Ultimate Roundup: Thomas Rhett Doesn’t Let Up

Kodak Black Goes Top 10, Mastodon Release Lucky #7, MercyMe are Lifers, Xxxtentacion Debuts, Elton John Turns 70 Years Young, Logic Brings Something for Everybody

Ultimate 100 Artists

Ed Sheeran retakes #1 after only one week out of the top spot

Bruno Mars muscles into #2

Drake comes in at #3

Kendrick Lamar moves #10-4 as he now has two new singles out and the video for is an attention-getter

Future claims #5

Emerging Artists chart graduate Kodak Black rides his current surge right into the Top 10 with a #17-8 jump

Katy Perry climbs #16-10

Lil Uzi Vert has a good-looking #45-27 rise; there are a few opportunities coming up to catch him live

Thomas Rhett claimed two ACM Awards on Sunday night and his new song, Craving you (ft. Maren Morris), has hit the ground running, bringing him in with a #31 re-entry here while he jumps into the Top 5 on Ultimate Country Artists

Mastodon comes in at #34 with the release of their 7th album, Emperor of Sand, after setting off their first live performance in over six months at SxSw a few weeks back

Eric Church barely misses Big Mover status with his +19 to #49

Texas contemporary Christian band MercyMe releases Lifer for a claim on #50; the Lifer tour kicks off in Tucson on April 23rd

Rapper Xxxtentacion makes his Debut at #56 as Look at Me! continues to rise

ACM Awards co-host Dierks Bentley re-enters at #78 while moving up to #14 on Ultimate Country Artists

Recently turning 70 years young is enough to bring Elton John into the #85 slot this week; The Million Dollar Piano 8-show run at The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas begins on April 25th

Logic released the new single, Everybody, while announcing a new LP of the same name that will street on May 5th; the #86 re-entry is his first Top 100 appearance since September

Ultimate 100 Songs

Bruno MarsThat’s What I Like jumps into the #1 spot while all the other hits weren’t looking…

…ending Ed Sheeran’s six-week run for Shape of You, which is now #2

HUMBLE. from Kendrick Lamar, with a solid video, Debuts big at #3

The Chainsmokers & Coldplay Something Just Like This is at #4

Sam Hunt Body Like a Back Road is #5 here and #1 on Ultimate Country Songs for the 9th straight week (and it Debuted at #1!)

Airplay and downloads lead the way into the Top 10, #18-7, for Katy Perry’s Chained to the Rhythm (ft. Skip Marley)

Say You Won’t Let Go from James Arthur returns to the Top 10 at #8, its highest chart position yet

KYLE iSpy (ft. Lil Yachty) finally cracks the Top 10 after moving up #13-9

Thomas Rhett Craving You (ft. Maren Morris) is off to a great start, including a terrific ACM Awards performance, earning a #17 Debut here and #2 on Ultimate Country Songs

Because The Chainsmokers just can’t stop, they Debut yet another new song, The One, which bows at #21

A huge +40 Big Mover stomp brings Lil Uzi Vert XO TOUR Llif3 all the way up to #23

Fans are clearly happy to have Linkin Park back with new material…Heavy (ft. Kiiara) climbs #58-34

After Debuting at #72 last week, Jason Derulo Swalla (ft. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign) goes up to #51

Light My Body Up (ft. Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne) from David Guetta Debuts #82 here and holds #9 on Ultimate EDM Songs after Debuting there last week

MercyMe’s Even If Debuts #93 around the aforementioned album release

#2 Emerging Artist Calum Scott has his version of Dancing On My Own re-enter at #98 after a strong performance by Jack Cassidy on The Voice

Emerging Artists

Rag’N’Bone Man holds #1 again this week but now it is looking like he’ll need a little more time to graduate; if Top 40 radio plays ramp up that should lead to gains in other areas

Jack Cassidy’s The Voice performance version of Dancing On My Own leads to a#98 Ultimate 100 Songs re-entry for Calum Scott’s version, and he jumps #11-2 on Emerging Artists

LA EDM trio Cheat Codes Debuts up at #5 on the release of their huge collab, No Promises (ft. Demi Lovato), which Debuts at #11 on Ultimate EDM Songs while they hit Ultimate EDM Artists at #11 as well (11:11, make a wish); you might recall their stint on the EDM charts for Sex with Kris Kross Amsterdam last year

Nebu Kiniza flirts with the Top 10 after moving #14-11

The steady climb continues for Missio, who go #22-16

Ocean Park Standoff re-enters at #32

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