Hot Mic Artist Trending Report Vol. 33

Neon Entertainment provides you with award-winning national touring artists. Make this year a memorable one by booking the best national acts your school has seen yet. Here are this week’s Trending National acts, you won’t want to miss out on.

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1. Dan Harmon

Dan’s smash animated series Rick & Morty returns for its highly anticipated third season on July 30.

His podcast, Harmontown, has toured across the country and was the subject of an eponymous documentary in 2014.

Dan is the creator of NBC’s Community and is the star and host of Seeso’s comedy/gaming show HarmonQuest.

 

2. Jaboukie Young-White

Jaboukie was recently selected as one of Rolling Stone‘s 25 Under 25 amongst musicians, actors, activists, and comedians.

He is an extremely active social content creator, with over 75,000 followers across Twitter and Instagram.

Jaboukie takes his Brooklyn-bred stand-up comedy to colleges across the country this fall.

 

3.Jonas Blue

“Mama” is impacting US pop radio this week and is already #47 on the charts.

Nominated for a Teen Choice Award for “Next Big Thing”.

Announced as YouTube’s “Artist on the Rise”.

 

4. Chase Rice

New single “Three Chords and The Truth” dropped on 7/22 and is now available on all streaming outlets.

New album Lambs and Lions is now available for pre-order and is set to be released on 9/29.

The Lambs and Lions tour kicks off on 9/15.

 

5. Monroe Martin

Monroe has brought his stand-up to The Tonight Show with Jimmy FallonAdam Devine’s House Party, and Last Comic Standing.

He has appeared in scripted series including Netflix’s Master of None and The Jim Gaffigan Show.

Monroe takes his unique comedic voice honed in Philadelphia to a college campus near you.