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Country Queen Meghan Patrick Hits With Another Hot Song

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

Country Queen Meghan Patrick Hits With Another Hot Song

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 week ending September 7, and the Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parenthesis.


Top Downloads
  1. Meghan Patrick “Walls Come Down” (Warner)

  2. The Reklaws “Feels Like That” (Universal)

  3. Sam Roberts Band “Climb Over Me” (Universal)

  4. lovelytheband “Broken” (RED/Sony)

  5. Jessica Mitchell “Maybe It’s Me” (RGK)

  6. Jason Blaine “Ain’t Got Growin’ Up Down Yet” (Wax)

  7. Loud Luxury x anders “Love No More” (Armada/Sony)

  8. Alert The Medic “What Are The Odds?” (Indie/RPMpromo)

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  9. OneRepublic “Connection” (Mosley/Interscope/Universal)

  10. Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine “Better Off” (Big Machine/Universal)

Most Active Indies
  1. Jessica Mitchell “Maybe It’s Me” (RGK)

  2. Jason Blaine “Ain’t Got Growin’ Up Down Yet” (Wax)

  3. Alert The Medic “What Are The Odds?” (Indie/RPMpromo)

  4. George Canyon “Bring It On” (ole red dot/A. Wilson Promo)

  5. Alice In Chains “Never Fade” (Black Box/Frontside Promo)

  6. Michela Sheedy f. Clayton Bellay “I Make Bad Look Good” (Indie)

  7. Marshmello f. Bastille “Happier” (Universal/DMD Promo)

  8. Dan Badger “Kiss You” (Indie/B. Martineau Promo)

  9. Tim Hicks f. Lindsay Ell “The Worst Kind” (Open Road)

  10. Kendra Kay “Fuel On The Fire” (Indie)

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