Ultimate Roundup: The Grammy Bump Is Showing

Americans Adore Active Adele, Yo Gotti Hustles, Andra Day Rises Up, Gwen Stefani Makes Us Like Her, Ruth B.’s Debut Debuts, Dreezy Breezy: Emerging Debut

Ultimate 100 Artists

Technical problems be damned, Adele is back in the top slot at #1 after her Grammy performance and otherwise very active week

Barbadian superstar Rihanna holds #2

Justin Bieber slides up to #3

Flo Rida holds #4 in his capable hands

twenty one pilots just won’t be popped out of the Top 5 as they power #7-5

Yo Gotti is a Big Mover from #39-11 on the release of The Art of the Hustle and now two active versions of his hit single

Award-winner and perhaps the most talked-about Grammy performer, Kendrick Lamar, is a Big Mover up 36 to #17

James Bay continues to make inroads with U.S. audiences and his Grammy night performance with Tori Kelly has vaulted him to his highest-ever position on the chart at #21

Alabama Shakes take home 3 big Grammys and give a true performance, crash back in to the chart at #35

Southern California alt-pop queen Gwen Stefani did things quite differently this time around and it paid off: her live video recording/performance during a Grammy Awards commercial break is blowing things up and she’s at #47

Little Big Town feels some crossover love, moving into #49, as they win 2 Grammys and perform live

The Hamilton – Original Broadway Cast isn’t away from the Top 100 for long: their Grammy opener and subsequent award pickup is the impetus for a #56 re-entry

Tori Kelly is building a knack for tearing it up on awards shows, turning in another great one, this time with James Bay,  earning a space at #58

Pitbull experienced a rare Grammy award tie with Natalia La Fourcade but his Grammy close-out performance with Robin Thicke and Joe Perry, with a hand from actress Sofía Vergara, was an easy win…he is a Big Mover up 32 to #63

We see a well-deserved #76 Debut for former Emerging Artist Andra Day, who was up for 2 Grammy Awards and though she didn’t take home hardware she is still a winner via her impressive performance alongside Ellie Goulding

Yet another generation learns that X Gon’ Give it to Ya as the new Deadpool soundtrack features the classic banger from DMX, who makes his Ultimate Chart Debut at #81

Atlanta-area rap trio Migos Dab their way back into the Top 100 at #92 this week

The cat who actually scored Deadpool is none other than Junkie XL, who’s work earns him a peek into the top of the chart at #96

Ultimate 100 Songs

Through all the Grammy activity Flo Rida holds down #1 with My House

Same goes for the rest of the Top 5, starting with Rihanna holding #2 with Work (ft. Drake)

Justin Bieber Love Yourself moves #4-3

twenty one pilots Stressed Out is #4

Zayn’s Pillowtalk cracks the Top 5 at #5

James Bay Let it Go just powers back into the chart at #8

Gwen Stefani’s ode to new beau Blake Shelton, Make Me Like You, is a big Big Mover up 72 to #14

All I Ask from Adele takes #17

Grammy-winning Girl Crush from Little Big Town comes back to the chart at #19

Ed Sheeran’s golden gramophone-holding Thinking Out Loud is up 40 to #23

The Weeknd is just all over the chart now: In the Night is up to #21, Can’t Feel My Face goes #54-25, The Hills is #34, while Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey) and Acquainted are also back in the Top 100 at #77 and #100, respectively

Heartbeat from Carrie Underwood is Big Mover from #77 to #33

Taylor Swift Out of the Woods moves 20 to @53

Sam Hunt Take Your Time re-enters at #58

A resurgence for Tori Kelly Hollow (ft. Big Sean) at #61

The aforementioned DMX classic, X Gon’ Give it to Yafrom the Deadpool soundtrack, gets a Debut at #63

The breakout continues for Country’s rising star, Chris Stapleton, and his track Tennessee Whiskey which is up to #68 and Nobody to Blame which is up 23 to #73

Former Emerging Artist Andra Day also debuts her single, Rise Up, on the songs side of things at #74

Ellie Goulding Something in the Way You Move is back at #77

In non-Grammy-related activity (gasp) we have Vine & YouTube star-gone-big-time Ruth B.’s Lost Boy Debuting at #79!

Look at Migos’ Dab! Look at it! Look at My Dab Dab-utes at #99…and it might just lean up the chart

Emerging Artist

We have a debut to look at this week as 21-year-old Chicago rapper Dreezy (Debut #8) starts near the top of the chart. Signed with Interscope Records her EP, From Now On, was released in December and her new single, Body (ft. Jeremih), is off to a fast start at Urban radio where it is already in the Top 30. Prior to her jump to the major Dreezy made her mark  on the Chicago scene beginning in 2012, eventually gaining wider attention via her remix of Nicky Minaj’s ChiRaq (ft. Lil Herb). She then collaborated with local legend Common on his tenth album while dropping a couple of well-received mixtapes, Business N Pleasure and Schizo.

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