Rolling Stone has announced they’ll be released their own version of popular music charts that people tend to follow Billboard for, and we’re excited to see what may come of it and how they’ll be released.
The list of the charts they’ve announced are below, and the spoiler alerts are towards the end of that list with the news that they’ll be doing a Trending 25 chart and a Breakthrough 25 chart, both of which will show the songs and vibes that are growing the charts quickly or have shown up on the charts for the first time, which is a great way to see what new music is coming into the world and what you may want to follow in the future.
Check out the new list descriptions below:
Rolling Stone New Charts
5Rolling Stone Top 100 Songs
A daily chart that ranks the most consumed songs of the week by audience demand, comprised of on-demand audio + video streams, and song sales.
4Rolling Stone Top 200 Albums
A weekly chart that ranks the most consumed albums of the week by audience demand, comprised of physical and digital album sales, song sales, on-demand audio + video streams.
3Rolling Stone Artist 500
A weekly chart that ranks the most streamed artists of the week by audience demand, comprised of both on-demand audio + video streams.
2Rolling Stone Trending 25
A weekly chart that ranks the fastest-growing songs of the week measured by consumption of on-demand audio + video streams, physical purchases, digital purchases, and airplay spins (radio). The chart does not measure volume of consumption but rather the highest rates of growth week over week, signaling the songs and artists deserving of attention.