In addition to having great teeth, Kelsea Ballerini‘s Miss Me More makes a #95 debut here and #18 on Ultimate Country Songs

Lil Xan grabs this week’s squeaker debut with Betrayed landing at #99

Emerging Artists

August Emerging Artist of the Month, Cheat Codes, moves back into the #1 slot while their new one, Feels Great (ft. Fetty Wap & CVBZ), rockets into the Top 10 of Ultimate EDM Songs after debuting at #36 last week

Greta Van Fleet is up #4-2 as Highway Tune remains Top 10 at Active Rock radio (it hit #1) and Safari Song is starting to stack up the adds

20-year-old singer H.E.R. is losing her initial shroud of mystery, but that comes with the territory as streaming and social are on the rise this week, moving her #8-3

The release of All American Made, Margo Price’s second album, shoots her up the chart #38-4 and into the Top 5; she takes a huge stage, opening for Tim McGraw & Faith Hill in Brooklyn tonight (10/27)

Billie Eilish rounds out the Top 5 at #5 as press attention builds and the words “prodigy” and “star” are popping up with regularity

November 2016 Emerging Artist of the Month, Bishop Briggs, returns to the Top 10 as her new single, Dream, gets going

Norwegian singer Astrid S debuts #24 as her single Think Before I Talk sees streams rising and some Top 40 radio spins helping things along

Albanian singer Era Istrefi returns to the chart at #31 behind her new track, No I Love Yous (ft. French Montana)

Atlanta rapper Hoodrich Pablo Juan debuts at #35 with the gears really in motion now that he’s signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 label via Todd Moskowitz’s Alamo Records distribution deal via Interscope

The Voice season 8 finalist Koryn Hawthorne re-enters at #38 (her first appearance in over two years) as Won’t He Do It video streams and gospel radio spins pick up

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Ultimate Roundup: P!NK Keeps It Real

Introducing Mr. Gucci Mane Beck Shows His Colors / Kris Wu‘s Deserved Debut / Straight Sevens for GOT7Wu Tang Swarms Again

Ultimate 100 Artists

Imagine Dragons move back into #1

Post Malone is up #4-2

Turns out that some broken bones aren’t going to slow #3 Ed Sheeran down much after all…

The release of Beautiful Trauma lifts P!NK #23-4; she plays We Can Survive at the Hollywood Bowl this weekend (10/21) and the MASSIVE Beautiful Trauma tour kicks off in Phoenix on March 1st

Posthumous activity remains strong, with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers landing at #5 and Tom Petty himself at #18

Kane Brown is riding high, up #10-7 here and taking #1 on Ultimate Country Artists; he’s got a bunch of live dates rolling right now

Gucci Mane just can’t stop releasing new material: he goes #40-10 behind Mr. Davis, which is his second release this year and fourth since his release from prison in May 2016

Camila Cabello is firing on all cylinders and is this week’s top Big Mover, +32 to #19

Lil Pump has another good week on the release of his debut album, rising #43-24; he may have just played for Travis Barker’s son’s birthday, but you’ve got a bunch of chances to see him as well

The new song, How Long, from Charlie Puth helps him up #52-26 this week and with the official video dropping today (10/19) he’s sure to surge further next week

Beck‘s thirteenth studio album, Colors, was four years in the making (the first single, Dream, came out in 2015) and now propels him to a #39 re-entry

Chinese Canadian singer, actor, and model Kris Wu has had success across the board, including with the South Korean-Chinese boy band EXO; now his new solo jam, Deserve (ft. Travis Scott), earns him his debut at #43

Re-entering at #59, Louis Tomlinson dropped a bit of a surprise single with Just Like You and has fans gushing over his 2-year-old son, Freddie

The new 7 for 7 EP brings K-Pop group GOT7 back into the Top 100 for the first time since March, landing at #66

RiceGum returns to the Top 100 at #69 as he once again stirs the pot, this time with Frick the Police

Wu-Tang Clan claims #70 after the release of The Saga Continues compilation album with the help of producer Mathmatics; it is worth noting that the release is attributed as simply “Wu Tang” due to the absence of U God, but many are calling it a return to form for the seminal group

Every Little Thing is Carly Pearce‘s debut album, which has been well-received and powers her #84 debut here and big move into the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Artists; she hits the road with Brett Young next month

