Ultimate Roundup: P!NK Keeps It Real

Introducing Mr. Gucci Mane Beck Shows His Colors / Kris Wu‘s Deserved Debut / Straight Sevens for GOT7Wu Tang Swarms Again

Ultimate 100 Artists

Imagine Dragons move back into #1

Post Malone is up #4-2

Turns out that some broken bones aren’t going to slow #3 Ed Sheeran down much after all…

The release of Beautiful Trauma lifts P!NK #23-4; she plays We Can Survive at the Hollywood Bowl this weekend (10/21) and the MASSIVE Beautiful Trauma tour kicks off in Phoenix on March 1st

Posthumous activity remains strong, with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers landing at #5 and Tom Petty himself at #18

Kane Brown is riding high, up #10-7 here and taking #1 on Ultimate Country Artists; he’s got a bunch of live dates rolling right now

Gucci Mane just can’t stop releasing new material: he goes #40-10 behind Mr. Davis, which is his second release this year and fourth since his release from prison in May 2016

Camila Cabello is firing on all cylinders and is this week’s top Big Mover, +32 to #19

Lil Pump has another good week on the release of his debut album, rising #43-24; he may have just played for Travis Barker’s son’s birthday, but you’ve got a bunch of chances to see him as well

The new song, How Long, from Charlie Puth helps him up #52-26 this week and with the official video dropping today (10/19) he’s sure to surge further next week

Beck‘s thirteenth studio album, Colors, was four years in the making (the first single, Dream, came out in 2015) and now propels him to a #39 re-entry

Chinese Canadian singer, actor, and model Kris Wu has had success across the board, including with the South Korean-Chinese boy band EXO; now his new solo jam, Deserve (ft. Travis Scott), earns him his debut at #43

Re-entering at #59, Louis Tomlinson dropped a bit of a surprise single with Just Like You and has fans gushing over his 2-year-old son, Freddie

The new 7 for 7 EP brings K-Pop group GOT7 back into the Top 100 for the first time since March, landing at #66

RiceGum returns to the Top 100 at #69 as he once again stirs the pot, this time with Frick the Police

Wu-Tang Clan claims #70 after the release of The Saga Continues compilation album with the help of producer Mathmatics; it is worth noting that the release is attributed as simply “Wu Tang” due to the absence of U God, but many are calling it a return to form for the seminal group

Every Little Thing is Carly Pearce‘s debut album, which has been well-received and powers her #84 debut here and big move into the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Artists; she hits the road with Brett Young next month

Heavyweight composers Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch have earned a squeaker #99 debut for their work on Blade Runner 2049

Ultimate 100 Songs

Thunder from Imagine Dragons is #1 again this week

Post Malone‘s rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) is back up, #6-2

Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s Almost Like Praying (ft. Artists for Puerto Rico) stays strong at #3 as fans continue to support

Ed Sheeran‘s Perfect bounces back yet again, up #11-4 and right into the Top 5

Cardi B. Bodak Yellow keeps up its strong pace, holding #5

Feel It Still has really been a smash for Portugal. The Man, it now approaches the Top 5 with an #8-6 move

Havana (ft. Young Thug) from Camila Cabello goes Top 10, #16-8

The above mentioned Kris Wu‘s solo U.S. breakout track, Deserve (ft. Travis Scott), debuts nicely at #11…the trick will be to see how it holds up…

P!NK‘s Beautiful Trauma album release aids a #24-14 boost for What About Us

Kane Brown Heaven moves #31-17 here while taking over #1 on Ultimate Country Songs, while What Ifs (ft. Lauren Alaina) is #19 and #2, respectively

Halsey Bad at Love is up #40-22

Louis Tomlinson‘s Just Like You debuts #32

Frick the Police from YouTuber RiceGum debuts #34

Sam Smith Pray is tied for this week’s top Big Mover, +38 to #36

Charlie Puth How Long shares that top Big Mover slot, going +38 to #38…some nice numeric parity playing out there…

The title track from Carly Pearce‘s just-released debut album, Every Little Thing, gains 24 spots to take #53 while moving into the Top 10 at #6 on Ultimate Country Songs

The Rest of Our Life from Tim McGraw & Faith Hill debuts #64 here and easily enters the Top 10 (#35-9) in its second week on Ultimate Country Songs

Brett Young Like I Loved You moves #98-80 while holding #15 on Ultimate Country Songs

Young Thug Relationship (ft. Future) debuted #92 last week and jumps to #68 this week

Luke Bryan‘s What Makes You Country sees a #95 debut here and goes #30-18 on Ultimate Country Songs it its second week there

Veteran Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman have Rx (Medicate) grab a debut in the #100 spot this week as it rules at Active Rock radio

Emerging Artists

LANCO (May’s Emerging Artist of the Month) takes #1 for the fifth consecutive week and is SO CLOSE (#109) to graduating into Ultimate 100 Artists!

August Emerging Artist of the Month, Cheat Codes, remains at #2 while their new one, Feels Great (ft. Fetty Wap & CVBZ), debuts at #36 on Ultimate EDM Songs

Billie Eilish moves up to #3 in her fourth week on the chart; this growth is no joke…

Greta Van Fleet remains in the Top 5 at #4

Devin Dawson enters the Top 5 with a #7-5 move; All on Me is #37 on Ultimate Country Songs

Alice Merton soars +24 to #11 as No Roots builds off of Alternative radio airplay

Bishop Briggs (November 2016’s Emerging Artist of the Month) re-enters at #12 as her new single, Dream, from her forthcoming debut album, makes its way into the world (with a new video coming Friday 10/20)

NexXthursday moves #23-15 on activity, including a social boost, around his jam Sway (ft. Quavo & Lil Yachty)

The lead-up to All American Made (it streets tomorrow, 10/20), Margo Price’s second album, brings her back in at #38 (she first hit our radar in March 2016 then debuted on Emerging in May 2016)

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