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It's Christmas Time On Radio

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

It's Christmas Time On Radio

By FYI Staff

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 weeks ending on Dec. 20.. Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions' company in parentheses.


Top Downloads:

  1. Michael Buble “The Christmas Sweater” (Warner)

  2. Matt Mays “Christmas Eve Day” (Warner/Sonic Records)

  3. Hey Rosetta! “Carry Me Home” (Warner/Sonic Records)

  4. Camila Cabello “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” (Sony/Epic)

  5. Adele “Oh My God” (Sony/Columbia)

  6. Neil Young & Crazy Horse "Song Of The Seasons" and "Heading West" (Warner)

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  7. Jimmy Fallon ft. Ariana Grande & Megan Thee Stallion “It Was A… (Masked Christmas)” (Universal/Republic Records)

  8. Jennifer Hudson “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” (Sony/Epic)

  9. Burna Boy “B. D’OR (feat. Wizkid)” (Warner)

  10. Ed Sheeran & Elton John “Merry Christmas” (Warner)

 

Top CanCon Downloads:

  1. Matt Mays “Christmas Eve Day” (Warner/Sonic Records)

  2. Neil Young & Crazy Horse "Song Of The Seasons" and "Heading West" (Warner)

  3. Classified “The Bells Are Ringing” (Half Life Records / Universal)

  4. Nice Horse “Ugly Christmas Sweater” (Coalition Music)

  5. Matt Andersen “Some Things Never Change” (Warner/Sonic Records)

  6. Josh Ramsay “Lady Mine” (604 Records/RPM Promotion)

  7. Kathi Lewis “Tell Me Your Name (Canadian Release)” (Indie)

  8. Three Days Grace “So Called Life” (Sony/RCA Records)

  9. Ali & Theo “My Grown-Up Christmas List” (Slaight Music)

  10. Ryland James “ A Christmas To Remember (feat. Ralph)” (21 Entertainment / Universal)

 

Most Active Indies:

  1. Kathi Lewis “Tell Me Your Name (Canadian Release)” (Indie)

  2. Josh Ramsay “Lady Mine” (604 Records/RPM Promotion)

  3. Ali & Theo “My Grown Up Christmas List” (Slaight Music)

  4. Shouse “Love Tonight” (DMD/Hell Beach/OneLove)

  5. Mykell Messiah “Show Me” (Morojele Music Group Inc.)

  6. Hardy “Give Heaven Some Hell” (Big Loud)

  7. DVBBS “Set Me Free f/Aloe Blacc” (DMD/Ultra)

  8. Jeremy Dallas “Honky Tonk World” (Principle Projects)

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  9. Lydia Sutherland  “Date a Friend” (B. Chick Promo)

  10. Dallas Smith “Hide From a Broken Heart” (Big Loud)

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