Ultimate Roundup: Take It Easy, Glenn

twenty one pilots’ Coup de Grace, Megadeth Deals Dystopia, Tim McGraw’s Humble and Kind Belief, Hoodie Allen Free-for-All, Wiz Khalifa Bakes it Up, Emerging Belly Up

Ultimate 100 Artists

Justin Bieber re-takes #1

Adele moves up one to #2

twenty one pilots go #4 to #3

With the passing of Glenn Frey generating lots of activity around his music, the band he co-founded, Eagles, jump into the Top 100 at #4

David Bowie’s posthumous surge cools just slightly as he falls from #1 to #5

Panic! At the Disco is up #7-6, still surging around the release of Death of a Bachelor

Selena Gomez is now in the Top 10 at #9

As expected, Flo Rida enters the Top 10 this week at #10

Dave Mustaine’s Megadeth releases their latest album, Dystopia, and grabs #27

Clearly Glenn Frey made an impact with his solo material over the years, he comes in at #57 as a solo artist following his untimely death

Country superstar Tim McGraw has released a new single, Humble and Kind, accompanied by a video that features footage from Oprah Winfrey’s OWN-TV series Belief, bringing him in at #59

Long Island rapper Hoodie Allen drops his Happy Camper album for free and takes #70 this week

Dierks Bentley is back with a fresh cut, bringing him to #76

R&B singer Tank streets his first new LP since 2014, Sex Love & Pain II, including the single Relationship Goals, just in time for Valentine’s Day, grabs #88

Adding to the Country surge on the chart this week, Brett Eldredge comes into the Top 100 at #95

Ultimate 100 Songs

An impressive coup de grace for twenty one pilots who see their hit single, Stressed Out, overtake Adele and Justin Bieber for the #1 spot this week…which they can probably hold next week as well

Justin Bieber Love Yourself goes to #2 and Sorry is #5

Flo Rida My House is now up to #3

Adele Hello is #4

The Chainsmokers Roses (ft. ROZES) holds at #6 and awaits a chance to crack the Top 5

Me, Myself & I (ft. Bebe Rexha) by G-Eazy goes Top 10 at #8

Selena Gomez Hands to Myself is up 10 spots to #9, easily entering the Top 10 in its seventh week in the Top 100

Dierks Bentley Debuts Somewhere on a Beach at #39

Eagles see two classics hit the Top 100 as fans pay homage to the late Glenn Frey: Hotel California at #45 and Take it Easy at #94

The incredible resurgence of Empire of the Sun’s 7.5-year-old track, Walking on a Dream, due to a powerful placement in a new Honda commercial, only gains momentum as it is a Big Mover up 44 spots to #46…it will be interesting to see if it climbs even higher in the coming weeks or eventually cools off…

Wiz Khalifa has been in the kitchen and pulls Bake Sale (ft. Travi$ Scott) out of the oven for a hot and fresh Debut at #48

The latest from Brett EldredgeDrunk on Your Love, shows strength with a Big Mover jump from #92 to #55

Jason Derulo Get Ugly makes a pretty move up 23 to #59

Chris Stapleton is now in a nice groove after his breakout last fall, recently appearing on Saturday Night Live, and Debuts another track, Nobody to Blame, at #64

Recent Emerging Artist chart graduates Brothers Osborne Debut Stay a Little Longer at #66

Panic! At the Disco sees two cuts surge around their album release: Emperor’s New Clothes comes back to the Top 100 at #79 and the title track, Death of a Bachelor, Debuts at #84

Mike Posner is back in the mix with I Took a Pill in Ibiza (SeeB Remix) Debuting at #81

Danish band Lukas Graham came onto or radar last fall and their U.S. debut single, 7 Years, is catching on fast, Debuts at #87 and is likely to climb further

Chris Brown continues to roll after his December album release, Debuts yet another single, Back to Sleep, in the Top 100 at #90

Unlike many YouTube-powered dance craze creators, iLoveMemphis delivers a second act right away as Lean and Dabb Debuts #97

Oooh la la! Jeremih’s latest just sounds like a sexy R&B jam…oui Debuts at #98

Another artist that crossed our sights in the second half of 2015, Dawin, sees his single, Dessert (ft. Silento) make its way all the way up the chart for a #99 Debut

Emerging Artist

Belly (#5) is a Palestinian-Canadian rapper out of Ottowa who has seen success in his home country, including winning a Juno award and three MuchMusic Video Awards. He has steadily climbed the Emerging Artists chart recently, making himself part of a wider wave of Canadian hip-hop and R&B artists leaving huge impressions on the U.S. music scene; this group includes Drake, The Weeknd (Belly co-wrote six songs on The Beauty Behind the Madness, including The Hills), Torey Lanez, and fellow Emerging Artists Majid Jordan.

After signing with Roc Nation a couple of months ago, those resources are coming to bear and his latest single Might Not (ft. The Weeknd), from the Up for Days mixtape, is charting at Rhythmic radio and making its way up the Urban chart, giving wide exposure that is starting to grow his social media audience and sales. It sounds like he’ll have a steady stream of material coming out this year, leading up to an album release, and after recent support slots with The Weeknd we’ll surely hear of live dates before too long.

  • 77,000 Instagram Followers, 49,000 Facebook Likes, 48,000 Twitter Followers; 800,000 YouTube plays in the U.S., 3.1 million globally

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