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Top New Tracks From Yangaroo DMDS: August 06, 2019

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

Top New Tracks From Yangaroo DMDS: August 06, 2019

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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 weeks ending Aug 5, and the Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parenthesis.


Top Downloads

  1. Ariana Grande & Social House “boyfriend” (Republic/Universal)

  2. Kygo & Whitney Houston “Higher Love” (Kygo/RCA/Sony)

  3. Sons of Daughters “What If We Stay” (Open Road)

  4. Tep No “Never Been Hurt Before f/Jocelyn Alice” (Ultra/DMD Promo)

  5. Ed Sheeran “Beautiful People (feat. Khalid)” (Warner)

  6. The Wild! “Playing With Fire” (eOne)

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  7. Kenny Chesney “Tip Of My Tongue” (Warner)

  8. Lewis Capaldi “Someone You Loved” (Universal)

  9. P!nk feat. Cash Cash “Can We Pretend” (RCA/Sony)

  10. The Man Who “Natural Villain” (Home/Universal)

Most Active Indies

  1. Tep No “Never Been Hurt Before f/Jocelyn Alice” (Ultra/DMD Promo)

  2. Sons of Daughters “What If We Stay” (Open Road)

  3. Samara Yung “Too Cool” (SIM/Pitbull Promo)

  4. The Country Junkies “Back In The Day” (Indie/L. Tutty Promo)

  5. Charles Serret “On verra” (Gangflow)

  6. The Wild! “Playing With Fire” (eOne)

  7. Palaye Royale “Nervous Breakdown” (Sumerian/RPMpromo)

  8. Justin Tyler “Raise Your Cups” (ALTR/Principle Projects Promo)

  9. Luke McMaster feat. Felix Cavaliere “Soul Love” (Ekul)

  10. Desiree Dorion “Pretty Poor Pretty Proud” (Indie)

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