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Justin Timberlake, Ruby Waters and Aaron Goodvin Have This Week's Hot New Radio Tracks in Canada

Alongside Timberlake, Canadian country star Goodvin is on the front burner with a tease for an upcoming tour and EP, while Ontario's Ruby Waters continues her march to the top with "Bucket."

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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 March 22. Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parentheses.

Top Downloads



  1. Justin Timberlake “No Angels“ (RCA/Sony)
  2. Aaron Goodvin “Written All Over It” (Sakamoto/Warner)
  3. Djo “End of Beginning” (AWAL/Sony)
  4. Ruby Waters “Bucket” (Wet Records/Canvas Media Promo)
  5. Tenille Townes “Thing That Brought Me Here (Truck Song)” (Sony)
  6. Kiesza “I Go Dance” (Zebra Spirit Tribe/You Are Hear Promo)
  7. Wallows “Calling Me After” (Warner)
  8. Mika “Jane Birkin” (Island/Def Jam/Universal)
  9. Paris “BNB” (Universal)
  10. Zac Brown Band “Tie Up” (Warner)

Top CanCon Downloads


  1. Aaron Goodvin “Written All Over It” (Sakamoto/Warner)
  2. Ruby Waters “Bucket” (Wet Records/Canvas Media Promo)
  3. Tenille Townes “Thing That Brought Me Here (Truck Song)” (Sony)
  4. Kiesza “I Go Dance” (Zebra Spirit Tribe/You Are Hear Promo)
  5. Paris “BNB” (Universal)
  6. Tokyo Police Club “Just A Scratch” (Tokyo Police Club/Canvas Media Promo)
  7. Maggie Andrew “Hurt Myself” (turtlemusik/RPMpromo)
  8. Jamie Fine “Seconds Away” (Universal)
  9. Dear Rouge “Goon” (Cadence/Universal)
  10. JJ Wilde “Best of Me” (Indie/Frontside Promo)

Most Active Indies


  1. Ruby Waters “Bucket” (Wet Records/Canvas Media Promo)
  2. Maggie Andrew “Hurt Myself” (turtlemusik/RPMpromo)
  3. Kiesza “I Go Dance” (Zebra Spirit Tribe/You Are Hear Promo)
  4. Tokyo Police Club “Just A Scratch” (Tokyo Police Club/Canvas Media Promo)
  5. Kae Shelby “This Time” (Indie/Radio Active Promo)
  6. Jon Mullane “Walking Away” (Flying Disc Records)
  7. JJ Wilde “Best of Me” (Indie/Frontside Promo)
  8. Spendit “Hold Up” (Spendit LLC)
  9. Tyler Lorette “In the Dark” (Indie/L. Tutty Promo)
  10. Tebey “Blinding Lights (Country Version)” (Indie/Frontside Promo)
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AP Dhillon smashing his guitar at Coachella

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AP Dhillon Drops Off Coachella's Second Weekend

The Punjabi-Canadian star has faced backlash in Indian media and on social media for his guitar smash on weekend one, but the festival says he's cancelling due to scheduling conflicts.

AP Dhillon is leaving the California desert behind. Coachella announced that the Punjabi-Canadian star will not appear at the festival's second weekend as planned, citing scheduling conflicts. The festival announced it in a follow up tweet to one announcing that rapper Kid Cudi has been added.

While Dhillon's first-weekend performance was well-received by the Coachella crowd and many of his supporters, he's also had some backlash due to how he closed his set, which has been widely covered by media in India.

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