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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Ultimate Roundup: Bangtan Boys Hit New U.S. High

Macklemore Throws Up His Sign / The Killers Album So Nice, They Named It Twice / Kevin Gates Really Means By Any Means / Lecrae Sees the Interconnectedness / Fergie Doubles Down / Jhené Aiko Trips Out

Ultimate 100 Artists

Taylor Swift holds #1 for the fourth week in a row; Taylor Swift Tix registration for her upcoming tour is open through 11/28

Former Emerging Artist Post Malone is on a tear with his new single, stomps his way into the #2 spot after surging #35-6 last week

As has become usual, Imagine Dragons hold steady amongst all the other movement, taking #3

South Korean boy band Bangtan Boys (aka BTS) make their first Top 100 appearance since February, and their highest yet, at #4 on the release of their new album, Love Yourself: Her

After cracking the Top 10 for the first time last week, Cardi B. now makes her first Top 5 appearance after moving #8-5

Concrete and Gold lifts Foo Fighters #14-7; they will be road doggin’ it through arenas Oct-Nov

Gemini is Macklemore’s new set, his first without Ryan Lewis in a while, which brings him in at #9

The Killers re-enter at #11 on the release of their 5th studio album, and first in five years, Wonderful Wonderful; they have a great mix of live gigs on the calendar, starting with Austin City Limits Music Festival

Incarceration doesn’t stop Kevin Gates from releasing new music, his By Any Means 2 mixtape gets out with the help of his wife, making him this week’s top Big Mover, +40 to #20

The new video for One More Light, which is a tribute to the late Chester Bennington, lifts Linkin Park #45-22

Radio airplay leads the way for James Arthur’s #60 re-entry

Lecrae returns to the Top 100 for the first time since January 2016 with the release of All Things Work Together his tour of the same name kicks off in Atlanta on 10/5

Fergie’s second solo album, aptly titled Double Dutchess, brings her in for a #70 re-entry

Jhené Aiko also releases her second album, Trip, to grab #93; she’s lined up on an awesome bill supporting Lana Del Rey with Kali Uchis in January

Ultimate 100 Songs

Dang! After debuting huge at #4 last week, former Emerging Artist Post Malone’s rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) goes even bigger by taking over the #1 spot!!!

Taylor Swift’s Look What You Made Me Do holds #2 again this week and …Ready for It? is at #11

After staking claim to #5 for four consecutive weeks, Cardi B. Bodak Yellow moves up to #3

Imagine Dragons Thunder goes #9-4 while Believer moves #10-7

Logic’s 1-800-273-8255 (ft. Alessia Cara & Khalid) is #5

Sam Smith’s Too Good at Goodbyes remains Top 10 at #8

Rake It Up (ft. Nicki Minaj) from Yo Gotti & Mike WiLL Made-It enters the Top 10 at #10

Bangtan BoysDNA debuts #22

Macklemore keeps the new singles, and great videos, rolling with Good Old Days (ft. Kesha) debuting #23

Say You Won’t Let Go from James Arthur wont’ let go of the Top 100, it resurges #59-24

A new lyric video for Ed Sheeran’s Perfect has fans’ adorbs meters in the red, sending the track up 35 spots to #49

Nick Jonas Find You climbs #85-59 after last week’s debut

Gucci Mane has Curve (ft. The Weeknd) slipped in for a #97 debut last week and easily jumps to #62 this week

Last week it was Look at Me!, this week Jocelyn Flores from XXXTentacion surges #100-65 on streaming activity

Watchoutnow: Danielle Bregoli (the “catch me outside” girl) is dropping tracks as Bhad Bhabie, with the first, These Heaux, debuting #82

Brett Young’s Like I Loved You has been doing well on Ultimate Country Songs, where it is #13 this week, and it now debuts on the main chart at #86

The new jam from Tank, When We, slides in for a #97 debut around the release of his new album, Savage

Rapper NF is back with new music, Let You Down debuts in the #98 spot

Emerging Artists

LANCO (May’s Emerging Artist of the Month) holds on to #1 again this week and is #11 on Ultimate Country Artists as Greatest Love Story moves up yet again, #55-42, on Ultimate 100 Songs and goes #8-6 on Ultimate Country Songs

15-year-old (yeah, that’s not a type-o…fifteen!) Billie Eilish debuts strong at #5 as things are picking up around her Interscope-backed dont smile at me EP and new video for watch

Rapsody’s new album, chock full of amazing collaborators, Laila’s Wisdom, is getting a lot of well-deserved attention, bringing her a solid #6 debut

California native Devin Dawson debuts #7 here and is at #38 on Ultimate Country Artists after debuting last week ; his single, All on Me, which has a John Mayer vibe, debuted on Ultimate Country Songs last week and is at #37 there this week

