Friday, March 17, 2017

twostepcub's music chart for March 17, 2017...


Friday's here, and it's time to run down my top 100 tunes from the previous week. Rag N' Bone Man's "Human" reigns for an eighth week, while the Weeknd (pictured above) climbs into the top-5. Former big hits from blink-182, Mary J. Blige, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, DNCE, and k. flay drop off my list, while songs from twenty-one pilots, Bruno Mars, and LP make the biggest jumps (moves of 10+ places highlighted in red). Erin Go Bragh!

This Week              Song/Artist (last week's position in parentheses)
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1. Human - Rag N' Bone Man (1)
2. Shape Of You - Ed Sheeran (3)
3. Rockabye - Clean Bandit f/Anne-Marie & Sean Paul (2)
4. Better Man - Little Big Town (5)
5. I Feel It Coming - The Weeknd f/Daft Punk (7)
6. Still Breathing - Green Day (5)
7. Scars To Your Beautiful - Alessia Cara (4)
8. Water Under The Bridge - Adele (8)
9. So I Can Have You Back - Joe (9)
10. Castle On The Hill - Ed Sheeran (11)
11. Say You Won't Let Go - James Arthur (11)
12. Chained To The Rhythm - Katy Perry f/Skip Marley (22)
13. Waste A Moment - Kings Of Leon (13)
14. Sober Saturday Night - Chris Young f/Vince Gill (15)
15. Love On The Brain - Rihanna (17)
16. Don't Wanna Know - Maroon 5 f/Kendrick Lamar (16)
17. Mercy - Shawn Mendes (19)
18. Cleopatra - The Lumineers (28)
19. Seein' Red - Dustin Lynch (12)
20. Star Of The Show - Thomas Rhett (14)
21. Million Reasons - Lady Gaga (25)
22. 24K Magic - Bruno Mars (20)
23. Fast - Luke Bryan (33)
24. Show Me Love - Brian Justin Crum f/Toy Armada & DJ Grind (36)
25. The Greatest - Sia f/Kendrick Lamar (21)
26. That's What I Like - Bruno Mars (51)
27. Think A Little Less - Michael Ray (47)
28. Kill A Word - Eric Church f/Rhiannon Giddens (35)
29. Enough Is Enough 2017 - Donna Summer & Barbra Streisand (30)
30. Long Live Love - LeAnn Rimes (34)
31. Rhythm & Blues - The Head and the Heart (41)
32. Love Me Now - John Legend (27)
33. Trouble - Cage The Elephant (31)
34. Paris - The Chainsmokers (54)
35. Take It All Back - Judah & The Lion (29)
36. I Don't Wanna Live Forever - Zayn & Taylor Swift (46)
37. Dirt On My Boots - Jon Pardi (59)
38. A Guy With A Girl - Blake Shelton (38)
39. Somebody Else - The 1975 (43)
40. Move Your Body - Sia (32)
41. Side To Side - Ariana Grande f/Nicki Minaj (37)
42. This Town - Niall Horan (52)
43. Hot Thoughts - Spoon (63)
44. Wanna Be That Song - Brett Eldredge (40)
45. Heavydirtysoul - twenty-one pilots (73)
46. Call On Me - Starley (60)
47. You're Not There - Lukas Graham (39)
48. Road Less Traveled - Lauren Alaina (68)
49. Yeah Yeah 2016 - Luciana & Dave Aude' (53)
50. Heathens - twenty-one pilots (50)
51. Way Down We Go - Kaleo (55)
52. Closer - The Chainsmokers f/Halsey (42)
53. Distortion - Jessica Sutta (49)
54. On Hold - the xx (56)
55. Play That Song - Train (57)
56. Today - Brad Paisley (58)
57. Name For You - The Shins (61)
58. Dancing On My Own - Calum Scott (64)
59. Let's Hurt Tonight - OneRepublic (69)
60. In A Drawer - Band Of Horses (65)
61. Slumber Party - Britney Spears f/Tinashe (71)
62. The Urge In Me - Joe Gauthreaux f/Inaya Day (44)
63. Lost On You - LP (87)
64. Love Is Mystical - Cold War Kids (DEBUT)
65. How Did You Love - Shinedown (75)
66. Any Ol' Barstool - Jason Aldean (76)
67. Koinz - SR (67)
68. Long Song Away - Kevin Ross (84)
69. Believer - Imagine Dragons (DEBUT)
70. Oasis - Kendra Erika (80)
71. The Mack - Nevada f/Mark Morrison & Fetty Wap (85)
72. Yeah Boy - Kelsea Ballerini (82)
73. Bad Things - Machine Gun Kelly f/Camila Cabello (77)
74. Let Me Love You - DJ Snake f/Justin Bieber (66)
75. Cold - Maroon 5 f/Future (89)
76. Shine - Mondo Cozmo (72)
77. Watch Out - Glovibes & Gary Caos (91)
78. You Don't Know Me - Jax Jones f/RAYE (78)
79. The Weekend - Brantley Gilbert (79)
80. Touch - Little Mix (70)
81. May We All - Florida Georgia Line f/Tim McGraw (81)
82. Down - Marian Hill (DEBUT)
83. Atlas, Rise! - Metallica (83)
84. Hometown Girl - Josh Turner (88)
85. Fire Escape - Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness (95)
86. All Time Low - Jon Bellion (90)
87. Bar At The End Of The World - Kenny Chesney (97)
88. Body Like A Back Road - Sam Hunt (DEBUT)
89. Best Love - Yuna (DEBUT)
90. Just Hold On - Steve Aoki & Louis Tomlinson (94)
91. Baby, Let's Lay Down And Dance - Garth Brooks (DEBUT)
92. Just Say - KDA f/Tinashe (92)
93. Be The One - Dua Lipa (93)
94. Don't Want You Back - Leela James (DEBUT)
95. Do You Still Love Me? - Ryan Adams (96)
96. 7 - Catfish & The Bottlemen (RE-ENTRY)
97. I Got You - Bebe Rexha (DEBUT)
98. Issues - Julia Michaels (DEBUT)
99. Ritual - Marshmello f/Wrabel (99)
100. Gonna Be Power - Glenn Thornton f/Dawn Tallman (DEBUT)

