Ultimate Roundup: Fell On Black Days

Linkin Park Lights the Way, Liam Payne Completes 1D Solo Cycle, Back to Rascal Flatts, blink-182 Give California Deluxe Treatment, Papa Roach Piques Orthodontists Everywhere, Closing Out The Voice

Ultimate 100 Artists

Luis Fonsi holds off all comers to retain the #1 spot for a 2nd week in a row while claiming a SIXTEENTH consecutive week atop Ultimate Latin Artists!

Kendrick Lamar remains #2

The sudden, incredibly tragic death of one of rock’s greatest voices, Chris Cornell, leads to a wave of activity as fans pay tribute, bringing Soundgarden in at #3, Audioslave at #17, Chris as a solo artist at #25, and Temple of the Dog at #70…a testament to his amazing career, cut way to short

With his self-titled solo debut album in full swing, Harry Styles moves into the Top 5 after going #6-4

Bruno Mars comes in for the #5 spot

One More Light has been released, sending Linkin Park up #27-11

Katy Perry keeps the singles coming and publicity at a very high level in the lead up to the June 9th release of Witness, helping her climb #21-14; Witness the Tour hits the road in September

Zac Brown Band continues to ride the release of Welcome Home, rising #20-15

Lauren Duski, who closed out The Voice as a runner-up on Wednesday, May 23rd, makes her #24 Debut from previous rounds’ activity

The release of Selena Gomez’s new song, Bad Liar, and accompanying “vertical video” that is currently only available via Spotify’s mobile app, grant her a #27 re-entry

The final One Direction-er to make his solo splash, Liam Payne, Debuts at #28; fans can catch him live at a couple of big radio shows next month

Zedd & Alessia Cara lift #47-33

Debuting at #61 is Chris Blue, winner of the latest season of The Voice

Columbus, Ohio veteran Country pop trio Rascal Flatts grab #64 here and go +23 to #7 on Ultimate Country Artists with the release of their tenth album, Back to Us

A new deluxe version of California gives blink-182 a return to the Top 100 at #68; Welcome to Blinkin Park shows at the end of July precede Lollapalooza the first weekend of August

Vacaville, California native sons Papa Roach have released their ninth album, Crooked Teeth, taking #81 this week

Lana Del Rey’s Lust for Life album streets this Friday (5/26) and the pre-release of the song Coachella – Woodstock In My Mind boosts her to #96 and she is sure to rise next week

Kane Brown sneaks back into the Top 100 at #100, and moves #24-12 on Ultimate Country Artists, as his collab with Lauren Alaina, What Ifs heats up

Ultimate 100 Songs

Luis Fonsi Despacito (Remix ft. Daddy Yankee & Justin Bieber) remains at #1 while continuing to claim the top spot on Ultimate Latin Songs

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

Malibu from Miley Cyrus hangs on to #3 after a big Debut there last week

Bruno MarsThat’s What I Like is #4

HUMBLE. from Kendrick Lamar is #5

Lauren Duski’s semi-finals Ghost In This House (The Voice Performance) Debuts very strong at #6

As noted above, Liam Payne closes out the solo debuts for members of One Direction with the release of Strip That Down (ft. Quavo) which Debuts #8

Bad Liar by Selena Gomez Debuts #19

Eventual The Voice winner, Chris Blue, sees his semi-finals Take Me to the King (The Voice Performance) Debut #23

As fans mourn the loss of Chris Cornell by diving into his music, some of the greatest songs he fronted have made their way into the Top 100 for Debuts:

Cold (ft. Future) from Maroon 5 jumps back up #58-42 following the recent release of a behind-the-scenes of the video and a remix set

Katy Perry Swish Swish (ft. Nicki Minaj) Debuts #60

Chris Blue & Vanessa Ferguson If I Ain’t Got You (The Voice Performance) Debuts #61

After a string of huge features and collaborations since parting ways with Fifth Harmony, Camila Cabello’s first solo cut, Crying in the Club, Debuts #79

The latest funk-tinged drop from Calvin Harris is Rollin (ft. Future & Khalid), which Debuts #84

Lee Brice Boy Debuts #91 here and in the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Songs

Aliyah Moulden I Can Only Imagine (The Voice Performance) Debuts #92

Kane Brown What Ifs (ft. Lauren Alaina) Debuts #96 while going +14 to #11 on Ultimate Country Songs

Emerging Artists

Make it 7 straight weeks at #1 for Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley

British singer Calum Scott gets a boost all the way to #2, surely aided by a Dancing with the Stars performance, inclusion in the new Dirty Dancing remake soundtrack (airs tonight 5/24), and attention to his relationship with Sam Smith

The release of MISSIO’s debut album, Loner, lifts the Austin alternative electronic rock duo into the Top 5, #14-4

Folk-tinged LA alternative trio, Magic Giant, make a strong Top 10 Debut at #9 as their song, Set On Fire, starts to get some traction at Alternative Radio and their social numbers grow

Rockers Ded surge +22 to #11 on a big Twitter Followers spike and more spins at Active Rock radio

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