Ultimate Roundup: Grammy Sure is Active

Maroon 5 Ices It, Dress for Success with Joy Villa, Future Future, Prince Streams Flow Again, Prisoner Breaks for Ryan Adams, Linkin Park Lifts with Legs

Ultimate 100 Artists

Ed Sheeran re-takes #1 after Lady Gaga’s post-Superbowl surge

Bruno Mars has really heated up, his Grammy performances were on point, he goes #7-2

The Weeknd keeps the videos and news coming, moves #6-3

With a full week of activity following the Grammys, Beyoncé rises #14-4

Migos hold on to #5 again this week

Lady Gaga doesn’t go far, grabs #6

Adele cleaned up the awards at the Grammys but her #15-7 move doesn’t quite match Queen B’s

Katy Perry’s latest push behind her new single is paying off, she is up #16-10 and with a new video out could rise further next week

Maroon 5’s collab with Future (and awesome video) brings them up nicely from #34 to #15

Independent artist Joy Villa comes out of left field for a #17 Debut after she grabbed plenty of attention, and support in the form of sales, from fans of her “Make America Great Again” dress at the Grammys

Keith Urban is looking strong after his Grammy duet with Carrie Underwood, jumps #39-19 here and inches into #2 on Ultimate Country Artists

Future quickly dropped his new self-titled album, moves #41-20, should rise a bit more next week, and announces another album, HNDRXX, is coming

With his music back on streaming services, Prince returns to the Top 100 all the way up at #22

Ryan Adams releases Prisoner, his 16th album in nearly as many years, comes in at #28; live dates are on the horizon

The Grammys were good to Maren Morris, winner of Best Country Solo Performance for My Church, and she re-enters at #30 here and jumps into the Top 5 on Ultimate Country Artists

Kygo & Selena Gomez are the latest powerhouse collab, they Debut #32

Former Emerging Artist Sturgill Simpson took home the Best Country Album Grammy for A Sailor’s Guide to Earth and he re-enters at #39

This Bangtan Boys (aka BTS) thing is not a flash in the American pan, they tie for top Big Mover this week, +49 to 41, behind the track Spring Day

Danish newcomers Lukas Graham didn’t win any Grammys but their 3 nominations gave them a jolt of exposure, sending them back up the chart #92-43

South Florida rapper Kodak Black keeps the tracks coming and makes an impressive +33 gain to #44

Linkin Park has new music (featuring June 2016 Emerging Artist of the Month, and Emerging Artist chart graduate, Kiiara), move #89-48

Re-entering at #49 is DJ Khaled, who has a new album, Grateful, coming up and the lead single is no joke: Shining (ft. Beyoncé & Jay Z)

Romeo SantosHéroe Favorito is taking off with a great video, he moves #81-55 here and goes Top 5 on Ultimate Latin Artists

Chance the Rapper won 3 big Grammys: Best New Artist, Best Rap Album, and Best Rap Performance all around the album Coloring Book, which is 100% streaming-only…an important first

A nomination for Best New Artist was enough to drive Kelsea Ballerini back into the Top 100 at #75

The release of the All Your Fault, Pt. 1 EP gives a very active Bebe Rexha her Debut at #77; she can be caught live at a few dates in March

Jessie James Decker’s Gold EP, which features songs written by Maren Morris, leads to her #78 Debut

Lana Del Rey is back with her new track, Love, and quickly re-enters at #88

Alison KraussWindy City is her first solo album since 1999 and helps her slip in at #92

Ultimate 100 Songs

Ed Sheeran’s Shape of You moves back into #1 after Lady Gaga’s chart takeover last week, the third new single from the upcoming ÷ album, How Would You Feel (Paean), Debuts #11, and even older songs are bursting at the seams with activity right now, Thinking Out Loud is +20 to #61

I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker) from super-duo Zayn & Taylor Swift moves up 1 to #2

Bruno Mars That’s What I Like is a Big Mover for a third week in a row, this time +25 to #3 while 24k Magic at #8 gives him 2 in the Top 10

Katy Perry’s new single, Chained to the Rhythm (ft. Skip Marley) enters the Top 5 at #4 after Debuting at #12 last week

Migos Bad and Boujee (ft. Lil Uzi Vert) takes #5

Million Reasons by Lady Gaga remains strong at #6

Kygo & Selena Gomez It Ain’t Me Debuts very well at #9

A Grammy performance helps The Weeknd I Feel It Coming (ft. Daft Punk) climb #22-10

Maroon 5 Cold (ft. Future), with the aforementioned awesome video, Debuts #15

Keith Urban’s Grammys duet of The Fighter with Carrie Underwood brings the song back in at #18 here and up to #2 on Ultimate Country Songs

Lukas Graham’s Grammy-nominated 7 Years goes #70-30

Rae Sremmurd Swang is the top Big Mover this week, +59 to #32

Shining (ft. Beyoncé & Jay Z) from DJ Khaled Debuts #35

Adele’s Grammy cleanup sends Hello up to #41 and Send My Love (To Your New Lover) to #78

Grammy-winning My Church by Maren Morris re-enters at #47 here and jumps +21 to #5 on Ultimate Country Songs

Kodak Black Debuts a new track for the 2nd week in a row, this time it is Tunnel Vision at #53

Ayo & Teo Rolex knows what time it is, goes #80-57 in its 2nd week on the chart

We repeat: Linkin Park has new music! Heavy (featuring June 2016 Emerging Artist of the Month, and Emerging Artist chart graduate, Kiiara) Debuts #70

Dustin Lynch Debuts Small Town Boy at #76 on the main chart at at #8 on Ultimate Country Songs

Usually a song goes Top 100 before the artist, but in the case of Bangtan Boys (aka BTS) it is the other way around this week as Spring Day Debuts #82

Grammy love sends Kelsea Ballerini’s Peter Pan flying to #83 here and #10 on Ultimate Country Songs

Controversial rapper XXXtentacion sees his track, Look at Me!, Debut #84 after over a year of bubbling up

Kanye West’s Heartless was a hit on Valentine’s Day, rises to #85

Chris Young Sober Saturday Night (ft. Vince Gill) Debuts #89

#8 Emerging Artist Luke CombsHurricane re-enters the Top 100 at #94

Emerging Artists

So close! Julia Michaels remains #1 and clocked in at #101 on the main chart, 1 spot away from graduating! Issues is +28 to #34 in its 3rd week on Ultimate 100 Songs so chances are she’ll graduate next week on the 3/2 chart

Rag’N’Bone Man enters the Top 5 after moving #6-4; Human is now up to #141 on Ultimate 100 Songs

Maggie Rogers made her television debut, performing Alaska on The Tonight Show last Wednesday (2/15), and gets a #21-11 boost from the exposure with streaming, sales and social all up (10,596 New Fans, +202% against the previous week)

Atlanta rapper SahBabii Debuts #17; his song, Pull Up wit a Stick (ft. Loso Loaded) is getting attention and there is rumor that Drake might do a remix

Chicago rapper Montana of 300 Debuts at #20


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