This week was surprising, in more ways than one. For starters, some artists entered the list this week that haven't been around for a while. Those appearances span from Hip Hop to Pop, and the results were pretty big. We've mentioned this before, but that's the good part of the year ending. Artists are looking to leave the year with a bang, and that's exactly what the artists did this week. Check them out.
Eminem is Everywhere, Along With T.I. and J. Cole
When Eminem shows up to the party, everyone wants to attend. That's what usually happens in the Top Singles world. While T.I. showed up a few times this week - at #2 with Andre 3000 on "Sorry" and #4 on Big Boi's "In the A" - and J. Cole showed up on Fab's "Louis Vuitton" at #5 and as producer of Kendrick Lamar's "The Jig Is Up" at #9, Eminem was the winner. He helped 50 Cent's "My Life" with Adam Levine hit the #1 spot. He also appeared on Skylar Grey's "C'Mon Let Me Ride" at #3.
Adam Levine and Skylar Grey Are On the Hip Hop List
Speaking of Adam Levine and Skylar Grey, these two returned to the winners' circle. Adam Levine was previously a part of the Top Singles with his "Moves Like Jagger" remix with Mac Miller, and Skylar last popped up on Slaughterhouse's "Our House." This week though they're both in the Top 3 songs, with Adam on the aforementioned #1 song and Skylar on her own track at #3. When Hip Hop meets Pop, the results are always huge.