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The Strumbellas Have This Week's Hot New Track

Top Downloads

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The Strumbellas Have This Week's Hot New Track

By FYI Staff

Top Downloads


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  1. The Strumbellas “Hold Me” (Underneath a Mountain Records/Sony)

  2. *NSYNC, Justin Timberlake, Trolls “Better Place (From TROLLS Band Together)” (RCA/Sony)

  3. Zara Larsson & David Guetta “On My Love” (Sommer House/Epic/Sony)

  4. Dallas Smith “Fixer Upper” (Big Loud)

  5. U2 “Atomic City” (Island/Universal)

  6. The Rockyts “You & I” (Rockyt Records)

  7. Texas King “Capsize” (Known Accomplice/Universal)

  8. The Lazys “Rattle Them Bones” (Indie/RPMpromo)

  9. Chris Young “Young Love & Saturday Nights” (RCA Nashville/Sony)

  10. Thomas Rhett “Mamaw's House (featuring Morgan Wallen)” (Valory)

Top CanCon Downloads:

  1. The Strumbellas “Hold Me” (Underneath a Mountain Records/Sony)

  2. Dallas Smith “Fixer Upper” (Big Loud)

  3. The Rockyts “You & I” (Rockyt Records)

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  4. Texas King “Capsize” (Known Accomplice/Universal)

  5. The Lazys “Rattle Them Bones” (Indie/RPMpromo)

  6. One Bad Son “I Come Alive” (Known Accomplice/BChick Promo)

  7. Indian City “Good People” (Warner)

  8. Lu Kala “Hotter Now” (Amigo/You Are Hear Promo)

  9. Fur Trade “Monaco” (Light Organ/RPMpromo)

  10. Nickelback “Skinny Little Missy” (BMG/Warner)

Most Active Indies:

  1. The Lazys “Rattle Them Bones” (Indie/RPMpromo)

  2. Dallas Smith “Fixer Upper” (Big Loud)

  3. The Rockyts “You & I” (Rockyt Records)

  4. Fur Trade “Monaco” (Light Organ/RPMpromo)

  5. Lu Kala “Hotter Now” (Amigo/You Are Hear Promo)

  6. One Bad Son “I Come Alive” (Known Accomplice/BChick Promo)

  7. Nobro “Where My Girls At” (Dine Alone/Canvas Media Promo)

  8. Kellie Loder “When It Comes To You” (Turtlemusik/RPMpromo)

  9. The Matinee “Cut To Pieces” (Indie/RPMpromo)

  10. Alex Hughes “Until This Fire Dies” (Indie/Taylor Ent. Promo)

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