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Ho Ho Ho, Christmas Music Blankets Radio This Week

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

Ho Ho Ho, Christmas Music Blankets Radio This Week

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 Nov. 16, and the Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parenthesis.


Top Downloads

  1. Nikki Yanofsky “Mistletoe” (eOne)

  2. Katy Perry “Cozy Little Christmas” (Capitol/Universal)

  3. Marianas Trench “I Knew You When” (604/Universal)

  4. OneRepublic “White Christmas” (Interscope/Universal)

  5. Devin Dawson “Dark Horse” (Warner)

  6. Ali & Theo “The First Noel” (Slaight/DMD Promo)

  7. Backstreet Boys “Chances” (RCA/Sony)

  8. Ariana Grande “thank u, next” (Republic/Universal)

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  9. Rush “The Trees” (Anthem/Universal)

  10. Jess Glynne “Thursday” (Warner)

Most Active Indies

  1. Nikki Yanofsky “Mistletoe” (eOne)

  2. Ali & Theo “The First Noel” (Slaight/DMD Promo)

  3. Stephanie Beaumont “You Are My Christmas” (Indie/Rae of Hope)

  4. Virginia To Vegas “Yesterday” (Wax/DMD)

  5. Hunter Brothers “Lost” (Open Road)

  6. Suzie McNeil “Christmas Came Early” (Qster)

  7. The Dance “The Bells Of Christmas” (Monrad)

  8. Billy Simard “You Should Know By Now” (Ki-Keek/Briar Anderson Promo)

  9. Lauren Mayell “Rules Need Rebels” (Principle Projects/Fontana North)

  10. Lennie Gallant ft. John Dunsworth “I Still Believe In Santa” (Indie/L. Tutty Promo)

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