Alessia Cara, Ground Up & Omen Top Billboards Emerging Artists Charts

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This week's Billboard Emerging Artists Chart's top four sees two new faces and one who's been up and down the chart.

Alessia Cara, Ground Up and Omen are the three artists who round out the top four right now, yes, one of these artists actually has two hits in the top four.

Kicking things off at number one is Alessia Cara and her intoxicating track titled, "Here." The loner anthem has gained Cara much attention for her incredibly refreshing voice, including much support for Ryan Seacrest and his crew.

She also gained the attention of Taylor Swift after conducting a cover of "Bad Blood." Fans who are enjoying "Here" will be even more excited to hear that Cara's debut album "Know-It All" is scheduled to be released this fall. For more of Cara fans can check out her YouTube Channel where you can find a bunch of covers that will blow you away.

Check out "Here" below.

Alessia Cara's "Here" Music Video

The number two spot belongs to Ground Up and their track "Right Now." The rap trio confesses that all they want to do is get rich right now in the track that has now reached it's peak spot of number two. The sound is an interesting blend of EDM sounds and Hip-Hop invoking a more hardcore party vibe.

You can check out more Ground Up tracks here.

Ground Up "Right Now" Music Video

Omen is the weeks big winner on the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart. "Things Change" featuring J. Cole is at the number three spot while the titled track from his debut album "Elephant Eyes" lands in the number four spot.

Earlier this week we gave the "Elephant Eyes" album an in-depth review and concluded that it was an incredible debut from the Dreamville artist.

He is one of the many promising rising artists in Hip-Hop and fans will see why Cole chose to have him on his team. Check out the tracks below.

"Things Change" Featuring J. Cole

"Elephant Eyes"