Heavyweight composers Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch have earned a squeaker #99 debut for their work on Blade Runner 2049

Ultimate 100 Songs

Thunder from Imagine Dragons is #1 again this week

Post Malone‘s rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) is back up, #6-2

Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s Almost Like Praying (ft. Artists for Puerto Rico) stays strong at #3 as fans continue to support

Ed Sheeran‘s Perfect bounces back yet again, up #11-4 and right into the Top 5

Cardi B. Bodak Yellow keeps up its strong pace, holding #5

Feel It Still has really been a smash for Portugal. The Man, it now approaches the Top 5 with an #8-6 move

Havana (ft. Young Thug) from Camila Cabello goes Top 10, #16-8

The above mentioned Kris Wu‘s solo U.S. breakout track, Deserve (ft. Travis Scott), debuts nicely at #11…the trick will be to see how it holds up…

P!NK‘s Beautiful Trauma album release aids a #24-14 boost for What About Us

Kane Brown Heaven moves #31-17 here while taking over #1 on Ultimate Country Songs, while What Ifs (ft. Lauren Alaina) is #19 and #2, respectively

Halsey Bad at Love is up #40-22

Louis Tomlinson‘s Just Like You debuts #32

Frick the Police from YouTuber RiceGum debuts #34

Sam Smith Pray is tied for this week’s top Big Mover, +38 to #36

Charlie Puth How Long shares that top Big Mover slot, going +38 to #38…some nice numeric parity playing out there…

The title track from Carly Pearce‘s just-released debut album, Every Little Thing, gains 24 spots to take #53 while moving into the Top 10 at #6 on Ultimate Country Songs

The Rest of Our Life from Tim McGraw & Faith Hill debuts #64 here and easily enters the Top 10 (#35-9) in its second week on Ultimate Country Songs

Brett Young Like I Loved You moves #98-80 while holding #15 on Ultimate Country Songs

Young Thug Relationship (ft. Future) debuted #92 last week and jumps to #68 this week

Luke Bryan‘s What Makes You Country sees a #95 debut here and goes #30-18 on Ultimate Country Songs it its second week there

Veteran Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman have Rx (Medicate) grab a debut in the #100 spot this week as it rules at Active Rock radio

Emerging Artists

LANCO (May’s Emerging Artist of the Month) takes #1 for the fifth consecutive week and is SO CLOSE (#109) to graduating into Ultimate 100 Artists!

August Emerging Artist of the Month, Cheat Codes, remains at #2 while their new one, Feels Great (ft. Fetty Wap & CVBZ), debuts at #36 on Ultimate EDM Songs

Billie Eilish moves up to #3 in her fourth week on the chart; this growth is no joke…

Greta Van Fleet remains in the Top 5 at #4

Devin Dawson enters the Top 5 with a #7-5 move; All on Me is #37 on Ultimate Country Songs

Alice Merton soars +24 to #11 as No Roots builds off of Alternative radio airplay

Bishop Briggs (November 2016’s Emerging Artist of the Month) re-enters at #12 as her new single, Dream, from her forthcoming debut album, makes its way into the world (with a new video coming Friday 10/20)

NexXthursday moves #23-15 on activity, including a social boost, around his jam Sway (ft. Quavo & Lil Yachty)

The lead-up to All American Made (it streets tomorrow, 10/20), Margo Price’s second album, brings her back in at #38 (she first hit our radar in March 2016 then debuted on Emerging in May 2016)

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Ultimate Roundup: Learning to Fly

Maren Morris‘ Open Letter / Lin-Manuel Miranda Rallies for Puerto Rico / Deluxe Kane Brown Treatment / NF Doesn’t Miss a Thing / Marilyn Manson Flips It / Debut LP from Lil Pump

Ultimate 100 Artists

Yet another untimely death shakes up the charts as loving posthumous activity surges, putting Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers into the #1 spot this week, Tom Petty as a solo artist at #3, and the supergroup The Traveling Wilburys is at #86

Imagine Dragons come in at #2; the EVOLVE Tour with Grouplove and K. Flay ain’t even close to being done!

