Ultimate Roundup: Red Hot Chili Peppers Getaway with 11th LP

Calvin Harris Came for Song of the Summer, Mumford & Sons South African Vibes, YG Reps Hard, Radiohead Gets Physical, Kaleo Graduates, Broods’ Conscious Emergence

Ultimate 100 Artists

Drake extends his latest run at #1 to 7 weeks

Justin Timberlake holds #2

Beyoncé remains at #3

With the release of their Suicide Squad track, Heathens, twenty one pilots get themselves back into the Top 5 at #4

Red Hot Chili Peppers just dropped their Danger Mouse-produced 11th studio LP, The Getaway, and vault #88-5

Hamilton – Original Broadway Cast plays out its Tony Awards boost with a very solid #22-7 move almost purely driven by sales

Calvin Harris has brought yet another pop gem to the masses, earning a return to the Top 10 with a #19-9 move

Mumford & Sons do a bit of a 21st century Graceland with their Johannesburg EP propelling a re-entry at #32

West Coast gangster rap is just fine, thank you very much: YG drops his sophomore Still Brazy and hits the Top 100 at #36

Keith Urban continues to connect with fans through his songs and his personal openness via the press, he’s up 23 to #45

Radiohead’s current business model is delivering: the physical release and widening of the stream of A Moon Shaped Pool sees them to #51

A continued Zootopia bump, success of her latest collab with Carlos Vives, and general goodness make Shakira a Big Mover up 36 to #54

Chapter 1 EP, Ain’t No Stopping Us Now single, and a really huge Batman chest tat: Kane Brown is back in the Top 100 at #65 and shoots up 30 spots to #4 on Ultimate Country Artists

Charlie Puth now has 3 in the Ultimate 100 Songs, getting himself to #66 on the Artists side

Flume keeps gaining ground, is up #95-73 on the main chart while holding #3 on Ultimate EDM Artists

West Coast Countryman Jon Pardi releases California Sunrise and announces the Me and My Kind tour with Kip Moore, Debuts # 76

Logic is back in the top tier at #86

Icelandic alternative rock outfit Kaleo becomes our 8th Emerging Artist Chart graduate of the year as they Debut #98 following the release of A/B

Ultimate 100 Songs

Justin Timberlake Can’t Stop the Feeling! remains #1

Drake One Dance (ft. Wizkid & Kyla) holds at #2

Calvin Harris’ nearly instant summer jam This Is What You Came For (ft. Rihanna) goes Top 5 at #3

Florida Georgia Line H.O.L.Y. is #4

Desiigner Panda fights for #5

Sia Cheap Thrills is in the Top 10 now, at #9

Heathens, the new twenty one pilots single from the Suicide Squad soundtrack, Debuts #15

Can’t stop won’t stop don’t stop: Kanye West drops the big crew cut Champions (Round and Round) (ft. Guccie Mane, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Travi$ Scott, Yo Gotti, Quavo & Desiigner) from the upcoming Cruel Winter comp from G.O.O.D. Music to a #22 Debut

Kane Brown’s new single, Ain’t No Stopping Us Now, makes a nice #27 Debut

Try Everything, Shakira’s single from the hit animated movie Zootopia, is up 41 spots to #29

Flume’s Never Be Like You (ft. Kai) is up 32 to #32

Rapper Logic Debuts Flexicution at #61

THat Part (ft. Kanye West) from Schoolboy Q Debuts #86

Charlie Puth We Don’t Talk Anymore (ft. Selena Gomez) Debuts #88

Christina Aguilera’s Who Is Fancy co-written tribute to Orlando massacre victims, Change, Debuts #94

#5 Emerging Artist D.R.A.M. (“Does Real Ass Music”) sees his new track, Broccoli (ft. Lil Yachty), Debut #99

Emerging Artist

New Zealand brother-sister outfit Broods first hit the U.S. in earnest in 2014 with the release of their single, Bridges, the Broods EP, and debut album Evergreen. Their current single, Free, the lead off their sophomore album, Conscious, is doing well at Alternative radio where it has been charting in the 20s and gathering around 500 spins a week, with many new adds on the board this week.

The pop-leaning alternative-electronic duo toured the U.S. extensively in 2015, including key festival slots like Lollapalooza and Outside Lands, and are currently wrapping up the first half of a North American swing. They head back Down Under for winter dates (yeah, that’s how that works) in July before returning to summer for the second half of their NA run. Conscious becomes available on June 24th, let’s see if the band remains “emerging” or takes it to the next level with that boost.


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