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Billboard Canada Year-End Hot 25 Of 2017

Below is a list of the Top 25 tunes that received the most radio airplay in Canada through the year 2017, as compiled by Nielsen BDS between Dec. 6, 2016, and Nov. 25, 2017.

Billboard Canada Year-End Hot 25 Of 2017

By FYI Staff

   TITLEARTIST
1Shape Of YouEd Sheeran
2Something Just Like ThisThe Chainsmokers & Coldplay
3DespacitoFonsi/Yankee Ft. Justin Bieber
4I Feel It ComingThe Weeknd
5There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me BackShawn Mendes
6It Ain’t MeKygo x Selena Gomez
7CloserThe Chainsmokers
8That’s What I LikeBruno Mars
9Say You Won’t Let GoJames Arthur
10StarboyThe Weeknd
11Castle On The HillEd Sheeran
12Don’t Wanna KnowMaroon 5
13Scars To Your BeautifulAlessia Cara
14Slow HandsNiall Horan
1524K MagicBruno Mars
16BelieverImagine Dragons
17Let Me Love YouDJ Snake Ft. Justin Bieber
18I Don’t Wanna Live ForeverZayn x Taylor Swift
19AttentionCharlie Puth
20StayZedd & Alessia Cara
21RockabyeClean Bandit
22Chained To The RhythmKaty Perry
23Love AgainHedley
24Body Like A Back RoadSam Hunt
25SelfishVirginia To Vegas
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Baldeep Randhawa of Live Nation at Canadian Music Week 2024
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Baldeep Randhawa of Live Nation at Canadian Music Week 2024

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Industry leaders supporting the rapid growth of Punjabi music in North America and beyond are looking ahead to what’s next, and what’s needed to make the moment last. They're taking a lead from the similar growth of African music in the Canadian market. Both took the spotlight at Canadian Music Week (CMW) 2024.

Punjabi music experts Baldeep Randhawa of Live Nation, Charlie B of Warner Music Canada and Jashima Wadehra of Ode Consulting, took the stage at the third day of CMW's summit for an in-depth conversation about the present and future of Punjabi music, the fastest-growing music language in the country.

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