Ultimate Roundup: Calvin Catches Funk Wav

Charlie Puth Gets Attention, Stone Sour’s Sweet Sixth Set, Khalid Locates Higher Chart Position, SZA Sizzles, B.I.G. B.I.O, Mitch & Scott Bear Superfruit

Ultimate 100 Artists

Luis Fonsi retakes #1 after just one week, gaining just a bit of activity on DJ Khaled

DJ Khaled is a strong #2

Imagine Dragons remain a strong #3

Bruno Mars is back in the Top 5 at #4

Ed Sheeran holds at #5, we’ll see how his Twitter exodus affects his ranking next week…

Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 makes Calvin Harris this week’s top Big Mover, +33 to #7

Attention is doing well and Charlie Puth is really out there, including a high-profile 4th of July gig, earning him the #2 Big Mover spot as he is +30 to #12

Corey Taylor’s Stone Sour releases 6th album, Hydrograd, makes first Top 100 appearance (#26) in over 4 years; currently on The Serenity of Summer tour with Korn, Skillet, Yelawolf, and Emerging Artists Ded

Emerging Artist graduate Khalid rises #48-31 with streaming leading the way

SZA’s activity remains strong around Ctrl, she moves back up #64-38; The Ctrl Tour with Smino and Ravyn Lenae begins later this summer

Shakira continues to find room for social growth, mostly on Instagram last week, as she gains 18 spots to land at #51 while remaining Top 5 on Ultimate Latin Artists

Sales surge Hamilton – Original Broadway Cast to a #54 re-entry after 7 weeks outside of the Top 100; the touring troupe is currently occupying Hollywood’s Pantages Theatre

Luke Bryan is riding high at #58 (+29) here and #20 on Ultimate Country Artists, but reveals he’s already halfway through a new album!

The 20th anniversary of his death has The Notorious B.I.G. in the news, a new A&E Biography documentary, and the Top 100 at #61

Radio airplay and streaming lead Eric Church to a #56 re-entry while he occupies #15 on Ultimate Country Artists; September might just be your chance to catch him live in concert

Our most recent Emerging Artist graduate, Tee Grizzley, is up to #75

A half-dozen or so songs doing well, not to mention features, is more than enough give J Balvin his first Top 100 appearance (#78) in exactly one year…meanwhile he moves #7-3 on Ultimate Latin Artists

Dirt On My Boots and Heartache on the Dancefloor lift Jon Pardi to a #79 re-entry and a move into the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Artists; the Californian is out on the road on Dierks Bentley’s What The Hell World Tour now

Lifelong friends, and 2/5 of Pentatonix, Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying, have released their debut EP, Future Friends Part One, as Superfruit, debuting #95

Ultimate 100 Songs

8 weeks in a row at #1 for the clear leader for “Song of the Summer”, Luis Fonsi’s Despacito (Remix ft. Daddy Yankee & Justin Bieber), and 11 in a row atop Ultimate Latin Songs

Imagine Dragons Believer very impressively takes #2 as big time radio airplay and good streaming numbers spur sales; Thunder is also up #56-37

DJ Khaled’s Wild Thoughts (ft. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller) comes in at #3 and I’m the One (ft. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper & Lil Wayne) at #4

Body Like a Back Road from Sam Hunt is back in the Top 5 at #5 and easily holds #1 Ultimate Country Songs for the fourteenth week in a row (and it debuted at #1!)

Charlie Puth’s Attention surges +20 into the Top 10 at #6

Location from Khalid locates #25 (+13)

Lady Gaga The Cure is up #40-26

Signs from Drake moves #67-34 in its second week on the chart

A new video for Kendrick Lamar’s ELEMENT. puts the song in the Top 100 for the first time since May, at #63

Billy Currington Do I Make You Wanna re-enters at #68 while making a big move from #28 to #11 on Ultimate Country Songs

Chris Brown Privacy is +23 to #71

Love & Hip-Hop star Cardi B. keeps upping her rap game and now gets her first Top 100 song with the debut of Bodak Yellow at #80

Portugal. The Man’s Feel It Still debuted #92 last week and moves up to #83 as it rules the Alternative and Triple A radio charts

Metro Boomin becomes another mega-producer to drop his own cut as lead solo artist, sees No Complaints (ft. Offset & Drake) debut #89

The Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: The Bad Boy Story documentary brings renewed love for Cassie’s 2006 song, Me & U (Remix), which debuts at #96

Emerging Artists

The release of their self-titled debut album sends LANY up 14 spots to take over #1 as sales, streaming, and social all spike

Greta Van Fleet enters the Top 5 at #5 in their fourth week on the chart

Lost Kings surge #31-14 on increased streaming and sales activity for Look at Us Now (ft. Ally Brooke & A$AP Ferg)

Car Seat Headrest moves #32-26

Stormzy is +5 to #28 in his 3rd week on the chart

R.LUM.R goes #34-29 with Frustrated holding steady at Urban AC radio; he’s got some west coast dates next week

Ded (#38), Amy Shark (#39), and Jordan Davis (#40) all re-enter this week’s chart after short absences…

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