Ultimate Roundup: Déjà Future

Behold The Coldsmokers , Love, Lana Del Rey, Little Big Town Pumps The Breaker, Aaron Watson Drives Home a Debut, Julia Michaels Graduates Magna Cum Issues, Prince Royce Has Five On It

Ultimate 100 Artists

Ed Sheeran remains #1

Bruno Mars maintains a nice temperature at #2

With not one but two new albums in two weeks (Future and HNDRXX) Future smashes his way up from #20-3

The Weeknd takes #4

Migos are #5 for the third week in a row

The Chainsmokers & Coldplay take the whole EDM+Pop collaboration thing to a new level and Debut #8

Sam Hunt is once again ruling Country, muscles back into the Top 10 #21-9 here and holds #1 on Ultimate Country Artists a fourth consecutive week

Lana Del Rey’s return with new music is being very well received, she is this week’s top Big Mover #88-21

The Search for Everything: Wave Two EP from John Mayer gives him a #22 re-entry; tour dates kick off at the end of the month

Little Big Town has released The Breaker, their 8th LP, and moves #59-23

Clean Bandit climbs #54-40

The latest drop from Calvin Harris brings him in at #44

As noted last week, Alison Krauss’ first solo album since 1999, Windy City, helped slip her into the Top 100…well now it helps her become this week’s #2 Big Mover, +43 to #49

Gucci Mane makes a nice #69-51 move

Independent Texan Aaron Watson does it again with his latest album, Vaquero, doing quite well and earning his Debut at #53; there are a few chances on the calendar to catch him live

Going #77-58, Bebe Rexha stays warm on her new EP release

Julia Michaels becomes our 4th Emerging Artist chart graduate of the year with a #70 Debut!

Who’s this moving #91-73 and getting reacquainted with the chart? Why, it’s Meghan Trainor! Hi, Megan.

Virginian Trey Songz is back, at #80 this week, with his first album in three years, Tremaine, slated for a 3/24 release

Prince Royce’s aptly-titled fifth album, Five, and a hot single with Shakira create his first Top 100 appearance since Double Vision came out in summer 2015; large headline tour this summer

Subeme La Radio (ft. Descemer Bueno & Zion y Lennox) Debuts #4 on Ultimate Latin Songs boosts Enrique Iglesias to #91 here and +18 to #5 Ultimate Latin Artists

Jidenna’s first album has finally arrived, he gets in at #94

Expect to see Jason Derulo quickly rise from this week’s #95 on the back of his brand-new jam, Swalla (ft. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign)

Small Town Boy makes big time activity for #99 Dustin Lynch

Ultimate 100 Songs

Ed Sheeran’s Shape of You continues at #1 and got The Tonight Show classroom instruments treatment with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots

Bruno Mars That’s What I Like makes it to #2 in just 4 weeks and 24k Magic at #10 gives him 2 in the Top 10 again this week

The Chainsmokers & Coldplay surprised fans with Something Just Like This at the BRIT Awards and things went quickly from there for a major #3 Debut

Body Like a Back Road from Sam Hunt is up #7-4 while remaining at #1 Ultimate Country Songs since its Debut 4 weeks ago

I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker) from super-duo Zayn & Taylor Swift remains in the Top 5 at #5

Lana Del Rey’s Love Debuts up at #11

Kodak Black’s Tunnel Vision is performing impressively on strong streaming around its strongly-messaged video, is the week’s top Big Mover, +41 to #12 in only two weeks

Emerging Artist chart graduates Marian Hill’s Down regains some footing, #21-14) as airplay builds following the huge Apple commercial placement breakout

I Got You by Bebe Rexha goes #60-38

Stay from Zedd & Alessia Cara Debuts #39 here and #6 on Ultimate EDM Songs

Calvin Harris picked two great partners for his non-EDM jam, Slide (ft. Frank Ocean & Migos), which gets a #42 Debut

Linkin Park Heavy (featuring June 2016 Emerging Artist of the Month, and Emerging Artist chart graduate, Kiiara) is up to #45 after Debuting #70 last week

With back-to-back new Future albums it is raining singles with FOUR Debuts:

A new video sees Florida Georgia Line God, Your Mama, and Me (ft. Backstreet Boys) back into the Top 100 at #62 and up a whopping 32 spots on Ultimate Country Songs

Just over a year ago a Honda commercial placement brought Australian duo Empire of the Sun’s 2008 song Walking On a Dream back in a huge way, now a viral video meme has brought Australian duo Bag Raiders’ 2009 song, Shooting Stars, back into the mix for a #79 Debut

Sabrina Carpenter looks to be the latest Disney star to leave the nest, modeling at New York Fashion Week and releasing a growed-up video for Thumbs, which nabs a #98 Debut

Bryan Tyree Henry’s This Is Us performance of We Can Always Come Back to This strikes a chord with viewers, who follow-up and drive it to a Debut in the #100 closing slot

Emerging Artists

Mark it on the big board! Julia Michaels becomes our 4th Emerging Artists chart graduate of the year with her #70 Debut on Ultimate 100 Artists! Her song, Issues, is now up to #34 on Ultimate 100 Songs as streaming builds behind radio airplay

DJ Suede the Remix God is our new #1 with Cash Me Outside How Bout Dah (#CashMeOutside) up to #54 Ultimate 100 Songs on big-time YouTube viral activity

Russ is very close behind at #2 as his second big single, Losin Control, is creeping up on Ultimate 100 Songs at #117 this week

Luke Combs makes a nice #8-3 move here and is #20 on Ultimate Country Artists while Hurricane is #84 on Ultimate 100 Songs and enters the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Songs

Maggie Rogers is still feeling the effect of her debut EP release and The Tonight Show performance, entering the Top 10 at #9

The release of their debut album, Landmark, spikes St. Paul’s Hippo Campus to a #11 Debut

New wave R&B duo THEY. Debut #20 due to the release of their debut album, Nü Religion: Hyena

Jess Glynne returns to the chart at #25

Ocean Park Standoff slips in for a #40 Debut

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