FearlessRiOT Top 20 Music Countdown [May 26, 2017]

Gorillaz would probably have more #1 songs if they released music more often than they actually do, or if the Top 20 Countdown started around 2005 when “Feel Good Inc.” and “Dare” were released. In that was the case, “Feel Good Inc.” actually would have been #1 several times over. But since this countdown started years later in 2008, Gorillaz haven’t charted much due to their sparse releases since then, with their sole #1 song before now being their 2010 Bobby Womack and Mos Def collaboration “Stylo”. Seven years later, they finally land a second #1 song with “Saturnz Barz” sending Sabrina Carpenter‘s “Thumbs” down to #2. Paramore are down to #3 with “Hard Times”, Bruno Mars sits at #4 with “That’s What I Like”, and Kendrick Lamar lands at #5 with “HUMBLE.” Rounding out the Top 10 are “Paradise” by S.E.S. at #6, “Stay” by Zedd & Alessia Cara at #7, “Invisible” by Christina Grimmie at #8, “Catch Me When I Fall” by Stitched Up Heart at #9, and “I’m the One” by DJ Khaled, Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, Quavo, & Lil Wayne at #10, which make it the first Top 10 for Khaled, Chance, and Quavo. We also have two countdown debuts this week, both from hard rock/heavy metal acts as Chris Jericho‘s band Fozzy charts their fourth song on the Top 20 and the Maria Brink-led In This Moment charts their sixth.

Check out the FearlessRiOT Top 20 Music Countdown for the week of May 26th, 2017!

BONUS SONG – #1 This Week A Year Ago:
Alessia Cara “Wild Things”

#20) Harry Styles “Sign of the Times”
[6th WEEK + PEAK: #16]

#19) Fozzy “Judas”
[DEBUT + PEAK: #19]

#18) In This Moment “Oh Lord”
[DEBUT + PEAK: #18]

#17) Ed Sheeran “Shape of You”
[19th WEEK + PEAK: #1]

#16) Bleeker “Highway”
[2nd WEEK + PEAK: #16]

#15) Maren Morris “I Could Use A Love Song”
[3rd WEEK + PEAK: #15]

#14) Sofia Carson feat. Alan Walker “Back to Beautiful”
[5th WEEK + PEAK: #14]

#13) Tinashe “Flame”
[9th WEEK + PEAK: #10]

#12) CFO$ feat. Lesley Roy “Feel the Flame (Ember Moon)”
[4th WEEK + PEAK: #12]

#11) Keith Urban & Carrie Underwood “The Fighter”
[15th WEEK+ PEAK: #1]

#10) DJ Khaled feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, & Lil Wayne “I’m The One”
[3rd WEEK + PEAK: #10]

#9) Stitched Up Heart “Catch Me When I Fall”
[5th WEEK + PEAK: #9]

#8) Christina Grimmie “Invisible”
[10th WEEK + PEAK: #6]

#7) Zedd & Alessia Cara “Stay”
[10th WEEK + PEAK: #1]

#6) S.E.S. “Paradise”
[10th WEEK + PEAK: #6]

#5) Kendrick Lamar “HUMBLE.”
[7th WEEK + PEAK: #1]

#4) Bruno Mars “That’s What I Like”
[14th WEEK + PEAK: #1]

#3) Paramore “Hard Times”
[5th WEEK + PEAK: #1]

#2) Sabrina Carpenter “Thumbs”
[12th WEEK + PEAK: #1]

#1) Gorillaz feat. Popcaan “Saturnz Barz”
[9th WEEK + PEAK: #1]

Top 20 - 5-26-17

Countdown Contenders to Watch For:
+ Camila Cabello “Crying in the Club”
+ Carly Rae Jepsen “Cut to the Feeling”
+ Chance the Rapper “All Night”
+ Cheat Codes feat. Demi Lovato “No Promises”
+ Chris Stapleton “Second One to Know”
+ Dove Cameron, Sofia Carson, Cameron Boyce, &BooBoo Stewart “Ways to Be Wicked”
+ Ed Sheeran “Castle on the Hill”
+ Gorillaz feat. D.R.A.M. “Andromeda”
+ Green Day “Revolution Radio”
+ Hailee Steinfeld “Most Girls”
+ HAIM “Right Now”
+ HAIM “Want You Back”
+ Halestorm “Hey Daughter”
+ Halsey feat. Lauren Jauregui “Strangers”
+ Incubus “Glitterbomb”
+ Jeremih feat. Chris Brown & Big Sean “I Think of You”
+ Kygo & Ellie Goulding “First Time”
+ Lauren Alaina “Doin’ Fine”
+ Liam Payne feat. Quavo “Strip That Down”
+ Michelle Branch “Hopeless Romantic”
+ Midland “Drinkin’ Problem”
+ Miranda Lambert “We Should Be Friends”
+ Oh Wonder “Ultralife”
+ Paramore “Told You So”
+ Shakira “Me Enamore”
+ Stone Sour “Fabuless”
+ Stone Sour “Song #3”
+ ZZ Ward “Help Me Mama”

You can recommend music by placing suggestions in the comment section below or hitting me up @FearlessRiOT on Twitter! And on a final note, remember to keep the victims and relatives of the Manchester bombing in your prayers. What was meant to be a fun night of music for fans of Ariana Grande unfortunately ended in the death of 22 fans, a cruel reminder of how tragically cruel and hateful some people are, that they feel justified in threatening the recreational freedom of innocent people who just want to have a good time. It’s important that we don’t allow terrorism to win.

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