Ultimate Roundup: Halsey’s Flourishing Kingdom

Believe It: Imagine Dragons Top 5, This One’s for Luke Combs, Not an Everyday Debut for Jake Paul, Down Is Up for Fifth Harmony, alt-J’s Music Relaxer, Tough Question from Roger Waters

Ultimate 100 Artists

Luis Fonsi is #1 for the 4th week in a row and claims a dominant 18th consecutive week atop Ultimate Latin Artists

Kendrick Lamar edges out the others for #2

Imagine Dragons’ surge continues as they move #6-3; the Evolve Tour rises in Phoenix on September 26th

Just behind is Bruno Mars at #4

Ed Sheeran remains #5

DJ Khaled re-enters the Top 10, going #11-6

Good sales of True to Self push Bryson Tiller up #14-7

The release of Halsey’s sophomore album, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom, sends her up +27 to #9; the corresponding tour, with PARTYNEXTDOOR and Charlie XCX, hits the U.S. in October

No surprise that The Beatles Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band 50th anniversary releases are continuing to be a hit, sending the Fab Four up #32-14

Emerging Artists chart graduate Luke Combs is this week’s top Big Mover, up a whopping 71 spots to #25, his highest ranking yet, with the release of his Debut album, This One’s for You

Continued growth of Slow Hands sends Niall Horan up 48 to #29

A full week of activity following the passing of rock legend Gregg Allman sends The Allman Brothers Band up #73-31

Viner, YouTuber, and Disney personality Jake Paul Debuts #42 following the release of It’s Everyday Bro (ft. Team 10)

Fifth Harmony has released their first song as a quartet, re-enter the Top 100 at #43

The Joshua Tree Tour continues to inspire and the anniversary edition sells well, sending U2 up #90-52

Eyes on #53 James Arthur as his next single, Can I Be Him, gets serviced to U.S. radio on the heels of the successful Say You Won’t Let Go

Thomas Rhett is making the rounds, including having his baby daughter steal his Today Show appearance, and re-enters at #67 here while moving back into the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Artists

Unforgettable is proving to be just that as French Montana makes a nice #87-68 jump

The 3rd studio album from alt-J, Relaxer, gives them a #76 re-entry for their first Top 100 appearance since October 2014, after This Is All Yours was released; you can catch them on a few summer dates, including Lollapalooza, before their North American tour kicks off in October

Major Lazer dropped the Know No Better EP to come in at #87

Run is the surprise new single from Foo Fighters, boosting the rock vets up to #88 this week

The 73-year-old iconic Pink Floyd co-founder, Roger Waters, has released his first solo album in 12 years, Is This the Life We Really Want?, to make his Top 100 Debut at #92

Ultimate 100 Songs

¿Canción del verano? Luis Fonsi Despacito (Remix ft. Daddy Yankee & Justin Bieber) remains at #1 here and on Ultimate Latin Songs

Believer from Imagine Dragons holds impressively at #2

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

That’s What I Like by Bruno Mars moves #6-4

Sam Hunt Body Like a Back Road is up #8-5 and keeps Ultimate Country Songs on lock at #1

Post Malone’s Congratulations (ft. Quavo) enters the Top 10 after going #17-9

Slow Hands from Niall Horan is +22 to #14

Jake Paul’s It’s Everyday Bro (ft. Team 10) Debuts at #17

The first Camila Cabello-less Fifth Harmony single is here, Down (ft. Gucci Mane) Debuts #22

Lady Gaga The Cure makes a nice #64-39 as radio airplay steadily drives downloads

Play That Song by Train is back up, #70-53

Logan Paul’s Help Me Help You (ft. Why Don’t We) Debuts #55

A surprise new cut from Foo Fighters, Run, Debuts #57 and you gotta see the rad Dave Grohl-directed video

This week’s top Big Mover is #59 (+30) Craving You (ft. Maren Morris) from Thomas Rhett, which also is +7 to #5 on Ultimate Country Songs

Weak from AJR makes a solid #63 re-entry

Super-stylish Playboi Carti’s Magnolia Debuts #68

Midland’s Drinkin’ Problem enters the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Songs while making a #82 Debut here

Following the release of her latest album, Shakira’s Mi Enamoré Debuts #86 and gives her 2 in the Top 5 on Ultimate Latin Songs

Future Mask Off (Remix ft. Kendrick Lamar) Debuts #95

#2 Emerging Artists, Cheat Codes, have their song, No Promises (ft. Demi Lovato) Debut #98 while holding #8 on Ultimate EDM Songs

Emerging Artists

Tee Grizzley takes a ninth consecutive week at #1, coming in at #131 on the main chart, oh so close to an Ultimate 100 Artists Debut

Cheat Codes hold at #2 as No Promises (ft. Demi Lovato) Debuts #98 on Ultimate 100 Songs; the song remains #8 on Ultimate EDM Songs while the trio is up to #8 on Ultimate EDM Artists

Debuting at a very strong #3 is Norwegian singer Sigrid; she’s signed with Island Records, made a very good impression at South by Southwest in March, and now her lead single, Don’t Kill My Vibe, is starting to roll in America

May Emerging Artist of the Month, LANCO, is back in the Top 5 at #5

Hippo Campus re-enters at #18 after a few weeks away

Rapper J.I.D is +6 to #20

French EDM duo, Ofenbach, Debut #27 behind their track, Be Mine

After appearing on our early warning system in February, English singer/songwriter Tom Walker Debuts here at #28 as Triple A radio plays with a few spins of Just You and I

Also creating a blip in February was Country singer Brooke Eden, who now makes a #35 Emerging Debut with Act Like You Don’t eying a possible Country radio chart debut in the next few weeks…

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