Ultimate Roundup: Yuletide Edition

Jordan Smith Keeps Winning, Chris Brown‘s Royal Treatment, Ariana Grande Chills for Christmas, Cole Swindell Pulls the Heartstrings, Pusha T Prelude, Monica Goes Code Red

Ultimate Artists

Adele holds #1, Justin Bieber #2

The Voice winner Jordan Smith moves #8-3

On the release of his new album, Royalty, Chris Brown is a Big Mover from #28-4

The Weeknd holds down #5

Ariana Grande works on establishing a new tradition with her Christmas & Chill EP, fans are down, she moves 22 spots to #18

Cam‘s debut, Untamed, continues to sell well as she surges further up the chart to #29

The Voice contestant Emily Ann Roberts remains popular with fans and re-enters the chart at #31

Cole Swindell‘s personal and moving new single is resonating with a wide audience, bringing him back into the Top 100 at #37

Coming into the chart at #55 is Pusha T, powered by his latest LP release, King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude

R&B veteran Monica releases her latest album, Code Red, 20 years after her debut, grabs #64

Cage the Elephant hits the chart at #73 with the release of Tell Me I’m Pretty

Yo Gotti‘s new single is doing well enough to bring him to the chart at #95

Ultimate Songs

Adele Hello remains at #1

The Voice winner Jordan Smith‘s Mary Did You Know (The Voice Performance) benefits from the show and the season for a very strong #2 Debut

Justin Bieber holds #3 with Sorry and #4 with Love Yourself

Drake‘s Hotline Bling is #5 again this week

The holiday season is not always bright and shiny, evidenced by twenty one pilotsStressed Out moving from #24 to #6

Emily Ann Roberts Debuts Burning House (The Voice Performance) at #9 as Cam breaks out with her debut album release, another great choice for timing

Cole Swindell‘s personal and emotional single You Should Be Here Debuts all the way up the chart at #11

Ironic that Cam‘s original Burning House makes a strong move from #46 to #16 around her album release, yet comes in behind The Voice cover

Lots more performances from The Voice, including duets with the superstar coaches, hit the chart as Debuts this week:

Adele‘s now-official second single, When We Were Young, surges a huge 50 spots for Big Mover status at #34

As we suspected a few weeks ago, the debut single from DNCE, Cake By the Ocean, keeps moving up the chart, this time from #62 to #39

Chris Brown sees four tracks in the Top 100 after his new album release:

IAmDLOW gains further momentum with his Bet You Can’t Do It Like Me challenge, grabs #56 and might just break into the top half of the chart next week

Yo Gotti‘s Down in the DM gains 23 to #73

The new one from Kevin Gates, Really Really, Debuts at #89

Tori Kelly‘s second single, Hollow (ft. Big Sean), Debuts at #99, just within the Top 100, and should pick up steam in the New Year


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