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Sam Smith, Stars, Jessie Reyez, Danielle Bourjeaurd Hit Homers

Sam Smith's prayer gets answered, and Jessie Reyez's duet with Daniel Caesar that beguiled Juno audiences coast-to-coast is now a certified radio hit. Also hot this week are Stars, Dallas Smith, Chris Buck Band,  Shawn Mendes, and (pictured) recent ole signing Danielle Bourjeaurd.

Sam Smith, Stars, Jessie Reyez, Danielle Bourjeaurd Hit Homers

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 copied tracks in the week ending March 30th and the Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parenthesis.


Top Downloads

 

  1. Sam Smith f. Logic “Pray” (Capitol/Universal)

  2. Danielle Bourjeaurd “Happy Hour” (ole/red dot/RPMpromo)

  3. Dallas Smith + Terri Clark “One Drink Ago” (BareTrack/604)

  4. Welshly Arms “Legendary” (Universal)

  5. Jessie Reyez f. Daniel Caesar “Figures (a Reprise)” (FMLY/DMD Promo)

  6. Shawn Mendes “In My Blood” (Island/Universal)

  7. Royal Blood “Hole In Your Heart” (Warner)

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  8. Stars “Ship To Shore” (Last Gang)

  9. THE FEVER 333 “Walking In My Shoes” (Warner)

  10. David Guetta & Sia “Flames” (Warner)

Most Active Indies

 

  1. Danielle Bourjeaurd “Happy Hour” (ole/red dot/RPMpromo)

  2. Jessie Reyez f. Daniel Caesar “Figures (a Reprise)” (FMLY/DMD Promo)

  3. Stars “Ship To Shore” (Last Gang)

  4. Bad Wolves “Zombie” (Eleven Seven)

  5. Brad James “All Day Long” (Indie/B. Martineau Promo)

  6. Brea Lawrenson “Demons” (Indie)

  7. Calpurnia “City Boy” (Royal Mountain/Canvas Promo)

  8. Chris Buck Band “Spin On It” (Royalty/R. Chubey Promo)

  9. Barbara Lynn Doran “Stranger” (Catchin’ Waves Promo)

  10. Yvon Leroux “This Is Love” (Indie)

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Françoise Hardy

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Obituaries: French Pop Icon Françoise Hardy, 'Suspicious Minds' Songwriter Mark James

This week we also acknowledge the passing of broadcaster/musician Jeremy Tepper, Tejano music TV host Johnny Canales and Scottish rocker Davie Duncan.

Françoise Hardy, a French pop singer, actress, author and model, died on June 11, at age 80 after a long battle with lymphatic cancer.

A Billboard obituary terms Hardy "one of the leading lights of the French yé-yé pop movement, and an inspiration to Bob Dylan and Mick Jagger.

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