Towkio, Mick jenkins, Johnny Cinco, Tory Lanez Top Billboard's Emerging Artists Chart

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The Billboard Emerging Artists Chart is getting heavy dose of Hip-Hop as Towkio, Mick Jenkins, Johnny Cinco, Tory Lanez and Bodega Bamz round out the top four.

Towkio's collaboration with Chance The Rapper, Lido and Eryn Allen Kane titled, "Heaven Only Knows" grabs the number one spot. It's a fast pace song with a heavy church vibe. Despite the church styled beat to accentuate the title, the song features verses from Chance and Towkio about love, smoking and what the future happens to hold.

It has a very uplifting feel and it's just an overall feel good fast paced song. There is no surprise as to why the track takes the number one spot on Billboard's Emerging Artists Chart.

"Heaven Only Knows" By Towkio FT. Chance The Rapper, Lido and Eryn Allen Kane

In at the second spot is Mick Jenkin's hard-hitting track titled, "Alchemy." The track is produced by Lee Bannon & Them People and the beat is insane. It has some what of an epic feel with quality bars from Jenkins. He is rising up the ranks of Hip-Hop ranks with his sound and real mind-bending lyrics.

The end of the song has a Kanye West inspired croon that appears to be using auto-tune, hence the similarity. He doesn't shy away from controversy and tracks like "11" are prime examples of that.

"Alchemy" By Mick Jenkins

Yet another Hip-Hop act graces the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart as Johnny Cinco comes in at the third spot with his song "Can't Get Enough," featuring ATL rap supergroup Migos.

It's an ATL song in every sense from the beat, to the delivery style and subject matter. The song is another banger that Migos happens to be associated with as almost everything they touch seems to turn into a hit.

"Can't Get Enough" By Johnny Cinco FT. Migos

Tory Lanez creates a haunting R&B sound for his song "In For It." He doesn't stray away from the rap verses but it's more of a PARTYNEXTDOOR or P. Reign type sound.

There is a Travi$ Scott-like breakdown towards the end that is just perfect to go along with to go along with the rest of the song.

"In For It" By Tory Lanez