Jonas Brothers Debut At #5 On Billboard Artist 100, Re-Enter Social 50 At #2

Jonas Brothers fare well on this week’s Artist 100 and Social %0.

Jonas Brothers and Dr. Phil | Terence Patrick/CBS

Following a week that included a long-awaited reunion, the release of a chart-topping comeback single and a residency on “The Late Late Show With James Corden,” Jonas Brothers make splashes on two major Billboard artist charts.

The trio debuts at #5 on the Billboard Artist 100. Essentially a breakdown of the week’s top artists in America, the chart ranks acts based on factors like album sales, song consumption and social media activity. Ariana Grande tops this week’s listing, earning an eleventh week at #1.

Speaking of social media activity, Jonas Brothers return to the Billboard Social 50 at #5. Members Joe (#10) and Nick (#21) also return to that chart this week.

As previously reported, Jonas Brothers take #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with comeback single “Sucker.”

Written by Brian Cantor

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