Hot Mic Artist Trending Report Vol. 69

The Artist Trending Report is here to tell you who is trending in the entertainment world each week. This week’s report has three artists that are undeniably popular in college entertainment. These acts are perfect for your next homecoming, Fall Fest, or Spring Fest, or other large events on campus.

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1. Jonathan Van Ness

Jonathan stars on Netflix’s “Queer Eye.” The show follows the ‘Fab Five’ as they forge relationships with men and women from a wide array of backgrounds and beliefs often contrary to their own, touching on everything from LGBTQ rights and social commentary to how to make the best farm-to-table guacamole.

Jonathan stars on the Emmy-nominated series “Gay of Thrones,” (Funny or Die) a witty social commentary series recapping HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”

Jonathan also has his podcast “Getting Curious,” a biweekly exploration of all the things Jonathan is curious about from the history of the Armenian Genocide to the opiod crisis in the U.S.

 

2. Saweetie

Saweetie’s single “ICY GIRL” went GOLD globally last week. Signed to Warner Bros, she debuted her EP “High Maintenance” on the Top 10 of the iTunes Hip-Hop chart.

On the Apple Music ‘Top Charts, “High Maintenance” is #23 across all genres and #19 at hip hop/rap.

Saweetie is playing Rolling Loud and Bumbershoot Festivals this year.

 

3. Home Free

Home Free is five world-class vocalists and an other-worldly beatboxer creating extraordinary harmonies. All four of their major label album releases debuted within the Top 5 on the Billboard Country charts.

Their videos have been viewed more than 220M times on YouTube and their first full-length independent release is coming in 2019.