The Chart Show: JU$T Reclaims Top Spot

Run the Jewels
Run the Jewels (Timothy Saccenti)

Run The Jewels retake #1 with "JU$T feat. Pharrell Williams and Zach de la Rocha" midway to reaching The Chart Show Hall of Fame. Beyonce holds on to a top 5 spot rising to #2 this week passing Bully, and The Chicks and Michael Stipe and Big Red Machine are close behind and likely to continue rising next week. There are five new entries to the chart this week including Father John Misty who stays on the chart as we lost his Leonard Cohen cover to be replaced with the new single, "To S." Childish Gambino, Waxahatchee, and Elle King fill out the bottom of the chart on their first week and Tame Impala debuts at #13 with "Is It True." The Beths climb to #12 with the second single from their new album "Jump Rope Gazers,"and The Avett Brothers break the top 10 pushing Elvis Costello down the board. The Twin Cities' Chastity Brown is one week from HOF status staying at #10 with "Golden," and Anderson Paak gets one week closer to a ten week run for the 2020 inspired "Lockdown."

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TWLWWksThe Current Chart Show
ArtistSong
125Run The JewelsJU$T feat. Pharrell Williams and Zach de la Rocha
239BeyonceBlack Parade
315BullyWhere To Start
444The ChicksMarch March
554Michael Stipe and Big Red MachineNo Time For Love Like Now
685Christine and the QueensI Disappear In Your Arms
7115Leon BridgesSweeter feat. Terrace Martin
8123The Avett BrothersVictory
973Fiona AppleI Want You To Love Me
10109Chastity BrownGolden
11153My Morning JacketFeel You
12162The BethsOut of Sight
13X1Tame ImpalaIs It True
14139Anderson . PaakLockdown
15146Elvis CostelloNo Flag
16184KhruangbinTime (You and I)
17X1Elle KingThe Let Go
18X1WaxahatcheeCan't Do Much
19X1Childish Gambino19.10
20X1Father John MistyTo S.

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