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Hat Trick Of Hits From Reuben & The Dark Advances Next Album

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Hat Trick Of Hits From Reuben & The Dark Advances Next Album

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 March 09 and the Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parenthesis.


Top Downloads

  1. Shinedown “Devil” (Warner)

  2. Reuben And The Dark “All Or Nothing” (Arts & Crafts/Canvas Promo)

  3. Gavin James “Hearts on Fire” (Universal)

  4. Imagine Dragons “Whatever It Takes” (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope/Universal)

  5. Janelle Monae “Make Me Feel” (Warner)

  6. Bobby Wills “Out of Your Mind” (MDM/Dale Speaking Promo)

  7. Dua Lipa “IDGAF” (Warner)

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  8. Band of Rascals “Little Longer Now” (Blue Heron/RPMpromo)

  9. Meghan Trainor “No Excuses” (Epic)

  10. Don Amero “Live While I’m Still Alive” (Porch Swing/Pitbull Promo)

Most Active Indies

  1. Reuben And The Dark “All Or Nothing” (Arts & Crafts/Canvas Promo)

  2. Band of Rascals “Little Longer Now” (Blue Heron/RPMpromo)

  3. Don Amero “Live While I’m Still Alive” (Porch Swing/Pitbull Promo)

  4. Bobby Wills “Out of Your Mind” (MDM/Dale Speaking Promo)

  5. Jamie Warren “Drink Along Song” (Too Hip/D. Wood Promo)

  6. 54-40 “Sucker for Your Love” (El Mocambo/RPMpromo)

  7. Bad Wolves “Zombie” (Eleven Seven)

  8. Kim Thompson “Game of Love” (Sugar and Spurs/B. Anderson Promo)

  9. Emerson Drive “The Road” (Big Star/A. Wilson Promo)

  10. Romes “When the Night Comes” (Eleven Seven/Frontside Promo)

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