Ultimate Roundup: Mileybu

Luis Fonsi Hits the Top, Zac Brown Band Leaves the Light On, Katy Perry Says Bon Appétit to American Idol, Spring Bloom for Machine Gun Kelly, Laughter is the Best Medicine for Paramore, Seether Picks Their Poison

Ultimate 100 Artists

Luis Fonsis HUGE Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber-infused explosion with mainstream American audiences brings him into the #1 spot this week, a major milestone; he also spends a FIFTEENTH consecutive week atop Ultimate Latin Artists

Kendrick Lamar’s 4-week run at #1 ends as he comes in #2; the tour has now been extended all the way through August

A second week of strong activity around From a Room: Volume 1 lifts Chris Stapleton #6-3 here as he retains #1 on Ultimate Country Artists

Bruno Mars takes #4

Ed Sheeran holds #5

The release of his self-titled solo debut album carries Harry Styles #21-6 and he is likely to enter the Top 5 next week

Miley Cyrus returns, flipping the script on her endeavors of recent years, surging to a #8 re-entry

Post Malone enjoys a #20-13 jump

Welcome Home, Zac Brown Band’s seventh LP, is doing well and getting a slew of coverage, making them this week’s top Big Mover, +66 to #20 here and up to #3 on Ultimate Country Artists

As activity ahead of her new album release builds, and it was just announced that she is the first judge to sign on for 2018’s American Idol reboot, Katy Perry comes in at #21

Machine Gun Kelly drops Bloom, goes #66-24; he hits the road on Linkin Park’s One More Light World Tour in July

…speaking of which, Linkin Park climbs #41-27

Zac Farro has rejoined Hayley Williams and Taylor York for their new release, After Laughter, sending Paramore up #87-33

After graduating the Emerging Artists chart with his #96 Debut last week, Rag’N’Bone Man is a Big Mover, +28 to #68

South African rock vets Seether have released Poison the Parish to gain a #70 re-entry this week

Meghan Trainor enjoys a nice +22 spike to #73

The Chain is heavily featured in the new Guardians of the Galaxy movie and trailer, spurring the legendary Fleetwood Mac into the Top 100 at #79

It seems that there is always something cool happening around #83 Pink Floyd; currently it is the opening of an amazing-looking exhibit at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum with a bonus of special edition Sennheiser headphones

PSY returns with not one, but two new videos like only he can do, bringing him up to #89

Ultimate 100 Songs

Luis Fonsi Despacito (Remix ft. Daddy Yankee & Justin Bieber) retakes #1 while holding the top spot on Ultimate Latin Songs

DJ Khaled I’m the One (ft. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper & Lil Wayne) is #2

The new one from Miley Cyrus, Malibu, Debuts big at #3

Bruno MarsThat’s What I Like is #4

HUMBLE. from Kendrick Lamar is #5

Harry StylesSign of the Times pushes up #20-6 around his album release

Charlie Puth Attention rises in all categories, making it the week’s top Big Mover, +31 to #36

Imagine Dragons keep the singles coming, with Whatever It Takes Debuting #43 this time around

Broken Halos by Chris Stapleton is up #77-52 on the main chart and enters the Top 5 on Ultimate Country Songs while Either Way Debuts #62 here and goes Top 10 on the Country side

The official video release brings Katy Perry’s Bon Appétit (ft. Migos) back for a #53 re-entry

Migos must LOVE making videos…Slippery (ft. Gucci Mane) is the latest, creating a #72 Debut here

Halsey’s Eyes Closed (which The Weeknd was one of the writers of) Debuts #85

We have one The Voice performance Debut this week, at #86 Hunter Plake takes on Steve Winwood with Higher Love (The Voice Performance)

Losing Sleep by Chris Young inches in for a #99 Debut here while entering Ultimate Country Songs at #13

Emerging Artists

Tee Grizzley holds #1 for the 6th consecutive week and he keeps creeping up on an Ultimate 100 Artists debut as First Day Out moves #83-69 on Ultimate 100 Songs

Cheat Codes enter the Top 5 after moving #7-3, No Promises (ft. Demi Lovato) is+9 to #15 on Ultimate EDM Songs, and they are set for a performance on The Tonight Show this Monday, May 22nd

Momentum continues to build for GoldLink, who enters the Top 10, going #15-7

The steady rise for Ocean Park Standoff takes them #22-17 this week, led by Hot AC radio airplay of Good News; their support slot on Third Eye Blind’s Summer Gods Tour kicks off early next month

Hippo Campus rebounds #26-20; fans in Columbus, Ohio can catch them at the Newport Music Hall this Saturday night (5/20)

Through Fire re-enters at #32; Breathe is #13 at Active Rock radio and they’ve got live dates with All That Remains and Seether in the next few weeks

A #40 Debut is made by Nashville rock trio Goodbye June


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