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BC Country Quartet Me And Mae Scores With 'Summerland'

BC Country Awards winning four-piece Me and Mae crushes the competition this week with "Summerland," an indie release that holds the promise of becoming a summertime staple.

BC Country Quartet Me And Mae Scores With 'Summerland'

By FYI Staff

The following are tracks delivered to radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in Canada and broken down into two categories. Top Downloads represents the most downloaded songs in the week ending May 25, and the Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parenthesis.

 


Top Downloads

  1. Me and Mae “Summerland” (Indie/Sharp 9 Promo)
  2. Tiesto & Dzeko f. Preme & Post Malone “Jackie Chan” (Musical Freedom/DMD Promo)
  3. Belly f. The Weeknd “What You Want” (XO/Roc Nation/Republic/DMD Promo)
  4. Stone Temple Pilots “Roll Me Under” (Warner)
  5. Vance Joy “Saturday Sun” (Warner)
  6. Scott Helman “Ripple Effect” (Warner)
  7. Sam Hunt “Downtown’s Dead” (MCA Nashville/Universal)
  8. Kyle f. Kehlani “Playinwitme” (Warner)
  9. Coleman Hell “Hold On Me” (604/Sony)
  10. Backstreet Boys “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” (RCA/Sony)

Most Active Indies

  1. Me and Mae “Summerland” (Indie/Sharp 9 Promo)

  2. Tiesto & Dzeko f. Preme & Post Malone “Jackie Chan” (Musical Freedom/DMD Promo)

  3. Belly f. The Weeknd “What You Want” (XO/Roc Nation/Republic/DMD Promo)

  4. The Motorleague “Everyone Is Digital” (Van Door/Musiconomi/RPMpromo)

  5. The Elwins “Never Felt So Good” (Hidden Pony/Canvas Promo)

  6. Dean Brody “Good Goodbye” (Open Road)

  7. The Prairie States “Tongue Tied” (Indie)

  8. Durham County Band “Back Roads” (Indie/D. Wood Promo)

  9. Aaron Pritchett “Worth A Shot” (Big Star/A. Wilson Promo)

  10. Vietnam f. J-Hood “Gather Up” (Dominant)

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The documentary about the Atlanta festival arrives on March 21.
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The documentary about the Atlanta festival arrives on March 21.

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21 Savage, Lil Jon, Killer Mike & More Reflect on Freaknik’s Legacy in ‘Wildest Party Never Told’ Trailer

The documentary about the Atlanta festival arrives on March 21.

Freaknik took HBCU spring breaks in Atlanta throughout the ’80s and ’90s by storm. The cultural street party has been turned into a documentary as Hulu’s Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told is set to arrive on the streamer on March 21.

Ahead of the P. Frank Williams-directed documentary’s debut at SXSW next month, Hulu unleashed a trailer detailing the Black excellence to give those that attended a nostalgic blast from the past and inform those who didn’t have the chance to learn about the history they missed out on.

This article was originally published by Billboard U.S.

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