Ultimate Roundup: French Montana Sets New Rules

Demi Lovato’s Sorry…Wait…No She’s Not / Selena Gomez Likes What She Sees in the Mirror / Coldplay’s Kaleidoscope Companion / Jerika Is Real! / Kid Rock for Senate / Lana’s Lust for Life

Ultimate 100 Artists

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Luis Fonsi is #1

After surging for a #5 re-entry last week, JAY-Z is up to #2 as 4:44 is on everyone’s readout

DJ Khaled takes #3

Ed Sheeran is #4, we’ll see how his Game of Thrones cameo and ongoing Twitter troubles affect activity next week

Imagine Dragons remain the hottest rock act out there, occupy the #5 spot

Adding a new collab with Gucci Mane to the mix brings soon-to-be-25-year-old Selena Gomez into the Top 10 with a nice #29-8 move

Demi Lovato makes a splash, and she’s not sorry one bit, for a strong #12 re-entry

The release of French Montana’s 2nd album, Jungle Rules, boosts him +24 to #16

The “companion piece” to A Head Full of Dreams, the Kaleidoscope EP, makes Coldplay this week’s top Big Mover, +38 to #20

Jake Paul’s latest, with beau Erika Costell, keeps him warm and back in the top half of the chart after climbing #70-41

Emerging Artist graduate Luke Combs could soon have two singles in Ultimate 100 Songs as he builds #62-50

Wiz Khalifa has the most-viewed video of all-time on YouTube and collabs and cameos all over the place…he’s +20 to #54

Fans got hyped on the new HBO documentary, The Defiant Ones, with activity bringing Dr. Dre back in at #65

James Arthur moves #82-66 as he’s out on the Honda Civic Tour now

Whether Kid Rock actually runs for Senate or not doesn’t change the fact that the hype and new music rocket him to #68, his first Top 100 appearance in over 2 years

Lana Del Rey is on a roll with material, activity, and press around Lust for Life, earning a #70 re-entry

Ultimate 100 Songs

Luis Fonsi’s Despacito (Remix ft. Daddy Yankee & Justin Bieber) spends week number ten at #1 and is gaining insanely quickly on Wiz Khalifa & Charlie Puth for most-viewed YouTube video ever

Speaking of Charlie Puth, his single, Attention, made an impressive move to #2 last week and shows staying power by retaining that spot this week

Demi Lovato’s house-party-video-fueled Sorry Not Sorry crashes in for a #3 debut

Fetish (ft. Gucci Mane) from Selena Gomez is another big-time debut, at #4

Shawn Mendes There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back comes in at #5

Malibu by Miley Cyrus is back up, #34-18

JAY-Z The Story of O.J. moves #39-30 following its debut week; 4:44 joins it with a #60 debut as does Bam (ft. Damian Marley) with a #97 debut

Hailee Steinfeld’s Most Girls was last week’s top Big Mover, going +32 to #63…this week it is a close second with a +30 gain to #33

Macklemore Glorious (ft. Skylar Grey) debuted #79 last week and climbs to #45 this week, our top Big Mover, because it really does have just the best video…if you still haven’t watched it, shame on you…

Being the all-time most-watched video on YouTube (for now) doesn’t hurt, Wiz Khalifa See You Again (ft. Charlie Puth) re-enters the Top 100 at #77

As mentioned above, The Defiant Ones documentary generated good activity for Dr. Dre, and that includes his sphere of influence as Eminem Lose Yourself re-enters at #79

Jake Paul’s Jerika (ft. Erika Costell & Uncle Kade) debuts #80, after the Team Ten-ers’ recent Vegas nuptials

Bank Account debuts #86 to join #53 Issa (ft. Drake & Young Thug) for 21 Savage

Kesha’s second new single, Woman (ft. The Dap-Kings Horns), debuts #91

Emerging Artists

Cheat Codes keep #1 here and move #9-7 Ultimate EDM Artists; No Promises (ft. Demi Lovato) goes #90-76 on Ultimate 100 Songs and remains #7 on Ultimate EDM Songs

May Emerging Artist of the Month, LANCO, rises #3-2 here and #37-36 on Ultimate Country Artists with Greatest Love Story moving up to #25 on Ultimate Country Songs

Greta Van Fleet, moves up one to #3

Rapper SahBabii slides up #5-4 with new Purple Ape video now out via a WorldStarHipHop exclusive premier

LANY remains in the Top 5 at #5

Tash Sultana enters the Top 20, going #22-16; she’s got Australian and European dates before heading to the U.S. for some shows beginning September 30th

Brooke Eden makes a big #34-17 jump

J.I.D rebounds #35-29…his new track Hasta Luego is getting mad blog love

Bailey Bryan re-enters at #37; she’s got a couple of fun shows in Chicago and Seattle set for August

Swedish rock group Royal Republic debuts #38 with Baby latching on at Active Rock radio


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