Hard rock/metal outfit Sons of Texas debut #8 following the release of their sophomore album, Forged by Fortitude

Toronto rapper Baka Not Nice, who signed with Drake’s OVO Sound in June, debuts #16

Magic Giant surges #40-24 ahead of their outing with Atlas Genius in October

Margo Price has appeared on Emerging 14 times now, with this week being the first in over a year; she’s got some huge dates opening for Chris Stapleton next month

English DJ Sigala returns to the chart, at #38, for the first time since December, 2015


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Ultimate Roundup: Too Good – Sam Smith Returns

Thomas Rhett is Tops for Country / Foo Fighters Score in Ninth / Jack Johnson Lights It Up / The National Let Sleeping Beasts Lie / Can’t Hide from Prophets of Rage / Odesza Debutsz

Ultimate 100 Artists

Taylor Swift holds #1 for the third week in a row

After re-entering at #5 last week, the resurgent Sam Smith takes #2 but has a ways to go to overtake T-Swift

Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes album is proving to be the top Country release of the year as he rises #4-3 this week

Recent Top 5 fixture Imagine Dragons pinged #2 last week and now take #4

Logic remains Top 5 at #5; one date left on Everybody’s Tour then a set at Thrival Innovation + Music Festival

Post Malone’s new one with 21 Savage lights him up #35-6

Cardi B. cracks the Top 10 for the first time with a #13-8 move

The third solo single from Niall Horan boosts him #37-9; he’ll be melting hearts at iHeartRadio Music Fest in Vegas before firing up Flicker Sessions 2017 at the end of October

Concrete and Gold is the ninth album from Foo Fighters, who re-enter at #14 with fortitude

Portugal. The Man’s Feel It Still has killed it all summer, especially for an alternative rock track these days, and it continues to slay regardless of genre, sending them #34-15

Jack Johnson has released his lucky seventh studio album, All the Light Above It Too, and jumps #62-37

Sleep Well Beast brought The National in at #39 last week and lifts them to #21 this week; shows in some terrific venues with wonderful supporting acts start in early October

They’ll see your supergroup and raise you one: Prophets of Rage debut #49 with the release of their self-titled first album

A fresh single sends Shakira back up #72-58 here and #9-4 on Ultimate Latin Artists

Fall Out Boy’s third single from the forthcoming M A N I A album, due out early next year, brings them in at #62

Seattle electronic duo Odesza’s A Moment Apart LP brings them their Top 100 debut at #66; they also hold #3 on Ultimate EDM Artists

Southern Blood, the final album from Gregg Allman, sees a posthumous release that brings the legend in at #75

San Antonio, TX hard rock outfit Nothing More debuts #81 following the release of their latest album, The Stories We Tell Oursevles

Superfruit’s Future Friends – Part One gave them their Top 100 debut on June 30th, now Part Two sends them up to #84

Miami rapper Lil Pump debuts #87 as his cut Gucci Gang takes off

Ultimate 100 Songs

In its second week on the chart, Sam Smith’s Too Good at Goodbyes takes over #1

Taylor Swift’s Look What You Made Me Do holds #2 and …Ready for It? sits at #7

Logic’s 1-800-273-8255 (ft. Alessia Cara & Khalid) holds at #3

rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) from Post Malone makes a big debut at #4

Cardi B. Bodak Yellow holds at #5 for the fourth week in a row

Feel It Still by Portugal. The Man brings the alternative rock even further into the mainstream mix with a #10-6 climb

Niall Horan’s third solo single, Too Much to Ask, debuts #12, right next to Slow Hands at #13

J Balvin’s bangin’ Mi Gente (ft. Willy William) moves #25-19 while holding #3 on Ultimate Latin Songs

Unforgettable from Thomas Rhett goes +21 to #30 here and #6-3 on Ultimate Country Songs; he also has Marry Me debut #68 and Craving You (ft. Maren Morris) move #90-73

Blake Shelton’s I’ll Name the Dogs debuted #54 last week and moves up to #40 this week while taking #6 on Ultimate Country Songs

A new, attention-getting video for XXXTentacion’s Look at Me! brings the track back in at #45

Camila Cabello’s Havana (ft. Young Thug) is this week’s top Big Mover, up 32 spots to #53

Halsey Bad at Love climbs #80-61

Newness from Nick Jonas, Find You, debuts #85

Here’s a collab for your earballz: G-Eazy’s No Limit (ft. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B.) debuts #89

Fall Out Boy The Last of the Real Ones debuts #93 and got a TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night (9/18)

Gucci Gang from the abovementioned Lil Pump debuts #95

…and in more Gucci-themed activity, THE Gucci Mane has Curve (ft. The Weeknd) (niiiice) debut #97

