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Montreal's Charlotte Cardin Hits A Homer With 'Meaningless'

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

Montreal's Charlotte Cardin Hits A Homer With 'Meaningless'

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 Feb. 26. Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parentheses.


Top Downloads:

1.    Charlotte Cardin “Meaningless (Nouveau Mix Radio)” (Cult Nation/Sony)
2.    The Offspring “Let The Bad Times Roll” (Concord/Universal)
3.    Kenny Chesney “Knowing You” (Warner)
4.    Jon Pardi “Tequila Little Time” (Capitol Nashville/Universal)
5.    Black Eyed Peas X Shakira “Girl Like Me” (The Black Eyed Peas/Epic/Sony)
6.    We Were Sharks “Problems” (KnownAccomplice/Cadence/RPMpromo)
7.    Luke Combs “Forever After All” (River House/Columbia Nashville/Sony)
8.    Tyler Shaw “When You’re Home” (Sony)
9.    Corey Hart “Shoreline (feat. Dante Hart)” (Warner)
10.    Forest Blakk “If You Love Her” (Warner)

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Top CanCon Downloads:

1.    Charlotte Cardin “Meaningless (Nouveau Mix Radio)” (Cult Nation/Sony)
2.    We Were Sharks “Problems” (KnownAccomplice/Cadence/RPMpromo)
3.    Tyler Shaw “When You’re Home” (Sony)
4.    Corey Hart “Shoreline (feat. Dante Hart)” (Warner)
5.    Forest Blakk “If You Love Her” (Warner)
6.    Shantaia “Had A Good Weekend” (Indie/RPMpromo)
7.    Command Sisters “Rain On My Parade” (21 Ent/Universal)
8.    Tim Hicks “The Good, the Bad and the Pretty” (Open Road)
9.    Aaron Goodvin, Amber Marshall, Duane Steele, Michelle Wright, Scarlett Butler “Looking for a Lockdown with You” (Reluctant Cowboy)
10.    The Strumbellas “Greatest Enemy” (eOne)

Most Active Indies:

1.    We Were Sharks “Problems” (KnownAccomplice/Cadence/RPMpromo)
2.    Lemon Cash “Wine Tonight” (Indie/L. Tutty Promo)
3.    Shantaia “Had A Good Weekend” (Indie/RPMpromo)
4.    Revive The Rose “Need You Now” (Indie/RPMpromo)
5.    Tim Hicks “The Good, the Bad and the Pretty” (Open Road)
6.    Aaron Goodvin, Amber Marshall, Duane Steele, Michelle Wright, Scarlett Butler “Looking for a Lockdown with You” (Reluctant Cowboy)
7.    Jonny Lee “Come Back” (Indie)
8.    The Strumbellas “Greatest Enemy” (eOne)
9.    Yukon Blonde “YGTT” (Dine Alone/Canvas Media Promo)
10.    Rosewood Ave “Fool for Love” (Willow Sound)

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Celine Dion Battled Extreme Muscle Spasms From Stiff-Person Syndrome With Dangerously High Doses of Valium: ‘It Could Have Been Fatal’

The singer opened up about her decade-long struggle with the rare neurological disorder in Tuesday night's (June 11) primetime NBC special.

Celine Dion was so desperate to alleviate the pain from severe muscle spasms during her secret, nearly two-decade-long battle with the rare neurological and autoimmune disease Stiff-Person Syndrome that she took near-lethal doses of Valium in search of relief. In her one-hour primetime NBC special on Tuesday night (June 11), Dion said she took up to 90 milligrams of the medication used to treat anxiety, seizures and muscle spasms, an amount that is more than twice the recommended daily dose.

“I did not know, honestly, that it could kill me. I would take, for example before a performance, 20 milligrams of Valium, and then just walking from my dressing room to backstage — it was gone,” Dion said of the instant pain relief the medication offered at levels, however that “could have been fatal” if she’d continued at that pace. “At one point, the thing is, that my body got used to it at 20 and 30 and 40 [milligrams] until it went up. And I needed that. It was relaxing my whole body. For two weeks, for a month, the show would go on… but then you get used to [and] it doesn’t work anymore.”

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