Ultimate Roundup: BTS Drop MIC, Climb Chart

P!NK Flies High / Portugal. The Man Still Feelin’ It / Pentatonix Christmas Smackdown™ / Scary Good Collab from Fabolous & Jadakiss / No Smoke is Fire for YoungBoy Never Broke AgainEverything’s Golden for Romeo Santos 

Ultimate 100 Artists

Taylor Swift retains #1 for a third consecutive week; more details on the reputation stadium tour can be found HERE

Imagine Dragons move back up #4-2

Post Malone goes #5-3

Ed Sheeran comes in at #4

Camila Cabello remains Top 5 at #5; she starts a Jingle Ball blitz in San Jose tomorrow night (11/30)

P!NK rode high (literally) at the American Music Awards and continues to ride high on the chart, rising #11-6

The Pentatonix Christmas Smackdown™ is in full effect as they cruise into the Top 10, #15-7; you can catch some of the holiday-spiced vibes live next month

Jumping #71-8, BTS has been making inroads to the U.S. for a while now (they debuted at #14 on October 20th, 2016) but their current blitz, led by a huge American Music Awards performance and an appearance on Ellen, has been massive

Kelly Clarkson has been keeping busy and it pays off: she climbs #46-20

Portugal. The Man own the biggest Alternative Rock song in a while, move up 21 spots to #23; they’ve got holiday radio shows and a Portland gig set for next month

Pentatonix aren’t the only ones who grab big activity leading up to Christmas: Michael Bublé goes #57-26, Mariah Carey moves #50-28, Gwen Stefani re-enters at #55, Lindsey Stirling re-enters at #64, Celine Dion comes in at #69 (we also approach the 20th anniversary of Titanic‘s release!), and Trans-Siberian Orchestra is at #97

Kelsea Ballerini continues to surge following the release of Unapologetically earlier this month, she re-enters at #62 here and is at #18 on Ultimate Country Artists

NYC heavyweights Fabolous & Jadakiss debut at #66 (or should it be…”666″?!) as a collaborative duo with the release of Friday on Elm Street

YoungBoy Never Broke Again has more than a few things going on right now and is subsequently up 26 spots to #68 for Big Mover status

A new video for Bella y Sensual (ft. Nicki Jam & Daddy Yankee) helps lift Romeo Santos #99-72 here and to #11 on Ultimate Latin Artists; he also recently announced dates for the 2018 Golden Tour

A remix of It’s Everyday Bro featuring none other than Gucci Mane brings Jake Paul back in at #84

Ultimate 100 Songs

Imagine Dragons‘ Thunder returns to #1 after just two weeks out of the top spot

Camila Cabello Havana (ft. Young Thug) is at #2

Post Malone rockstar (ft. 21 Savage) takes #3

Perfect from Ed Sheeran is #4

A huge #5 debut for BTS MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix ft. Desiigner), they also have DNA re-enter at #69

Lil Pump‘s Gucci Gang continues to grow, moves #9-6

Selena Gomez & Marshmello‘s collab, Wolves, howls into the Top 10 with a #25-7 move following a powerful live debut at the American Music Awards

Portugal. The Man brought their multi-format hit, Feel It Still, to the AMAs stage as well, with the cut rising #14-8

So far, Home from Machine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors & Bebe Rexha is the hottest song from the massive, collaboration-packed Bright soundtrack as it goes +21 to #25

Taylor Swift adds a new track to the Top 100 with the #32 debut of End Game (ft. Ed Sheeran & Future)

P!NK‘s aforementioned daredevil performance of Beautiful Trauma at the American Music Awards easily blows activity up, earning a #33 re-entry

Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso see Let Me Go (ft. Florida Georgia Line & watt) climb to #31 after debuting at #74 last week

It’s Everyday Bro (Remix ft. Gucci Mane) makes a #40 debut

Shawn Mendes‘ There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back is another AMAs performance beneficiary, making a #82-54 Big Mover jump

…and don’t leave Macklemore out of the AMA bost-a-thon: Glorious (ft. Skylar Grey) re-enters at #63

Gary Clark, Jr.‘s rocking cover of The Beatles’ Come Together from the Justice League soundtrack debuts at #70

#4 Emerging ArtistYBN Nahmir, has Rubbin off the Paint debut at #79

Flo Rida returns with a potentially red-hot collaboration: Hola (ft. Maluma) bows at #87

Our second The Voice performance of the current season to make the Top 100 is Addison Agen‘s She Used to Be Mine (The Voice Performance), which slips in for a debut in the #100 slot

Emerging Artists

6ix9ine holds #1 after debuting at the top last week; Gummo is at #37 in its third week on Ultimate 100 Songs

Redlands, CA rapper Lil Xan is really coming up now, he debuts big at #2 with his breakout track, Betrayed, at #76 on Ultimate 100 Songs

Trippie Redd debuted at #2 last week and comes in at #3 this week; he’s on the bill for Rolling Loud SoCal on 12/16

At #4 is YBN Nahmir, who sees Rubbin off the Paint make an  Ultimate 100 Songs debut at #79

After spending all but one of his eleven weeks on the chart in the Top 10, Lil Baby makes his first Top 5 appearance after moving #7-5

At #6, making his first appearance since June, is now-Grammy-nominated rapper GoldLink; Chicagoland fans can see him at WGCI’s Big Jam on 12/30

July’s Emerging Artist of the Month, Sigrid, re-entered at #15 last week and climbs into the Top 10 at #8 this week as her cinematic cover of Leonard Cohen’s classic Everybody Knows from the Justice League soundtrack rises, and a video for her SUPER-dance-y Strangers drops tomorrow (11/30)

Margo Price moves back up the chart #27-19; she’s lining up some great club and theater gigs for early next year

Jesse Reyez re-enters at #26

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