Emerging Artists

LANCO (May’s Emerging Artist of the Month) moves back into the #1 spot here and #13 on Ultimate Country Artists as Greatest Love Story climbs to #55 on Ultimate 100 Songs and sits at #8 on Ultimate Country Songs

Next up out of Atlanta is Lil Baby, who debuted #7 last week and holds that slot again this week

London On Da Track has been huge on the songwriting and production side lately, and now he steps back out front as a lead artist with No Flag (ft. Nicki Minaj, Offset & 21 Savage), taking #13 after his debut last week

The release of Quinn XCII’s debut album, The Story of Us, propels him #24-8 this week

LANY is back up, #17-11, just ahead of The LANY Tour: Part 2 kicking off in NOLA on 9/25

24hrs moves #29-24; he’s got some east coast dates with former Emerging Artist MadeinTYO and K Swisha next month…

Current Emerging Artist of the Month, Tash Sultana, is at #26; her insane live show returns to North America next week, with a big stop at Austin City Limits thrown in

Ryan Hurd re-enters at #37 after a couple of weeks away; he’s got a few cool live dates sprinkled through the end of the year

July’s Emerging Artist of the Month, Sigrid, re-enters at #38; she can be caught at Austin City Limits in a few weeks


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Emerging Artist of the Month: Tash Sultana

#24 Emerging Artists

#3,237 Ultimate 100 Artists

Is 22-year-old Australian musician Tash Sultana is a one-woman band? A guitar shredding alternative rocker? A multi-instrumentalist and beatboxing live loop master? A lilting soul singer with deep, modern, urban vibes?

She’s all of these things, and more. Powerhouse is a word we can’t quite shake when reviewing her work, so we’re rolling with it. 22-year-old Australian musician Tash Sultana is a powerhouse. We can’t think of anyone else doing anything like what she is doing right now. It’s probably easiest to just go back a ways, to her most-viewed “live bedroom recording” on YouTube, and let this performance of Jungle explain for itself. Take your time, we’ll wait…

right?!?! And in the less than eighteen months since this went up, her rig, her gigs, and her performances have only gotten bigger and bigger. The Murder to the Mind video gives a really good look…we bet former Emerging Artist Robert DeLong could talk gear with Tash for days!

Tash was a born musician, learning on her own from a young age, now able to play nearly a dozen different instruments. Some rough times as a teenager led to busking on the streets of her hometown, Melbourne, being her best option to make ends meet. It’s clear that this experience became the foundation of what she has developed in the years since.

Her homemade YouTube videos quickly went viral in 2016 and by the end of the year she had won the Unearthed Artist of the Year J Award and saw Jungle and Notion voted into the Triple J Hottest 100, at #3 and #32, respectively.

By the fall of 2016, her debut EP, Notion, was released and Sultana was playing non-stop sold out gigs in every corner of Australia, including many festival appearances. She played key major market club gigs in the U.S. in February of this year, also sold out, establishing an American beachhead as Jungle received tastemaker Alternative and Triple A radio airplay. She even got in a terrific NPR Tiny Desk concert, a platform see seems to have been tailor-made for.

It was then back Down Under for more shows and festivals like Laneway and Splendour in the Grass; this cool video from a performance in Sydney gives a further idea of the energy that this young artist has been generating. In June her Notion world tour kicked off in London and commenced to crisscross Europe all summer, where it will culminate back in London next week (9/14). Things pick back up in Toronto on September 28th and the North American headline dates will continue through October.

It is always wonderful to follow an artist that flourishes from adversity, let alone with the massive, raw, and positive energy that Tash Sultana exudes wherever she plays. Her latest single, the mesmerizing Murder to the Mind, continues to expand her palette of deeply soulful vibes, and of course ripping guitar solos, that would have made Prince a fan. We’re excited to hear that her debut album will be released next April and that she has no plans to slow down the touring schedule any time soon.

  • Jungle has
    • 27.8 million Spotify streams
    • 2.4 million YouTube plays
    • U.S. Alternative and Triple A radio airplay garnering ~3,200 spins and nearly 7 million in audience this year
      • Early adopters / top markets included New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Philadelphia, Miami, Minneapolis, Portland, Cincinnati, Kansas City




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Ultimate Roundup: Logic Shows Heart

Kendrick Lamar Opens Strong, Wins Big / P!NK Inspires / What Stars Do: Maroon 5 Right Back in the Mix / LCD Soundsystem’s American Dream / The Script Delivers 5th Act / Why Don’t We Debuts

Ultimate 100 Artists

Taylor Swift takes #1 over from Luis Fonsi and will be hard to knock out any time soon the way she is rolling out Reputation