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

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Indie-rock band Cold War Kids, whose single "First" made my year-end chart in both 2015 and 2016 (both times in the top-40), return with the highest debut of the week with the first single from their upcoming sixth album, L.A.Divine. "Love Is Mystical" rockets in at #64...


Imagine Dragon are back as well with the lead track from their upcoming third album; "Believer", which drops in at #69, is also heard on the new Nintendo Switch commercial...


Philadelphia-based indie-pop duo Marian Hill also are prominently featured in a TV ad, this time for Apple with their single "Down", which enters at #82...


Crossover country newcomer Sam Hunt, whose debut album Montevallo placed five songs on my chart, drives in at #88 with "Body Like A Back Road", which will be on his upcoming sophomore release...


Malaysian neo-soul artist Yuna, whose breakthrough single "Crush" reached my top-40, sets in at #89 with its follow-up, "Best Love"...


Garth Brooks shuffles in at #91 with his latest, "Baby, Let's Lay Down And Dance", the first single from his Gunslinger album. He's swept it off YouTube, so maybe he'll remember that since the single is already off the country charts missing the top 10 in Billboard (#shade)...

R&B singer Leela James makes her debut on my chart at #94 with "Don't Want You Back", from her sixth album Did It For Love...


Dance-pop singer Bebe Rexha, who has appeared on hits from Martin Garrix, G-Eazy, Cash Cash, and David Guetta, arrives as a lead artist here for the first time at #97 with "I Got You"...


Pop singer/songwriter Julia Michaels slips in at #98 with her first single "Issues". She's written for almost every young pop act around, like Bieber, Selena, Demi, and the like...


The final newbie of the week at #100 is DJ Glenn Thornton who recruits powerhouse dance/gospel singer Dawn Tallman for his club hit "Gonna Be Power"...


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