Ultimate Roundup: blink-182 Reborn

Bryson Tiller’s BET Awards Bump, Ramin Djawadi GOT Debut, Maxwell Follows Up, Fergie Returns, Kiiara Debut Gold, The Last Bandoleros Coming On Strong

Ultimate 100 Artists

Drake has now been #1 for 9 weeks in a row

Justin Timberlake holds #2 for a fourth week in a row

Beyoncé is #3

twenty one pilots are #4

Rihanna moves back into the Top 5 at #5

Florida Georgia Line move #10-6

The modified blink-182 trio jumps back into the Top 100 at #7 on the release of their new album, California

DJ Khaled drops another new cut, makes soy milk shakes, bounces back up to #13

Meteorically risen rapper Desiigner is up to #20 on the release of his first mixtape, New English

Bryson Tiller’s BET Awards bump continues (he performed and won Best Male R&B/Pop Artist and Best New Artist), he is +23 to #24

Composer Ramin Djawadi Debuts #33 as fans fall for his Game of Thrones scores, most specifically coming out of the season finale

R&B singer Maxwell releases the follow-up album, blackSUMMERS’night, grabbing #38 this week

Fergie makes a big return at #44 with the release of M.I.L.F. $

Snoop Dogg drops Coolaid, his 13th studio album, comes in at #80

Rachel Platten releases a new acoustic version of Fight Song to benefit the National Compassion Fund, working to support the needs of people impacted by the Orlando nightclub massacre, indicates she’s already working on a new album, is #83

Ultimate 100 Songs

Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop the Feeling! remains #1 and the leading Song of the Summer contender

Florida Georgia Line brings H.O.L.Y. up #5-2

Drake One Dance (ft. Wizkid & Kyla) is #3

The Chainsmokers Don’t Let Me Down (ft. Daya) is #4

Cheap Thrills from Sia enters the Top 5 at #5

DJ Khaled I Got the Keys (ft. Jay Z & Future) Debuts up at #8

Pop powerhouse Fergie returns with M.I.L.F. $ Debuting #18

X Ambassadors Unsteady is a Big Mover +33 to #37 as exposure from the film Me Before You continues to propel it forward

Bryson Tiller’s success at this year’s BET Awards drives his track Don’t up #90-39 and Exchange from #73 to #41

Former Emerging Artist Daya works the press rounds big, including a Today Show performance, sees Sit Still, Look Pretty move #69-44 radio and streaming respond

The lead track from the upcoming Star Trek Beyond soundtrack is Rihanna’s Sledgehammer, which Debuts #49

Fifth Harmony’s latest single, All in My Head (Flex) (ft. Fetty Wap), is a Big Mover to #55 in its second week on the chart

Attention whipped up by the video for Kanye West’s Famous brings the track back into the chart at #56

#2 Emerging Artist D.R.A.M.’s Broccoli (ft. Lil Yachty) is up 12 to #62

Usher’s new jam, No Limit (ft. Young Thug), Debuts #72

Darius Rucker releases If I Told You for a #88 Debut on the main chart and #13 on Ultimate Country Songs

Current Emerging Artist of the Month, Kiiara, has her debut single, Gold, Debut #95 on Ultimate 100 Songs

Emerging Artist

San Antonio Tex-Mex-Country-Rockers The Last Bandoleros Debut #34 this week as their debut single, Where Do You Go?, really starts to make its way out into the world. Over 60 Country radio stations have added the song to their playlist and it is on track to debut on the Country radio chart in the coming weeks. CMT, Rolling Stone, and Taste of Country have all singled out the Cherrytree-repped Warner Music Nashville act.

The band ran through this year’s South by Southwest music festival then played some club dates and festivals through the spring, including slots with Los Lonely Boys and having the one-and-only Sting join them on stage in NYC. A few festivals are on their docket but we should surely be seeing big tour plans coming to fruition soon.

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