Uncharted (chart)

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Kygo topped the chart 6 times and later achieved great commercial success
Robin Schulz topped the chart in 2014 and subsequently achieved chart success with a number of remixes.

Uncharted was a music chart published by Billboard. The chart was first published for the issue dated January 29, 2011, with Traphik in the number-one position.[1]

The Uncharted chart tracked artists who had not yet appeared on any of a list of over 80 other Billboard charts. Chart positions were determined from views in online sites, such as YouTube, MySpace and Twitter,[2] it corresponded with an "Uncharted Territory" column published in each week's issue.[3]

List of number-one artists[edit]

The record-holder for the longest time at #1 was DJ Bl3nd, who topped the chart for 62 non-consecutive weeks

Listing accurate up to and including chart dated June 7, 2014

  1. DJ Bl3nd - 62 times
  2. Traphik - 35 times
  3. CAKED UP - 18 times
  4. Sungha Jung - 15 times
  5. Noisia - 9 times
  6. Gramatik - 9 times
  7. Kygo - 6 times
  8. The Deadlines - 3 times
  9. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - 2 times
  10. Sonu Niigaam - 2 times

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Billboard Launches Uncharted, The First-Ever Ranking Of Undiscovered Artists". Billboard. 2011-01-20. Retrieved 2011-01-23. 
  2. ^ "Billboard to start ranking breakout artists". Associated Press. 2011-01-20. Retrieved 2011-01-23. 
  3. ^ Nagy, Evie (2011-01-20). "Uncharted Territory: News and Notes on Billboard's New Chart of Emerging Artists". Billboard. Retrieved 2011-01-23.