Tomorrow's Hits: Pia Mia, The Temperance Movement & Kaleo

Pia Mia photographed in 2015.
Dennis Leupold

Pia Mia photographed in 2015.

Each Friday, Billboard presents Tomorrow's Hits, a weekly look at new and noteworthy acts making their way toward Billboard chart success.

Pia Mia
YouTube continues to help make the radio star, as Pia Mia has translated exposure on the platform into her first chart hit. The pop singer/model/actress debuts on Rhythmic Songs at No. 40 with the sunny "Do It Again" (featuring Chris Brown and Tyga) (Wolfpack/Interscope). She first began posting covers on YouTube in 2009 and now boasts nearly 200,000 followers and more than 30 million views on her official channels. –Gary Trust (@gthot20)

The Temperance Movement
British rock band The Temperance Movement scores its first top on a Billboard airplay chart, as its breakthrough single "Take It Back" (Fantasy/CMG) rises 11-10 on Mainstream Rock Songs. The band doubles its good news, as it has been announced that it will open for The Rolling Stones June 12 in Orlando. The Temperance Movement first supported the legendary group for a handful of European dates in 2014. "Our band formed on a shared agreement that nobody could ever touch the Rolling Stones. Sticky Fingers alone contains some of the greatest rock n' roll performances of all time," says the band, fronted by lead vocalist Phil Campbell. "To open up for them is an honor beyond all our expectations and to watch them still killing it is just pure black magic." –Keith Caulfield (@keith_caulfield)

"All the Pretty Girls," the debut chart single for Icelandic alt-folk group Kaleo, jumps 30-24 as the Greatest Gainer on Billboard's Adult Alternative Songs airplay tally. After the four-piece released its debut album in Iceland in 2013, it relocated to Austin and signed to Elektra/Atlantic. Its rising English-language single is its first American release. Kaleo is currently touring with labelmate Vance Joy. –Emily White (@emwhitenoise)


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