Post Malone remains hot at #4; he’s got a few headline dates and 2 big festivals on the calendar

Ed Sheeran takes #5

The release of her powerful new single, Dear Hate (ft. Vince Gill)Maren Morris leaps into the Top 10 at #7 while taking over #1 on Ultimate Country Artists

Another important new song, Almost Like Praying (ft. Artists for Puerto Rico), brings Lin-Manuel Miranda in at #9, which is actually his solo debut

The deluxe edition of Kane Brown‘s self-titled album propels him #51-10 here while he takes #2 on Ultimate Country Artists

Activity around rapper NF‘s fourth studio album, Perception, brings him in at #17; the Perception Tour rolls out in January

Emerging Artists graduate A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has another good week around the release of his debut studio album, The Bigger Artist, climbing #30-18

Marilyn Manson turns Heaven Upside Down for his tenth album, landing at #38; if you haven’t caught his live show, get to it!

Lil Pump strongly re-enters at #43 behind his self-titled debut album; rad live dates here…

Following the horrific tragedy in Las Vegas and his subsequent, doubly poignant Saturday Night Live cold openingJason Aldean re-enters the Top 100 at #61

#76 Eric Church wrote the new song Why Not Me about the Las Vegas mass shooting, debuting it at the Grand Ole Opry just three days later

Ultimate 100 Songs

Imagine Dragons Thunder holds #1 for a second week

Maren Morris‘s important Dear Hate (ft. Vince Gill) debuts huge at #2 here and #1 on Ultimate Country Songs

Lin Manuel-Miranda has assembled a powerhouse group for Almost Like Praying (ft. Artists for Puerto Rico), which debuts #3

Look What You Made Me Do from Taylor Swift comes in at #4

Cardi B.‘s Bodak Yellow takes #5

Tom Petty has a major hand in no less than ten songs on this week’s chart:

#7 – Free Fallin’

#14 – I Won’t Back Down

#20 – Mary Jane’s Last Dance

#29 – You Don’t Know How It Feels

#45 – American Girl

#53 – Learning to Fly

#65 – Runnin’ Down a Dream

#68 – Wildflowers

#91 – Refugee

#93 – Don’t Come Around Here No More

Heaven from Kane Brown debuts #31 here and #3 on Ultimate Country Songs

Sam Smith‘s second new single, Pray, debuts #74

How Long, the new one from Charlie Puth, debuts #76

Bhad Bhabie gets her second track into the Top 100 as Hi Bich debuts #81

The title track from P!NK‘s new album, Beautiful Trauma, debuts #89

Young Thug‘s Relationship (ft. Future) debuts #92

Emerging Artists

Make it four weeks in a row at #1 for LANCO (May’s Emerging Artist of the Month)

August Emerging Artist of the Month, Cheat Codes, remains at #2

Greta Van Fleet move up #5-3; their headline dates pick back up next week

Billie Eilish holds at #4 in her third week on the chart; she plays World Café Live in Philly on the 20th

Rapsody rounds out the Top 5 at #5

24hrs moves up #25-16; he’s finishing up dates with MadeinTYO right now

Current Emerging Artist of the Month, Tash Sultana, rises again this week, #26-21; she’s currently in Texas for the Austin City Limits Music Festival before finishing out her North American tour dates

SYML (aka Brian Fennell of Barcelona) returns to the chart at #24 after debuting in June

Alex Lahey joins fellow Melburnian Tash Sultana as she debuts at #28 following the release of her first album, I Love You Like a Brother

Baltimore’s Creek Boyz re-enter at #38 after a few weeks away from the chart

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Ultimate Roundup: We Love You, Demi

Imagine Dragons Swoop Into #1 / Miley Cyrus Embraces Change / A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Goes Bigger / An Invitation from Why Don’t WeScreaming for More Michael Jackson / NOW is the Time for Shania Twain

Ultimate 100 Artists

Slow and steady pays off: amidst tons of crazy activity in recent months, Imagine Dragons have hung in there, and now they swoop in to take #1

Taylor Swift comes in at #2

Post Malone grabs #3 as he drops yet another single; Stoney tour dates, Voodoo Music + Arts, and Rolling Loud SoCal are all on the slate

Another star that rarely goes far, Ed Sheeran moves #6-4

We love you. Demi Lovato re-enters the Top 5 with a #15-5 climb on the release of her sixth studio album, Tell Me You Love Me