Lil Uzi Vert climbs further, #3-2, on the release of Love Is Rage 2; he’ll be appearing at some festivals and radio shows over the next couple of months

Logic shoots up #46-3 as his activity spikes following his important MTV Video Music Awards performance that has had a real, tangible impact on many lives

Luis Fonsi remains in the Top 5 at #4 as his Song of the Summer isn’t quite done yet…and he’s got U.S. Love + Dance World Tour dates kicking off this weekend in Las Vegas

Through all of the other activity in recent weeks, Imagine Dragons just keeps on keeping on at the top of the chart, taking #5 this week

Kendrick Lamar opened the VMAs strong, and won big; he rises #10-6; you can catch him headlining the upcoming Day N Night Festival and the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience

Continuing to make waves around the release of his album, 17, including a crazy scene around a cancelled show last weekend, Xxxtentacion reaches his highest chart position yet, entering the Top 10 with a #37-7 climb

Cardi B. is up again, #16-11 and has a good shot at her first Top 10 appearance next week

Winner of this year’s Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the VMAs, P!NK gave a great performance and an inspirational speech, and subsequently jumps #54-13 as fans reacted

Maroon 5’s new cut with SZA puts the band right back in the mix with a #91-18 move

American Dream is LCD Soundsystem’s fourth studio album, the release of which brings them back to the Top 100 at #21

After debuting at #85 last week following the release of A Deeper Understanding, The War On Drugs moves up #85-60

Irish band The Script comes in at #66 with the release of their fifth album, Freedom Child; they have some great U.S. theater dates (with Emerging Artist Tom Walker supporting) starting at the end of the month

The end of the penultimate season of Game of Thrones sees composer Ramin Djawadi hit #67 as fans keep the soundtrack going

Pop quintet Why Don’t We starts to hit their stride just shy of one year after forming, debuting at #97

Ultimate 100 Songs

Summer is unofficially over and thus the Song of the Summer has been usurped as Taylor Swift’s Look What You Made Me Do moves into #1 after debuting #2 last week

As mentioned above, Logic made a huge impact with his MTV VMAs performance of 1-800-273-8255 (ft. Alessia Cara & Khalid), and the song soars #33-2 as fans react

The undisputed Song of the Summer hasn’t gone far: Luis Fonsi’s Despacito (Remix ft. Daddy Yankee & Justin Bieber) comes in at #3

Sorry Not Sorry re-entered the Top 10 last week, and Demi Lovato’s jam takes it into the Top 5, #9-4, this week

Cardi B. Bodak Yellow holds at #5

P!NK’s What About Us siphons a big post-VMAs boost, rising #30-7

The new one from Maroon 5, What Lovers Do (ft. SZA), debuts at #8

Yep, VMA boost for Kendrick Lamar’s HUMBLE. as well, it is up #23-10 while DNA. Climbs #85-54

Imagine Dragons has Believer at #13 and Thunder climbing #34-15

Taylor Swift quickly doubled down with the surprise drop of her 2nd new song in as many weeks, …Ready for It? Debuts #33

Jocelyn Flores, from Xxxtentacion’s new album, debuts #68

Following the release of their latest album, and VMAs performance, Fifth Harmony sees Down (ft. Gucci Mane) re-enter at #76 and He Like That debut #76

Might need some hand wipes: Lil Uzi Vert’s Sauce It Up debuts #81 (and XO TOUR Llif3 moves #29-24)

Every Little Thing by Carly Pearce debuts # 91 here while rising to #15 on Ultimate Country Songs

A long, steady run pays off for The Revivalists as Wish I Knew You debuts #93

Emerging Artists

August Emerging Artist of the Month, Cheat Codes, hold #1 for the ninth week in a row, are up to #3 on Ultimate EDM Artists, and are now just eight spots away from graduating to Ultimate 100 Artists; No Promises (ft. Demi Lovato) is #36 on Ultimate 100 Songs and very impressively takes #1 on Ultimate EDM Songs!

Daniel Caesar’s debut album release blasted him up #29-3 last week and he inches into the #2 spot this week

South Florida rapper, Xxxtentacion collaborator (Very Rare collective), and Republic Records signee Ski Mask the Slump God makes his debut at #6

Jordan Davis is up #13-11, let’s see if he can crack the Top 10 next week! He’ll be rolling out with Kip Moore’s Plead the Fifth Tour in October

The ABC reality music competition show, Boy Band, has produced the quintet In Real Life, who debut #12 this week

Jessie Reyez moves #20-16; she’s slated for WiLD 94.1’s Last Damn Show in Tampa on 11/3 with some big names as well as fellow Emerging Artist 24hrs (#32)

We have another slightly mysterious artist hitting the chart as NexXthursday debuts #19 behind his re-worked single, Sway (ft. Quavo & Lil Yachty)


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