Ultimate Roundup: We Love You, Demi

Imagine Dragons Swoop Into #1 / Miley Cyrus Embraces Change / A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Goes Bigger / An Invitation from Why Don’t WeScreaming for More Michael Jackson / NOW is the Time for Shania Twain

Ultimate 100 Artists

Slow and steady pays off: amidst tons of crazy activity in recent months, Imagine Dragons have hung in there, and now they swoop in to take #1

Taylor Swift comes in at #2

Post Malone grabs #3 as he drops yet another single; Stoney tour dates, Voodoo Music + Arts, and Rolling Loud SoCal are all on the slate

Another star that rarely goes far, Ed Sheeran moves #6-4

We love you. Demi Lovato re-enters the Top 5 with a #15-5 climb on the release of her sixth studio album, Tell Me You Love Me

After gaining Big Mover status last week, Kevin Gates goes Top 10, #20-8, on the strength of By Any Means 2

The Netflix documentary Five Foot Two helps give Lady Gaga a push up the chart, #53-19

Maroon 5 is up #40-21 with radio airplay and streaming leading the charge

Miley Cyrus re-enters at #22 following the release of Younger Now

Emerging Artist graduate A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie ties for top Big Mover of the week, going +44 to #30 as his debut studio album, The Bigger Artist, streets

Why Don’t We is a year old as they release their Invitation EP and re-enter the Top 100 at #35; get your tickets for The Invitation Tour while you still can

The Scream compilation album is the eleventh posthumous Michael Jackson release, bringing the legend in at #38

Shania Twain‘s NOW is her first new studio album in fifteen years, landing her at #47; the massive NOW tour fires up next spring

Steady activity across the board ties Camila Cabello for top Big Mover this week as she is +44 to 50

Jhené Aiko‘s Trip gets stronger in its second week, she flies #93-56

R&B luminary Tank drops his eighth studio album, and second in as many years, Savage, to re-enter at #72; some good opportunities to catch him live through the end of the year

Tamar Braxton takes #91 following the release of Bluebird of Happiness, which she says will be her final album

Midland debuts at #96 while landing at #24 on Ultimate Country Artists; they have a pile of big-time live dates upcoming

Ultimate 100 Songs

Imagine Dragons Thunder rolls into #1 while Believer holds on to #9

Taylor Swift Look What you Made Me Do remains #2

Cardi B.‘s Bodak Yellow is at #3 again this week

J Balvin & Willy William‘s Mi Gente (Remix ft. Beyoncé) has come out as strong as you would imagine, debuting at #4; Queen Bey will be donating her cut of the proceeds to hurricane and earthquake relief efforts

After enjoying the top of the pile at #1 last week, Post Malone‘s rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) doesn’t go far, taking #5, while I Fall Apart debuts #32

Perfect by Ed Sheeran is his latest song to catch fire, up #49-11

Maroon 5 What Lovers Do (ft. SZA) approaches the Top 10, #21-13

Camila Cabello‘s Havana (ft. Young Thug) is this week’s top Big Mover, +42 to #15

Carly Pearce Every Little Thing moves #85-64 while entering the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Songs

No Limit (ft. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B) from G-Eazy re-enters at #66

Emerging Artist graduate Andra Day‘s Rise Up continues to strike a chord re-entering at #80; the singer also made an impression at the Global Citizen Festival

Kelsea Ballerini‘s High School debuts #86 while getting up to #15 on Ultimate Country Songs

Noah Cyrus brings yet another interesting collaboration, Again (ft. XXXTentacion) debuts #91

The new one from Darius RuckerDon’t, debuts #93 here and at #16 on Ultimate Country Songs

A new video helps Playboi Carti‘s Magnolia re-enter at #94

You Broke Up with Me from Walker Hayes is our last Country song to debut this week, at #97, and it comes in at #17 on Ultimate Country Songs

Walk the Moon has returned with One Foot, which slips in the door for a #100 debut

Emerging Artists

LANCO (May’s Emerging Artist of the Month) holds on to #1 for the third consecutive week; they have a few cool dates over the next three months

August Emerging Artist of the Month, Cheat Codes, remains at #2

After debuting at #6 last week, Rapsody rises to #3 on the strength of Laila’s Wisdom

Billie Eilish debuted #5 last week and keeps the activity up, rising to #4 this week

Devin Dawson holds the #7 spot he debuted in last week; Devin is #38-33 Ultimate Country Artists and All on Me is #37-33 Ultimate Country Songs

Augusta, GA rapper TK Kravitz, and formerly one half of TK-N-Ca$h, debuts #16 as his solo career continues to rise

Current Emerging Artist of the Month, Tash Sultana, rises #32-26 as her North American tour is in full swing

Boy band In Real Life re-enters at #33

Alice Merton re-enters at #34 as No Roots builds at Alternative and Triple A radio

NYC dance duo Sofi Tukker debuts at #39; they’ll be going out on ODESZA’s A Moment Apart Tour in a couple of weeks

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