Moderat, Frightened Rabbit, Dua Lipa and Majid Jordan Top Billboard's Emerging Artists Chart

This week Moderat, Frightened Rabbit, Dua Lipa and Majid Jordan have earned the top four spots on the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart for the time being.

In at number one is Moderat and its intoxicating track "Reminder." The electronic trio has combined alternative sounds, soft vocals and an electronic twist that creates something quite enjoyable to listen to. The new music comes from the III album that is expected to release on April 1.

The album contains nine tracks and if they are anything like "Reminder," fans are in for quite the treat. You can check out the music video for "Reminder" below.

"Reminder" by Moderat

The number two spot belongs to Frightened Rabbit and their track "Death Dream." The melancholic alternative track paints a haunting yet elegant photo in your mind.

While the lyrics are quite harsh in some sense, the band manages to really create a beautiful track with "Death Dream." In the lyrics, the band's upcoming album title, "Painting of a Panic Attack" is mentioned giving a little more description of what happens when you have a "Death Dream." Painting of a Panic Attack is scheduled to release on April 8.

You can check out "Death Dream" below.

"Death Dreams" by Frightened Rabbit

Dua Lipa has the number three spot on Billboard's Emerging Artists Chart with "Last Dance." The track features and awesome EDM feel that would probably be a prime subject of a remix from one of the many DJ's on the scene.

"Last Dance" has a similar feel to Dua Lipa's "Be The One" but it is a lot more radio friendly and has the sound of modern day radio hit. You can check out the music video for "Last Dance" below.

"Last Dance" by Dua Lipa

Rounding out the top four is Majid Jordan and their hit track "Learn From Each Other." "Learn From Each Other" is a featured track off the self-titled debut album that has been a huge hit with fans.

With soft vocals and smooth chill beats, Majid Jordan is rising up the ladder to success.

The bump in popularity of the song could be attributed to the recently released music video for "Learn From Each Other," which you can check out below.

"Learn From Each Other" by Majid Jordan