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The Chart Show: "Lego Ring" snaps into the chart

Faye Webster and Lil Yachty are musicians and friends from Atlanta.
Faye Webster and Lil Yachty are musicians and friends from Atlanta.Michelle Mercado
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March 07, 2024

This week on the Chart Show, The Black Keys rise to the top with “Beautiful People (Stay High),” the lead single from their forthcoming album, Ohio Players, which releases April 5. Meanwhile, it’s a pair of lucky 13s for Cage The Elephant and for Khruangbin, each of whom climb 13 spots this week: Khruangbin’s “A Love International” jumps 13 spots from No. 20 to No. 7, and Cage The Elephant take “Neon Pill” from No. 17 to No. 4.

New songs you voted into the chart this week are Pearl Jam’s “Dark Matter,” which makes its debut at No. 12, and “Lego Ring” by Atlanta music pals Faye Webster and Lil Yachty, which debuts at No. 19.

Visit the Chart Show ballot to vote for your favorite new songs on The Current for next week’s show. When you vote, you’ll be entered for a chance to see Sleater-Kinney at the Palace Theatre in St. Paul on Saturday, March 23.

Heads up, Chart Show Voters — as you can see, The Current has a fresh, new website. To vote on your top tracks of the week, you’ll need to create an account.

Then be sure to listen to the Chart Show on Thursday at noon!