Plus: Meek Mill returns to the list at No. 15 after release from jail.

Kanye West's week seemingly unending tweets (and corresponding media attention) vaults him back onto Billboard’s Social 50 chart, re-entering at No. 2 on the May 5-dated list.

The Social 50 is powered by data tracked by music analytics company Next Big Sound and ranks the most popular artists on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Wikipedia and Tumblr. The chart's methodology blends weekly additions friends/fans/followers along with artist page views and engagement. The chart’s latest tracking week ended April 26.

West, who initially reactivated his Twitter account on April 14, reaches No. 2 — his highest ranking since hitting No. 2 in March 2016 — with 2.5 million retweets and 898,000 mentions in the week ending April 26, according to Next Big Sound.

In the process, West announced new music — some his own, some he simply produced, slowly revealing details the not-yet-released material as the week wore on.

Later, the rapper began catching flak for his positive tweets about President Donald Trump. In an April 25 tweet, he called Trump his “brother” and said they were both “dragon energy.”

You don't have to agree with trump but the mob can't make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don't agree with everything anyone does. That's what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought.

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 25, 2018

West isn’t the only artist to return to the Social 50. Meek Mill re-enters the Social 50 for the first time since August 2017, climbing back on at No. 15 — his first time in the top 20 in nearly three years.

The rapper was released from a lengthy jail stint on April 24 while awaiting the outcome a Pennsylvania Supreme Court appeal his two- to four-year jail sentence.

He earned a 365 percent boost in Wikipedia views and 153,000 Twitter mentions, spurred in part by multiple tweets on the day his release, including one to “God, my family and all my public advocates for their love, support and encouragement.”

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