The Chart Show: LaPlante Lands Hall of Fame

Monica LaPlante
Monica LaPlante performing live in The Current studio (MPR / Nate Ryan)

Congrats to Monica LaPlante who makes a Chart Hall of Fame debut after ten weeks on the chart with "Compression." Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings push to #1 this week with their soulfilled rendition of the Mickey Newbury song, "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)."

Fiona Apple and Billie Eilish hold onto the top five along with Foo Fighters who have yet to release their new album. Jeremy Messersmith's project, Mixtape for the Milkyway stays at #7 but Jade Bird and NUR-D are close behind as two of the biggest gainers on the chart this week. The Budos Band are the only entry this week with their slow psychedelic funk jam, "Gun Metal Grey." Help us build next week's chart by voting for your favorite new songs and listen on Wednesday nights.

TWLWWksThe Current Chart Show
ArtistSong
146Sharon Jones and The Dap-KingsJust Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
216Fiona AppleUnder the Table
366Lana Del ReyLet Me Love You Like A Woman
427Billie EilishTherefore I Am
557Foo FightersShame Shame
695Matt BerningerOne More Second
779Mixtape for the MilkywayNo Sidewalks
8187Jade BirdHeadstart
9103Valerie JuneStay
10193NUR-DBandAid prod. Cxdy
11117The StrokesThe Adults Are Talking
121610Monica LaPlanteCompression
1384Arlo ParksHurt
14158Blu DeTigerFigure It Out
15122CommonSay Peace
16146Run The JewelsNo Save Point
17203Dua SalehAngel Rock
18X1The Budos BandGun Metal Grey
19133Julien BakerFaith Healer
20173Boy PabloHey Girl

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  • The Chart Show Ballot Vote every week for your top five tracks (and enter our weekly ticket giveaway while you're at it), then tune in Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. CT to see if your favorites make the Chart Show!
  • The Chart Show Hall of Fame When a song stays on The Chart Show's chart for more than 10 weeks, we retire it from the poll and it enters the very prestigious Chart Show Hall of Fame.

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