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Magic Returns To MAGIC! Lovelocks Hit Right $20 Note

MAGIC! appears to have found that special ingredient that makes a hit song with the release of the in-house written and produced love ditty, "Kiss Me." Other notable Canadians this week include The Lovelocks, Jim Cuddy and Barrie, ON's Kansas Stone.

Magic Returns To MAGIC! Lovelocks Hit Right $20 Note

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 downloaded songs in the week ending July 6th and the Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parenthesis.


Top Downloads

  1. MAGIC! “Kiss Me” (RCA/Sony)

  2. Justin Timberlake    SoulMate  (Sony Music Canada)

  3. Steve Aoki  “Pretender” f/AJR & Lil Yachty (DMD/Ultra)

  4. DJ Antoine ft. Karl Wolf & Fito Blanko “Ole Ole” (An Official FIFA World Cup Song) (Vicktory Music Group)

  5. Laye “Goldfinger” (Sony)

  6. Jason Mraz “Have It All” (Easy Star All-Stars & Michael Goldwasser Reggae Mix) (Warner)

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  7. Isaac Basal “Honestly” (RPMpromotion)

  8. The Lovelocks “20 Dollars In My Pocket” (MDM Recordings)

  9. Jim Cuddy “You Be The Leaver” (Diesel Mix) (Warner)

  10. Weezer “Africa” (Warner)

Most Active Indies

  1. The Lovelocks “20 Dollars In My Pocket” (MDM Recordings)

  2. Steve Aoki  “Pretender” f/AJR & Lil Yachty (DMD/Ultra)

  3. Kansas Stone “Blaze Of Nothing” (Wax Records)

  4. Isaac Basal  “Honestly” (RPMpromotion)

  5. DJ Antoine ft. Karl Wolf & Fito Blanko “Ole Ole” (An Official FIFA World Cup Song) (Vicktory Music Group)

  6. Madison Beer “Home With You” (DMD/First Access)

  7. Witchitaw “Moonshine” (Indie)

  8. Wes Mack “PBR State Of Mind” (Indie/Rob Chubey Promo)

  9. Beamer Wigley “Roller Coaster” (Big Star Recordings)

  10. Dylan Holton “Take Your Top Off” (Indie)

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