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David Guetta & OneRepublic Score This Week's Hot New Radio Hit in Canada

Also earning strong response are Canadian singers Nicky MacKenzie and Jess Moskaluke, plus Kammi's haunting cover of a classic Mazzy Star hit.

David Guetta & OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder

David Guetta & OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder

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The following are tracks delivered to radio by digital distributor Yangaroo in Canada and broken down into three categories. Top Downloads and Top Canadian Downloads represent the most copied tracks in the week ending April 12. Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parentheses.

Top Downloads



  1. David Guetta & OneRepublic “I Don’t Want to Wait” (Warner)
  2. Dua Lipa “Illusion” (Atlantic/Warner)
  3. Hozier “Too Sweet” (Columbia/Sony)
  4. Teddy Swims “The Door” (Warner)
  5. Cody Johnson “Dirt Cheap” (Warner)
  6. Luke Bryan “Love You, Miss You, Mean It” (Universal)
  7. Trinix “Hot Stepper” (Warner France/Warner)
  8. Nicky MacKenzie “Morals” (Blue Heron/You Are Hear Promo)
  9. Kehlani “After Hours” (Warner)
  10. Kamii “Fade into You” (Kamii Music)

Top CanCon Downloads


  1. Nicky MacKenzie “Morals” (Blue Heron/You Are Hear Promo)
  2. Kamii “Fade into You” (Kamii Music)
  3. Jess Moskaluke “Cheap Wine and Cigarettes (Jack Trades Remix)” (MDM/Dale Speaking Promo)
  4. Scenic Route to Alaska “Lasts Forever” (Slow Weather/Canvas Media Promo)
  5. Shawn Austin “Words” (Local Hay/Big Loud)
  6. Tenille Townes “Thing That Brought Me Here (Truck Song)” (Sony)
  7. Chris Buck Band “Cowboy Boots (feat. Gord Bamford)” (Sakamoto/ADA/Warner)
  8. Dallas Smith “Use Me” (Local Hay/Big Loud)
  9. Johnny Orlando “Wait for You” (Universal)
  10. Virginia To Vegas “Time!” (Wax/You Are Hear Promo)

Most Active Indies


  1. Kamii “Fade into You” (Kamii Music)
  2. Nicky MacKenzie “Morals” (Blue Heron/You Are Hear Promo)
  3. Scenic Route to Alaska “Lasts Forever” (Slow Weather/Canvas Media Promo)
  4. The Damn Truth “I Just Gotta Let You Know” (Spectra Musique/Canvas Media Promo)
  5. Jess Moskaluke “Cheap Wine and Cigarettes (Jack Trades Remix)” (MDM/Dale Speaking Promo)
  6. Five Finger Death Punch “This is the Way” (Better Noise)
  7. Shawn Austin “Words” (Local Hay/Big Loud)
  8. Dallas Smith “Use Me” (Local Hay/Big Loud)
  9. Tristan Horncastle “Closer Than We Think” (Indie)
  10. Drew Gregory “This Side of Dirt” (Willing/Universal/B. Martineau Promo)
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Iron Butterfly's Doug Ingle performs at the Fillmore East on February 1, 1969 in New York City.
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Iron Butterfly's Doug Ingle performs at the Fillmore East on February 1, 1969 in New York City.

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Obituaries: Iron Butterfly's Doug Ingle, Disney Film Songwriter Richard M. Sherman

This week we also acknowledge the passing of Train bassist Charlie Colin and Jon Wysocki, founding member and drummer of Staind.

Doug Ingle, singer/keyboardist who co-founded the heavy rock band Iron Butterfly, died on May 24, at age 78. A cause has not been reported.

"Ingle, writer of Iron Butterfly’s signature song In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, was the last surviving member of the group’s classic lineup, which was formed in San Diego in 1966. Drummer Ron Bushy died in 2021 at age 79, bassist Lee Dornan passed in 2012 at age 70, and guitarist Erik Brann died in 2003 at age 52," Billboard's obituary notes.

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