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Trending 25

The fastest-rising songs of the week

Last Updated 4 hours Ago

Aug 9, 2019 - Aug 15, 2019

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Methodology

The Rolling Stone Trending 25 ranks new songs that are seeing the greatest gains in popularity each week, measured by percentage growth in audio streams. Rather than simply tallying the biggest songs, the Trending chart offers a truly in-the-moment view of music by highlighting tracks picking up the most momentum, week over week. The greater a song’s percentage of growth in streams compared to the previous week, the higher the position on the chart. Because the chart focuses on newer music, eligible songs must have been released in the past three years and have reached a certain threshold of consumption (popularity) at the start of the measuring period. Each week, Rolling Stone publishes an official version of the Trending 25 chart, covering the seven-day period ending with the previous Thursday. To read more about our methodology, including our weighting practices, visit our General Methodology.

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1

Love Me

Lil Tecca
Weekly Growth 55%
2

World For Two

King Calaway
Weekly Growth 30%
3

Meant to Be

Bebe Rexha
Weekly Growth 5%
4

The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home

Justin Moore
Weekly Growth 3%
5

Lonely If You Are

Chase Rice
Weekly Growth -3%
6

It All Comes Out in the Wash

Miranda Lambert
Weekly Growth -4%
7

We Were

Keith Urban
Weekly Growth -6%
8

Dive Bar (featuring Blake Shelton)

Garth Brooks
Weekly Growth -6%
9

Did It Again

Lil Tecca
Weekly Growth -7%
10

Dance Monkey

Tones and I
Weekly Growth -9%
11

Miss Me More

Kelsea Ballerini
Weekly Growth -9%
12

Love Someone

Brett Eldredge
Weekly Growth -10%
13

Living

Dierks Bentley
Weekly Growth -11%
14

I Don't Belong In This Club

Why Don't We & Macklemore
Weekly Growth -13%
15

Eyes On You

Chase Rice
Weekly Growth -13%
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