Ultimate Roundup: Urban/Rhythmic acts rule the chart with 7 of the Top 10 Artists, led by Fetty Wap at #1.

The Weeknd comes in at #2, Future #3, OMI #4, Meek Mill #6, Drake #7, and Silento #9. Fetty Wap completes his meteoric rise to the top as he claims his first week ever at #1 on the chart powered by 3 of the Top 10 Songs: My Way (ft. Monty) at #2, 679 (ft. Remy Boyz) at #8, and Trap Queen at #10…impressive.

Top Artists

G-Eazy makes another of his now routine appearances in the top tier as he grabs #90

Dej Loaf is the latest Ultimate Emerging Artist chart graduate as she debuts in the Top 100 at #98.

Charlie Puth also gets his first look at life from inside the Top 100 as he debuts at #94

This rest of this week’s debuts come from artists with new releases generating activity, including a lot of young blood:

Jill Scott (Woman) – #19 – On tour now [Tickets]

Viners Jack & Jack serve up more than 6 seconds but still show they’re into the whole brevity thing (Calibraska EP) – #36

Lamb of God (VII: Sturm und Drang) – #45 – Currently on the SLIPKNOT: Summer’s Last Stand Tour [Tickets]

Bea Miller (Not an Apology) – #68 – Currently opening on Fifth Harmony’s Reflection: The Summer Tour [Tickets]

Hopsin (Pound Syndrome) – #73 – Funk Volume 2015 Tour begins in September [Tickets]

Prince Royce (Double Vision) – #85 – Currently supporting Ariana Grande’s arena tour [Tickets]

Top Songs

Future now has 3 tracks in the Top 100: Where Ya At (ft. Drake) up 91 spots to #51, F**k Up Some Commas at #55, and Trap Ni***s with a big +386 to #96

Calvin Harris’ latest, How Deep is Your Love (ft. Disciples) debuts at #68 in its second week

Bea Miller debuts Fire N Gold at #70

California country climber Cam clamors (had to be done) with her debut of Burning House at #84

R. City debuts Locked Away (ft. Adam Levine) at #95

OMI’s smash hit gets remixed and inked: Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn vs. Salaam Remi Remix ft. Kid Ink) peeks in at #98

Tori Kelly gets her second Top 100 track with Should’ve Been Us debuting at #99

Notable Emerging Artists

Highly Suspect and Hey Violet make their first appearances

Elle King remains poised to soon “graduate” if she can crack the main Top 100 on the success of EX’s & OH’s

Fronzilla, the debut solo rap project of metalcore outfit ATILLA’s front man Chris Fronzack, grabs a second week on the chart at #21

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