After gaining Big Mover status last week, Kevin Gates goes Top 10, #20-8, on the strength of By Any Means 2

The Netflix documentary Five Foot Two helps give Lady Gaga a push up the chart, #53-19

Maroon 5 is up #40-21 with radio airplay and streaming leading the charge

Miley Cyrus re-enters at #22 following the release of Younger Now

Emerging Artist graduate A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie ties for top Big Mover of the week, going +44 to #30 as his debut studio album, The Bigger Artist, streets

Why Don’t We is a year old as they release their Invitation EP and re-enter the Top 100 at #35; get your tickets for The Invitation Tour while you still can

The Scream compilation album is the eleventh posthumous Michael Jackson release, bringing the legend in at #38

Shania Twain‘s NOW is her first new studio album in fifteen years, landing her at #47; the massive NOW tour fires up next spring

Steady activity across the board ties Camila Cabello for top Big Mover this week as she is +44 to 50

Jhené Aiko‘s Trip gets stronger in its second week, she flies #93-56

R&B luminary Tank drops his eighth studio album, and second in as many years, Savage, to re-enter at #72; some good opportunities to catch him live through the end of the year

Tamar Braxton takes #91 following the release of Bluebird of Happiness, which she says will be her final album

Midland debuts at #96 while landing at #24 on Ultimate Country Artists; they have a pile of big-time live dates upcoming

Ultimate 100 Songs

Imagine Dragons Thunder rolls into #1 while Believer holds on to #9

Taylor Swift Look What you Made Me Do remains #2

Cardi B.‘s Bodak Yellow is at #3 again this week

J Balvin & Willy William‘s Mi Gente (Remix ft. Beyoncé) has come out as strong as you would imagine, debuting at #4; Queen Bey will be donating her cut of the proceeds to hurricane and earthquake relief efforts

After enjoying the top of the pile at #1 last week, Post Malone‘s rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) doesn’t go far, taking #5, while I Fall Apart debuts #32

Perfect by Ed Sheeran is his latest song to catch fire, up #49-11

Maroon 5 What Lovers Do (ft. SZA) approaches the Top 10, #21-13

Camila Cabello‘s Havana (ft. Young Thug) is this week’s top Big Mover, +42 to #15

Carly Pearce Every Little Thing moves #85-64 while entering the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Songs

No Limit (ft. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B) from G-Eazy re-enters at #66

Emerging Artist graduate Andra Day‘s Rise Up continues to strike a chord re-entering at #80; the singer also made an impression at the Global Citizen Festival

Kelsea Ballerini‘s High School debuts #86 while getting up to #15 on Ultimate Country Songs

Noah Cyrus brings yet another interesting collaboration, Again (ft. XXXTentacion) debuts #91

The new one from Darius RuckerDon’t, debuts #93 here and at #16 on Ultimate Country Songs

A new video helps Playboi Carti‘s Magnolia re-enter at #94

You Broke Up with Me from Walker Hayes is our last Country song to debut this week, at #97, and it comes in at #17 on Ultimate Country Songs

Walk the Moon has returned with One Foot, which slips in the door for a #100 debut

Emerging Artists

LANCO (May’s Emerging Artist of the Month) holds on to #1 for the third consecutive week; they have a few cool dates over the next three months

August Emerging Artist of the Month, Cheat Codes, remains at #2

After debuting at #6 last week, Rapsody rises to #3 on the strength of Laila’s Wisdom

Billie Eilish debuted #5 last week and keeps the activity up, rising to #4 this week

Devin Dawson holds the #7 spot he debuted in last week; Devin is #38-33 Ultimate Country Artists and All on Me is #37-33 Ultimate Country Songs

Augusta, GA rapper TK Kravitz, and formerly one half of TK-N-Ca$h, debuts #16 as his solo career continues to rise

Current Emerging Artist of the Month, Tash Sultana, rises #32-26 as her North American tour is in full swing

Boy band In Real Life re-enters at #33

Alice Merton re-enters at #34 as No Roots builds at Alternative and Triple A radio

NYC dance duo Sofi Tukker debuts at #39; they’ll be going out on ODESZA’s A Moment Apart Tour in a couple of weeks

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