Ultimate Roundup: KENDRICK.

Top 10 Styles, Did John Mayer Just Find Everything?, Major Issues, Gaga’s Coachella Cure, 4 HBO Eyez Only, Chris Stapleton Delivers

Ultimate 100 Artists

DAMN. is huge, Kendrick Lamar takes over #1

Bruno Mars holds #2 again this week

Ed Sheeran is #3

Memories…Do Not Open keeps The Chainsmokers white-hot, they move #6-4

Drake is #5

Harry Styles makes his first-ever solo Top 10 appearance at #10 after Debuting at #12 last week; his Saturday Night Live musical guest spot this weekend should pay dividends with this week’s activity

Pentatonix climb further, to #12

twenty one pilots are back up to #13, with the very cool Tour de Columbus slated to close out their insane last two years and the Blurryface touring cycle

The Search for Everything arrives in full, making John Mayer this week’s top Big Mover, +57 to #15

Emerging Artists chart graduate Julia Michaels surges #41-19 as Issues soars at radio with downloads and streaming following well

Lady Gaga rocked Coachella’s first weekend, including debuting a new song live, moves #38-24 and will be strong going through weekend #2 into the 4/27 charts

Going #46-34 is J.  Cole as his new 4 Your Eyez Only documentary hit HBO

Chris Stapleton releases high-anticipated new material, goes #51-37 here and into the Top 5 on Ultimate Country Artists

Meghan Trainor is a +29 Big Mover into the #51 spot

Flo Rida lifts #96-58 his new cut with 99 Percent, Cake, starts to go

Childish Gambino climbs to #65 (+23)

Luis Fonsi climbs to #73 while holding #1 on Ultimate Latin Artists

Everybody is on the horizon and the new video for Black SpiderMan is getting props, bringing Logic in with a #76 re-entry

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, an Emerging Artists chart graduate, re-enters at #79 as his new collab with Kodak Black, a fellow grad, Debuts on Ultimate 100 Songs

Ultimate 100 Songs

Bruno MarsThat’s What I Like retakes #1

The Chainsmokers & Coldplay Something Just Like This moves #6-2

HUMBLE. from Kendrick Lamar is at #3 and the release of DAMN. brings four other tracks in for Debuts: DNA. (#28), LOYALTY. (#66), ELEMENT. (#73), and LOVE. (ft. Zacari) (#74)

Harry StylesSign of the Times holds #4

Ed Sheeran Shape of You is #5

Stay, the Zedd & Alessia Cara collab, is very warm, going #13-7, and a brand-new video should keep things on the up

Issues by Emerging Artists chart graduate Julia Michaels goes Top 10 at #8!

Maroon 5 Cold (ft. Future) is a Big Mover to #22

Lady Gaga debuted The Cure at Coachella this past weekend and it Debuts #31 with a short window of activity

Flo Rida & 99 Pecent’s Cake is out of the oven and into the chart for a #44 Debut

Unforgettable (ft. Swae Lee), French Montana’s latest, Debuts #50

Childish Gambino Redbone is the week’s top Big Mover, going +21 to #58

A sync placement in Netflix’s new show, 13 Reasons Why, gives Lord Huron’s The Night We Met a Debut at #71

Good things happen when two Emerging Artists chart graduates collaborate: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Drowning (Water) (ft. Kodak Black) Debuts #76

Chris Stapleton strongly follows up his recent success with the new Broken Halos making a #79 Debut overall while dropping in at #11 on Ultimate Country Songs

Beyoncé’s ode to Jay Z, Die with You, Debuts #83

Brotherly pop trio AJR (Adam, Jack, and Ryan Met) have their song, Weak, gather a Debut at #89

Emerging Artists

Another one SO CLOSE: Tee Grizzley holds on to #1 as he hit #106 on Ultimate 100 Artists, just shy of graduating; First Day Out, moves #92-90 on Ultimate 100 Songs

A new EP release boosts November 2016 Emerging Artist of the Month, Bishop Briggs, #16-5

Missio keeps climbing and enters the Top 10 with a #14-8 move; Alternative radio is feeling Middle Fingers and the SiriusXM Alt Nation Advanced Placement Tour is on now

SahBabii re-enters at #9

Singer/songwriter Bailey Bryan tripped our sensors just after New Year’s and now she Debuts #16 on the release of her debut EP, So Far

The Japanese House has spent quite a bit of time appearing in our sights over the last two-plus years, now Amber Bain’s project Debuts #19

Mura Masa re-enters at #23

Ocean Park Standoff is +6 to #30

21-year-old one-woman band Tash Sultana made quite a splash in her home country of Australia last year and is bringing her music to the States, Debuting at #31 this week

Julia Brennan signed with Columbia Records at the end of last year, now her single, Inner Demons, is building some activity and she Debuts #40

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