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