Chet Faker, Bas, Manolo Rose and Stephen Top Billboard's Emerging Artists Chart

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This week there is a good deal of genre diversity as Chet Faker, Bas, Manolo Rose and Stephen top Billboard's Emerging Artists chart.

A month ago Chet Faker released "The Trouble with Us" featuring Marcus Marr off their collaborative Work EP. Faker is known for his smooth tone and catchy lyrics while Marr is a rising DJ and Producer who has made quite the name for himself with the Faker collaboration. "The Trouble with Us" collaboration has an infectiously funky sound paired with solid vocals from Faker.

The track has become a huge hit with fans and it has landed Faker and Marr on the number one spot of the Billboard Emerging Artists chart. You can check out "The Trouble with Us" below.

"The Trouble with Us" ft. Marcus Marr

In at number two is Bas and the incredible track "Night Job" featuring J. Cole. "Night Job" is one of the featured tracks on the Dreamville album, Revenge of The Dreamers II, which released earlier this week.

"Night Job" is one of the many standout tracks on Revenge of The Dreamers II album. The project came as a surprise to fans even after "Night Job" was released as a single just a couple days before the album.

The song might also be a featured track from Bas' upcoming album Too High To Riot, which has yet to have a tentative release date. You can check out "Night Job" below.

"Night Job" by Bas ft. J. Cole

Meanwhile, Manolo Rose and his track "Super Flexin'" take the number three spot of the Billboard Emerging Artists chart. The hardcore hip-hop trap features a bass heavy beat and catchy hook.

It's littered with drug references and lyrics that depict the street life.

The music video for "Super Flexin'" was premiere on WorldStarHipHop as an exclusive track back in June, however it looks like the track has caught a second burst of energy among fans. You can check out "Super Flexin'" below.

"Super Flexin'" by Manolo Rose

Rounding out the top four is Stephen and the powerhouse of a song that is "Crossfire." Stephen's "Crossfire" contains deep lyrics with a new age bend of EDM and hip-hop undertones. He has an incredibly distinctive voice and it matches the overall layout of the track pretty well.

The song is at it's highest peak on the Emerging Artists chart and from the sound of it, it should be rising up the ranks. You can check out "Crossfire" below.

"Crossfire" by Stephen