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Billie Eilish Has This Week's Hot New Radio Track

The following are tracks delivered to radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in Canada and broken down into three categories.

Billie Eilish Has This Week's Hot New Radio Track

By David Farrell

The following are tracks delivered to radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in Canada and broken down into three categories. Top Downloads and Top Canadian Downloads represent the most copied tracks in the week ending July 14. Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parentheses.


Top Downloads:

1.    Billie Eilish “What Was I Made For? (From The Motion Picture "Barbie") (Darkroom / Interscope UMC))
2.    Ed Sheeran “Life Goes On (feat. Luke Combs)” (Atlantic Records/Warner Music Canada)
3.    Dominic Fike “Mona Lisa - Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse” (Columbia)
4.    Jain “Makeba” (Sony)
5.    Dierks Bentley “Something Real” (Capitol Nashville / Universal Music Canada)
6.    Fall Out Boy “We Didn't Start the Fire” (Fueled By Ramen/Warner)
7.    Harry Styles “Satellite” (Columbia)
8.    Aaron Goodvin “Country Dance” (Sakamoto / Warner)
9.    Fast Romantics “F. Yourself (Postwar Records)
10.    Tyler Joe Miller “Shoulda Known Better” (MDM Recordings Inc.)

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Top CanCon Downloads:

1.    Aaron Goodvin “Country Dance” (Sakamoto / Warner)
2.    Fast Romantics “F. Yourself (Postwar Records)
3.    Tyler Joe Miller “Shoulda Known Better” (MDM Recordings Inc.)
4.    James Blonde “Say What You Want” (RPMpromotion)
5.    Lemon Cash “Breakup Song” (Sakamoto / Warner)
6.    Crash Adams “Sugar Mommy” (Warner)
7.    Nickelback “High Time” (BMG)
8.    Royal Wood “Just Another Day” (Cordova Bay Records)
9.    Owen Riegling “Love (The Sweater Song)” (Universal)
10.    Portion “Downfall” (Warner)


Most Active Indies:

1.   Cam Kahin “Try Again” (Dine Alone)
2. James Blonde “Say What You Want” (RPMpromotion)
3. Tyler Joe Miller “Shoulda Known Better” (MDM Recordings Inc.)
4. Shawnee Kish “Stella!” (Amelia Recordings)
5. Royal Wood “Just Another Day” (Cordova Bay Records)
6. Luna Elle “Tempo” (Hot Freestyle Records)
7. Bend Sinister “Price You Pay” (RPM / Cordova Bay)
8. Zeus “Air I Walk” (Zeus Music / Arts&Crafts)
9. JRDN “What Do I Got To Do” (RPM / Soul Gala)
10. Ceesar “Never Let You Go” (Independent/BChick Promo)

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Barry McCall

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Hozier Thanks OVO Arena For Clearing Up ‘Misunderstanding’ Over Fans’ ‘Free Palestine’ Scarf

The singer said his team has a "zero policy" about prohibiting sings at shows.

Hozier and the OVO Arena Wembley have apologized and responded to a fan’s complaint about an incident in December in which she was reportedly told to remove a “Free Palestine” scarf before attending one of the singer’s shows. “Thank you to OVO Arena Wembley for clearing up this misunderstanding,” Hozier wrote early Monday morning (Feb. 26) after the venue posted an apology last week to attendee Hiba Ahmad, who said in an earlier X post that she was “pulled aside and escorted to wardrobe” in December while attending a show at the venue while wearing the scarf.

“The team and I have zero policy of prohibiting signs of any kind and I’m sorry to Hiba and her friends that they experienced this at the London show,” Hozier added.

This article was first published by Billboard U.S.

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