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Canucks Breathing Fire On Tay Tay's No. 1 Christmas Sauce

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

Canucks Breathing Fire On Tay Tay's No. 1 Christmas Sauce

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 copied tracks in the weeks ending Dec. 6, and the Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parenthesis.


Top Downloads

  1. Taylor Swift “Christmas Tree Farm” (Republic/Universal)
  2. Alanis Morissette “Reasons I Drink” (Crush Music/Dirty Tigers)
  3. The Weeknd “Blinding Lights” (XO/Republic/DMD Promo)
  4. Alexander Stewart “Backwards” (Cherrytree/Warner)
  5. Harry Styles “Adore You” (Columbia/Sony)
  6. City and Colour “Difficult Love” (Dine Alone/Canvas Promo)
  7. Stormzy “Own It (feat. Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy)” (Warner)
  8. JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels “If The World Was Ending” (Arista/Sony)
  9. Jonas Brothers “Like It’s Christmas” (Republic/Universal)
  10. Carly Pearce & Lee Brice “I Hope You’re Happy Now” (Big Machine)

Most Active Indies

  1. Alanis Morissette “Reasons I Drink” (Crush Music/Dirty Tigers)
  2. The Weeknd “Blinding Lights” (XO/Republic/DMD Promo)
  3. City and Colour “Difficult Love” (Dine Alone/Canvas Promo)
  4. Holy Fuck “Free Gloss (ft. Nicholas Allbrook)” (Last Gang)
  5. The Weeknd “Heartless” (XO/Republic/DMD Promo)
  6. Adrienne Taylor “Heartstrings” (Tumbleweed)
  7. Tamia “Someday at Christmas” (eOne)
  8. Flight School “Give It All f/ Candace Sosa” (Flight School/DMD)
  9. Julian Austin “Christmas Was Born” (Bulldacious/L. Tutty Promo)
  10. Alexis Lynn “Christmas Cards” (Indie)
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