Friday, February 27, 2015

twostepcub's music chart for February 27, 2015...


Friday's here, and it's time to run down my top 100 tunes from the previous week. Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars remain on top for a fifth week, while Cage The Elephant (pictured above) jumps in to the top 10. The biggest gainers come from Axwell & Ingrosso, Madonna, and Seether (moves of 10+ places highlighted in red), while former big hits from Brad Paisley and Sam Hunt drop out. I'm gonna find that groundhog and strangle it!

This Week              Song/Artist (last week's position in parentheses)
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1. Uptown Funk! - Mark Ronson f/Bruno Mars (1)
2. Lips Are Movin' - Meghan Trainor (3)
3. Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran (4)
4. Jealous - Nick Jonas (2)
5. Take Me To Church - Hozier (6)
6. Cigarette Daydreams - Cage The Elephant (12)
7. Ghost - Ella Henderson (7)
8. Shut Up And Dance - Walk The Moon (18)
9. Like A Cowboy - Randy Houser (10)
10. I'm Not The Only One - Sam Smith (8)
11. Make Me Wanna - Thomas Rhett (17)
12. I Bet My Life - Imagine Dragons (14)
13. Call My Name - Avery Sunshine (9)
14. From Eden - Hozier (11)
15. Centuries - Fall Out Boy (5)
16. Budapest - George Ezra (16)
17. Blank Space - Taylor Swift (13)
18. Just Getting Started - Jason Aldean (22)
19. Something From Nothing - Foo Fighters (15)
20. Make You Better - The Decemberists (25)
21. Stolen Dance - Milky Chance (19)
22. Go All Night - Gorgon City f/Jennifer Hudson (20)
23. R U Mine? - Arctic Monkeys (27)
24. I Lived - OneRepublic (21)
25. Mean To Me - Brett Eldredge (30)
26. The Hanging Tree - James Newton Howard f/Jennifer Lawrence (31)
27. Waves (Robin Schulz Mix) - Mr. Probz (23)
28. Lampshades On Fire - Modest Mouse (36)
29. Riptide - Vance Joy (29)
30. Love Me Harder - Ariana Grande f/The Weeknd (34)
31. Heroes (We Could Be) - Alesso f/Tove Lo (26)
32. I See You - Luke Bryan (32)
33. Reason - Erasure (28)
34. All Of You - Betty Who (41)
35. Talladega - Eric Church (35)
36. Something In The Water - Carrie Underwood (24)
37. Take It On Back - Chase Bryant (39)
38. Blind Heart - Cazzette f/Terri B! (38)
39. Right Now - Mary J. Blige (49)
40. Kansas City - The New Basement Tapes (42)
41. Nobody - Kem (51)
42. Living For Love - Madonna (57)
43. Lonely Tonight - Blake Shelton f/Ashley Monroe (47)
44. Geronimo - Sheppard (48)
45. Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Mix) - Lilly Wood & The Prick (45)
46. Sugar - Maroon 5 (54)
47. Animals - Maroon 5 (33)
48. Lonely Eyes - Chris Young (58)
49. Figure It Out - Royal Blood (37)
50. Stay With Me - Sam Smith (50)
51, Homegrown Honey - Darius Rucker (55)
52. Blame - Calvin Harris f/John Newman (40)
53. Dangerous - Big Data f/Joywave (53)
54. Something New - Axwell & Ingrosso (70)
55. I Like You - Tony Moran f/Debby Holiday (56)
56. Drinking Class - Lee Brice (60)
57. The Heart Wants What It Wants - Selena Gomez (61)
58. 7/11 - Beyonce (62)
59. Sun Daze - Florida Georgia Line (59)
60. I Am Machine - Three Days Grace (64)
61. Ain't Worth The Whiskey - Cole Swindell (65)
62. Zero - Nikkole (52)
63. Heartbeat Song - Kelly Clarkson (71)
64. Love Me Like You Do - Ellie Goulding (74)
65. Outside - Calvin Harris f/Ellie Goulding (73)
66. Beg For It - Iggy Azalea f/MO (68)
67. Everywhere - MYNC & Mario Fischetti f/Deborah Cox (67)
68. World - Gia (44)
69. Every Breaking Wave - U2 (69)
70. Rollercoaster - Bleachers (82)
71. Shake It Off - Taylor Swift (46)
72. Up - Olly Murs f/Demi Lovato (72)
73. Til It's Gone - Kenny Chesney (43)
74. Unholy - Wolfgang Gartner (78)
75. Same Damn Life - Seether (90)
76. Wrapped Up - Olly Murs f/Travie McCoy (76)
77. Wrong Club - The Ting Tings (87)
78. Wrong Side Of Heaven - Five Finger Death Punch (66)
79. Dearly Departed - Shakey Graves (84)
80. Bartender - Lady Antebellum (81)
81. Night Changes - One Direction (86)
82. Let Me Know - Tamar Braxton f/Future (92)
83. Style - Taylor Swift (89)
84. What We Ain't Got - Jake Owen (88)
85. Chasing Time - Azealia Banks (85)
86. Time Of Our Lives - Pitbull f/Ne-Yo (DEBUT)
87. Shotgun Rider - Tim McGraw (77)
88. Homegrown - The Zac Brown Band (DEBUT)
89. What's Best For You - Trey Songz (79)
90. Say You Do - Dierks Bentley (DEBUT)
91. Words - Christina Perri (91)

92. Freestyle - Lady Antebellum (94)
93. FourFiveSeconds - Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCartney (97)
94. Wherever Is Your Heart - Brandi Carlile (DEBUT)
95. Black Sun - Death Cab For Cutie (DEBUT)
96. Young Blood - Bea Miller (DEBUT)

97. Heartbeat - Mat Kearney (DEBUT)
98. Like I Can - Sam Smith (RE-ENTRY)

99. Cassy O' - George Ezra (DEBUT)
100. Move - Jenevieve X (DEBUT)

There are nine songs making their debut on my chart this week (highlighted in blue), and if you click on any of them you'll connect to their official website for tour dates, music, bios, and more. And here they are on video, after the break...

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The top debut of the week at #86 pairs up Cuban-American rapper Pitbull with R&B singer Ne-Yo again for "Time Of Our Lives". They previously topped the chart with "Give Me Everything"...


Country jam masters the Zac Brown Band return at #88 with "Homegrown",  from their upcoming fourth studio album...


The fourth single from country singer Dierks Bentley's Riser album, "Say You Do", enters my list at #90...


Rock singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile is back at #94 with "Wherever Is Your Heart"...


Indie-emo-pop veterans Death Cab For Cutie drive in at #95 with "Black Sun", from their upcoming Kintsugi album...

 
Newcomer Bea Miller debuts at #96 with her first club hit "Young Blood". She appeared on the American version of the X Factor, coming in ninth in the second season...


Pop singer/songwriter Mat Kearney arrives at #97 with his "Heartbeat"...


While English indie-folk singer George Ezra holds at #16 with his breakthrough hit "Budapest", his international single "Cassy O'" pops in at #99...


The final newbie of the week at #100 is dance music singer Jenevieve X with "Move"...


That's it for my own personal chart...I'll be back tomorrow with my five-part "chart sweeps" of the songs hitting the latest lists in Billboard magazine. Cheers!

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