Ultimate Roundup: A Final Say for The Voice

Bryson Tiller Keeps It Real…and Early, Shakira’s Golden 11th LP, 50 Years of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper, Gucci Mane Caps Comeback Year, Lil Yachty Gets Emotional, Believe It: Snoop Dogg Neva Left

Ultimate 100 Artists

It is Luis Fonsi at #1 for a 3rd consecutive week and there seems to be no end in sight for his now 17-week stretch leading Ultimate Latin Artists

Kendrick Lamar is #2 yet again

Bruno Mars edges up #5-3

Chris Stapleton is everywhere and his The Voice finale performance, as well as finalist Jesse Larson’s cover of Woman, helps him up #8-4

Ed Sheeran is back in the Top 5 at #5

Imagine Dragons are flying high with a #13-6 surge into the Top 10

Though she was runner-up in the recent season of The Voice, Lauren Duski comes in on top here with a very strong #24-7 run after Debuting last week

Bryson Tiller released his sophomore album, True to Self, a month early this past Friday (5/26), bringing him back in at #14; live dates lined up for August and September

With support rallying following the tragedy in Manchester, Ariana Grande is up a huge 62 spots to #16

Emerging Artists chart graduate Julia Michaels jumps back up, #44-30

Shakira’s El Dorado is out in the world and she is up #54-26 and holds #3 on Ultimate Latin Artists

The Voice winner Chris Blue moves #61-27 after his Debut last week

The Beatles grace the chart at #32 on the 50 anniversary edition releases (you gotta see some of these packages) of Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, which dropped exactly 50 years to the day…pretty cool

Other people just talking about her maybe being talked about sends Taylor Swift up #62-44

Speaking of anniversaries: #47 Gucci Mane released DroptopWop exactly one year to the day of his 2016 release from prison, capping a prolific and successful 12 month return

Rascal Flatts continue to ride high on the release of Back to Us, climbing #64-51 here taking #6 on Ultimate Country Artists

Another week, another legend has passed: Gregg Allman left us on Saturday (5/27) and just a couple days of activity bring The Allman Brothers Band in at #73

Lil Yachty’s debut studio album, Teenage Emotions, is finally here and after a very close brush last fall, he finally Debuts at #78

It seems like #90 U2 is always there when we need them: The Joshua Tree tour is in full swing and they had a big takeover of Kimmel just after the Manchester bombing

The release of the appropriately titled Neva Left makes it 15 solo albums in nearly 25 years for #97 Snoop Dogg

Faith Evans’ The King & I duet release spurs her late husband, The Notorious B.I.G., in to the Top 100 at #99

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

Believer from Imagine Dragons goes big over serious competition, #14-2

DJ Khaled I’m the One (ft. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper & Lil Wayne) comes in at #3

Just getting started? The Voice runner-up Lauren Duski has THREE songs in the Top 100: Déjà vu (The Voice Performance) Debuts BIG at #4, The Dance (The Voice Performance) Debuts #24, and Ghost In This House (The Voice Performance) is #79

Zedd & Alessia Cara performed Stay on The Voice finale, it goes #13-5

Issues from Emerging Artists chart graduate Julia Michaels re-enters the Top 10 at #9

Winner of the just-finished season of The Voice, Chris Blue, has Money On You (The Voice Performance) Debut #14

Katy Perry’s Swish Swish (ft. Nicki Minaj) is this week’s sole Big Mover, +25 to #35

The Don Henley-inspired Slow Hands by Niall Horan goes up #49-36 as the singer makes top-level publicity rounds

Childish Gambino’s Redbone continues a steady voyage of success, rises #51-37

Jesse Larson made the finals on The Voice and did Woman (The Voice Performance) which Debuts nicely at #51

Most Girls by Hailee Steinfeld Debuts #53

Chris Stapleton brought Either Way to the season finale of The Voice, generating activity that gives it a #54 re-entry

We’ve been watching Columbian star Maluma break into the U.S. mainstream, he’s charted as a feature on Shakira’s #88 Chantaje, but now his very own Felices los 4 Debuts #77 while holding #3 Ultimate Latin Songs

Another The Voice finalist, Aliyah Moulden, has her Never Be Lonely (The Voice Performance) Debut #91

An official video brings Lana Del Rey Lust for Life (ft. The Weeknd) back in at #94

Camila Cabello quickly releases her second solo song, I Have Questions, which grabs a #98 Debut; meanwhile, Crying in the Club is up to #66

Emerging Artists

Tee Grizzley takes an eighth week atop the chart at #1 as he continues to flirt with an Ultimate 100 Artists Debut

Cheat Codes step up #3-2 and hit #9 on Ultimate EDM Artists while No Promises (ft. Demi Lovato) holds at #8 on Ultimate EDM Songs

MISSIO holds nicely at #4 in the 2nd week following the release of their debut album, Loner

March Emerging Artist of the Month, Maggie Rogers, once again surges up the chart, this time back into the Top 5 with a #15-5 jump

The current Emerging Artist of the Month for May, LANCO, is back in the Top 10 at #8

Dutch DJ, San Holo, re-enters at #12 while sneaking back into Ultimate EDM Artists at #40

Ayo Jay re-enters at #15, his first appearance since 3/2

LANY is +10 to #18 on a 56% increase in New Fans & Followers over last week

Re-entering at #19 is Car Seat Headrest, who only spent 4 weeks away

Australian alternative/pop singer-songwriter, Amy Shark, Debuts #25 as her single, Adore, which did quite well Down Under last year, makes its way Stateside

October, 2016 Emerging Artist of the Month, Wrabel, re-enters at #30

Skylar Stecker, who won Radio Disney’s “Next Big Thing” award earlier this month, re-enters at #35; she first hit this chart in October of 2015 so don’t say we didn’t warn you!


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