Ultimate Roundup: Niall Horan’s Debut Flickers to Life

Chris Young Needs His Zs / “I Don’t Know”Future & Young Thug Get Slimed / Everything Adds Up for Carly Pearce / Feels Like the First Time with Darius Rucker / Silence is Golden for Marshmello / LANCO Graduates!

Ultimate 100 Artists

Imagine Dragons hold #1 again this week

Beautiful Trauma had one of the best first sales weeks of the year, lifting P!NK #4-2

Post Malone remains hot at #3

Ed Sheeran takes #4

Taylor Swift rounds out the Top 5 at #5

Mr. Davis continues to propel the very busy Gucci Mane, he’s up #10-6

Demi Lovato returns to the Top 10, #16-7; she’s playing a bunch of holiday radio shows and then her recently announced tour with DJ Khaled goes down in February

Niall Horan is this week’s top Big Mover, +59 to #8, on the release of his solo debut album, Flickerthe Flicker Sessions are on now and the Flicker World Tour will be humongous

Camila Cabello‘s Havana-inspired lift continues, she’s up #19-11

Beck rises again, #39-20, with another batch of Colors sales in the bank; he’ll be at iHeartRadio’s ALTer Ego show in LA this January

Chris Young re-enters the main chart up at #24 and goes Top 10 on Ultimate Country Artists with the release of Losing Sleep

The surprise release of the Super Slimey mixtape brings mega-duo Future & Young Thug in for a #29 debut, and word is that this is just the beginning…

The Saga Continues for a second week with Wu-Tang Clan climbing #70-33 behind their (sadly) U-God-less new compilation album

A new single gets Liam Payne up #57-38; fans can catch him at one of many holiday radio shows

Taylor Mill, Kentucky’s own Carly Pearce lights up from the release of her debut album, Every Little Thing, jumping #84-40 here and hitting #3 on Ultimate Country Artists

Darius Rucker‘s fifth Country studio album, When Was the Last Time, delivers him the #57 spot; he’s part of a couple of cool live bills next month

Newcomer Dua Lipa climbs #76-58; the Self-Titled tour goes wheels up in Boston on November, 20th

Silence is golden for Marshmello, who debuts at #59 while taking over the top spot on Ultimate EDM Artists! He’s got some great gigs lining up, too…

Jessie James Decker‘s second album, Southern Girl City Lights, brings her back to the Top 100 for the first time since February, landing at #61

G-Eazy jumps #87-64 as No Limit is taking off and we now know he has a double-album, The Beautiful and the Damned, in the pipeline

Re-entering at #68, Young Dolph has released his fourth studio album in two years, Thinking Out Loud, and that’s on top of something like nineteen mixtapes over nearly a decade

Kelly Clarkson is back on the chart at #79 and sure to rise next week following the 10/27 release of her eighth studio album, The Meaning of Life

Can we get a “WOO HOO!”? LANCO (May’s Emerging Artist of the Month) becomes our TENTH Emerging Artists chart graduate of the year as they debut at #90!!!

The holiday season fast approaches, and that means Pentatonix is back in the Top 100 at #92 with a new Christmas video and a Christmas TV special all set to go

Orlando, Florida metal vets Trivium‘s eighth studio album The Sin and the Sentence, gives them their first Top 100 appearance since October, 2013 when Vengeance Falls came out

Ultimate 100 Songs

Imagine DragonThunder spends a fourth week at #1 while Believer is at #14

Post Malone rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) holds #2

Ed Sheeran‘s Perfect comes in at #3

The third new single from Taylor Swift‘s upcoming Reputation album, Gorgeous, debuts at #4

The release of Beautiful Trauma adds fuel to P!NK‘s What About Us, it goes #14-5 while Revenge (ft. Eminem) debuts #47 and the title track, Beautiful Trauma, sits at #74

Bad at Love from Halsey jumps #22-12

The title track from Carly Pearce‘s debut album, Every Little Thing, is this week’s top Big Mover, +37 to #16 and jumps over all the boys to take #1 on Ultimate Country Songs!

G-Eazy‘s No Limit (ft. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B) moves #55-34

An album release boost takes Kelly Clarkson‘s Love So Soft #65-43

Where the magic happens: Bedroom Floor by Liam Payne debuts at #49

Jeff Winger’s not going to like this: Chris Pratt joined Chris Stapleton for a duet of Tennessee Whiskey at a recent show…and the song re-surges #73-53 here and back into the Top 10 on Ultimate Country Songs

Marshmello‘s Silence (ft. Khalid) goes #88-69 while the Illenium remix debuts #73, they hold #2 and #3, respectively, on Ultimate EDM Songs

Brett Eldredge‘s The Long Way debuts #70 here and at #11 on Ultimate Country Songs

The title track of Chris Young‘s new album, Losing Sleep, re-enters at #71 and climbs #23-12 on Ultimate Country Songs

Lil Pump Gucci Gang is a Big Mover, +21 to #72

Chris Brown High End (ft. Future & Young Thug) debuts #80

Logan Paul returns with Outta My Hair debuting at #90 on the strength of a hilarious video co-starring Bella Thorne

More than a few people are stoked for new music from A Perfect CircleThe Doomed debuts at #91

A$AP Ferg‘s Plain Jane gets in for a #93 debut

In addition to having great teeth, Kelsea Ballerini‘s Miss Me More makes a #95 debut here and #18 on Ultimate Country Songs

Lil Xan grabs this week’s squeaker debut with Betrayed landing at #99

Emerging Artists

August Emerging Artist of the Month, Cheat Codes, moves back into the #1 slot while their new one, Feels Great (ft. Fetty Wap & CVBZ), rockets into the Top 10 of Ultimate EDM Songs after debuting at #36 last week

Greta Van Fleet is up #4-2 as Highway Tune remains Top 10 at Active Rock radio (it hit #1) and Safari Song is starting to stack up the adds

20-year-old singer H.E.R. is losing her initial shroud of mystery, but that comes with the territory as streaming and social are on the rise this week, moving her #8-3

The release of All American Made, Margo Price’s second album, shoots her up the chart #38-4 and into the Top 5; she takes a huge stage, opening for Tim McGraw & Faith Hill in Brooklyn tonight (10/27)

Billie Eilish rounds out the Top 5 at #5 as press attention builds and the words “prodigy” and “star” are popping up with regularity

November 2016 Emerging Artist of the Month, Bishop Briggs, returns to the Top 10 as her new single, Dream, gets going

Norwegian singer Astrid S debuts #24 as her single Think Before I Talk sees streams rising and some Top 40 radio spins helping things along

Albanian singer Era Istrefi returns to the chart at #31 behind her new track, No I Love Yous (ft. French Montana)

Atlanta rapper Hoodrich Pablo Juan debuts at #35 with the gears really in motion now that he’s signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 label via Todd Moskowitz’s Alamo Records distribution deal via Interscope

The Voice season 8 finalist Koryn Hawthorne re-enters at #38 (her first appearance in over two years) as Won’t He Do It video streams and gospel radio spins pick up

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