Ultimate 100 Artists
The Top 5 remain the same this week:
Ariana Grande moves #19-6 with the release of her Dangerous Woman LP; she will likely crack the Top 5 next week
Rapper Desiigner continues to grow, up #12-7, but can he break into the superstar pack at the very top of the chart?
Nick Jonas is a Big Mover from #74-42, led by airplay and social activity
I Still Do, the new release from Slowhand, brings Eric Clapton into the Top 100 at #63
Adam Wakefield is doing well with The Voice fans as sales of his performances lead to his Debut at #65
The release of Cloud Nine has now given tropical house producer/DJ Kygo a Debut at #71
Award show wins and a contestant cover on The Voice boost Romeo Santos to #72 this week
Legendary Mexican singer Marco Antonio Solís was been pretty warm lately, re-enters at #75
Coloradans OneRepublic return to the Top 100 at #81 as their new single, Wherever I Go, makes its way to fans
O.T. Genasis quickly proving that he’s no one-hit-wonder as he is back in the Top 100 at #91 this week as Cut It (ft. Young Dolph) is up to #28 on Ultimate 100 Songs
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Justin Timberlake’s Trolls track, Can’t Stop the Feeling!, holds #1 for a 2nd consecutive week
Desiigner continues to see his debut song, Panda, compete with the biggest stars in the world as it inches up #3-2
Close (ft. Tove Lo) from Nick Jonas is up #30-14…can it run for the Top 10?
It is clear that the culmination of the latest season of The Voice is upon us:
- A big Debut for Adam Wakefield’s I’m Sorry (The Voice Performance) at #16
- Alisan Porter gets yet another into the Top 100 as Desperado (The Voice Performance) Debuts #37
- Mary Sarah’s I Told You So (The Voice Performance) Debuts #93
- Hannah Huston’s When a Man Loves a Woman (The Voice Performance) Debuts #94
Emerging Artist watch continues:
- #1 Kent Jones probably won’t be emerging much longer as Don’t Mind hits #29
- #2 Dreezy’s debut track Body (ft. Jeremih) climbs to #55
- #4 Madeintyo has a breakout jam doing well as Uber Everywhere gets to #64
- #3 Grace has her cover, You Don’t Own Me (ft. G-Eazy), at #66
Wicked from Atlanta trapster and Dungeon Family member Future barely misses Big Mover status with a 19-spot gain to #42
OneRepublic’s new single, Wherever I Go, Debuts #70 and is sure to move up
Bay Area raised, Los Angeles-based singer/rapper Marc E. Bassy (Debut #24) has been putting out solid tracks and impressive collaborations for a couple of years now, including last year’s East Hollywood EP.
Prior to that he had some success across a solid 10-year run with the group 2AM Club on RCA records. His solo activity flared on our early warning radar this winter while he toured in support of G-Eazy. With the newly-dropped You & Me (ft. G-Eazy) having a very summery, reggae-influenced groove and being worked by Republic Records, it is a good bet that this will be his year.
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