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Old Dominion's Summer Celebration Is This Week's Hot Radio Hit

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

Old Dominion's Summer Celebration Is This Week's Hot Radio Hit

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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 May 28. Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parentheses.


Top Downloads

1. Old Dominion “I Was On a Boat That Day” (Arista Nashville/Sony)
2. BTS “Butter” (Sony)
3. Anne-Marie & Niall Horan “Our Song” (Warner)
4. Galantis, David Guetta & Little Mix “Heartbreak Anthem” (Warner)
5. James Barker Band “Over All Over Again” (Universal)
6. Matt Lang “In a Bar” (Jayward Artist Group Inc./ Sony)
7. Anitta “Girl From Rio” (Warner)
8. L.A Rats “I’ve Been Everywhere” (John Varvatos / Big Machine)
9. Nelly & Florida Georgia Line “Lil Bit” (BMLG / Columbia)
10. Inhaler “Cheer Up Baby” (Polydor/Universal)

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Top CanCon Downloads:

1. James Barker Band “Over All Over Again” (Universal)
2. Matt Lang “In a Bar” (Jayward Artist Group Inc./ Sony)
3. The Redhill Valleys “Finish Line” (Wild and Green Records)
4. The Washboard Union “Never Run Outta Road” (Warner)
5. Ryan Keown “She Got That Too” (Indie/Principle Projects)
6. Tate McRae “Slower” (RCA/Sony)
7. Jamie Warren “Cows and Corn” (Too Hip Records/ Lauren Tutty Promo)
8. The Road Hammers “The Boys Are Back At It” (Open Road Recordings)
9. Newlaw “Luck Stupid Crazy” (Indie / Pitbull Promo)
10. Cambree Lovesy “Stompin’ Ground (Maple Country Records/B Martineau Promo)

Most Active Indies:

1. Daughtry “Heavy is The Crown” (RPMpromotion / Dogtree / ADA)
2. The Blue Stones “One By One” (eOne)
3. The Redhill Valleys “Finish Line” (Wild and Green Records)
4. Ryan Keown “She Got That Too” (Indie/Principle Projects)
5. The Road Hammers “The Boys Are Back At It” (Open Road Recordings)
6. Jamie Warren “Cows and Corn” (Too Hip Records/ Lauren Tutty Promo)
7. Graham Trude “PTSD” (MSW Media Group/Michael Webb Promo)
8. Cambree Lovesy “Stompin’ Ground (Maple Country Records/B Martineau Promo)
9. Laurie LeBlanc “I’ve Never Known” (Les Productions Laurie LeBlanc Inc./Lauren Tutty Promo)
10. Jade Naraine “Someone I Know” (Nash North Records/B Martineau Promo)

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