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Latto Has This Week's Hot New Radio Track

 

Top Downloads:

Latto Has This Week's Hot New Radio Track

By FYI Staff

 


Top Downloads:

  1. Latto feat. Lu Kala “Lottery” (Streamcut/RCA Records)

  2. Niall Horan “Heaven” (Universal)

  3. Kane Brown “Thank God feat. Katelyn Brown” (RCA Nashville/Sony)

  4. Bebe Rexha “Heart Wants What It Wants” (Warner)

  5. Tim Hicks “Talk To Time” (Open Road Music) INDIE

  6. Jason Derulo & David Guetta “Saturday/Sunday” (Atlantic/Warner)

  7. James Blonde “FOMO” (RPM) Indie

  8. Cole Swindell “Drinkaby” (Warner Music Nashville)

  9. Janelle Monáe Float (feat. Seun Kuti & Egypt 80) (Atlantic Records)

  10. July Talk “When You Stop” (Six Shooter/Universal)

 

Top CanCon Downloads:

  1. Tim Hicks “Talk To Time” (Open Road Music) INDIE

  2. James Blonde “FOMO” (RPM) Indie

  3. July Talk “When You Stop” (Six Shooter/Universal)

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  4. Lydia Sutherland “look like your exes” (Universal)

  5. Feist “Hiding Out In The Open” (Universal Music Canada / Polydor Records France.)

  6. Griffen Palmer “Second Guessing” (Big Loud)

  7. Dallas Smith “Singing In A Beer” (Big Loud/Local Hay)

  8. SonReal “No Romance” (Black Box)

  9. Tyler Joe Miller “Back To Drinkin' Whiskey” (MDM Recordings Inc.)

  10. Megan Dawson “To Fall In Love” (RPM)

 

Most Active Indies:

  1. Fast Romantics “Euphoria” (Postwar Records)

  2. James Blonde “FOMO” (Indie/RPMpromo)

  3. Tim Hicks “Talk To Time” (Open Road Music)

  4. Harrison “A View From The Sky” (Last Gang Records)

  5. JVKE x Blond “Golden Hour (Version Française)” (DMD/JVKE/AWAL)

  6. Tyler Joe Miller “Back To Drinkin' Whiskey” (MDM Recordings Inc.)

  7. NAV “Lately” (XO/Republic/DMD Promo)

  8. Megan Dawson “To Fall In Love” (Indie/RPMpromo)

  9. Kalsey Kulyk “Ain’t Enough Whiskey” (GPS Promotion/Independent)

  10. SonReal “No Romance” (Black Box)

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