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Top New Tracks From Yangaroo DMDS: June 10, 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: June 10, 2019

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 June 7, and the Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parenthesis.


Top Downloads

  1. Katy Perry “Never Really Over” (Capitol/Universal)

  2. The Black Keys “Go” (Warner)

  3. Jojo Mason “Better On You” (604/R. Chubey Promo)

  4. Old Dominion “One Man Band” (RCA Nashville/Sony)

  5. Mother Mother “It’s Alright” (Universal)

  6. The Glorious Sons “Panic Attack” (Black Box/Frontside Promo)

  7. Ed Sheeran “I Don’t Care (acoustic)” (Warner)

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  8. Marianas Trench “Glimmer” (604/Universal)

  9. John Pardi “Heartache Medication” (Universal)

  10. Barns Courtney “You And I” (Universal)

Most Active Indies

  1. The Glorious Sons “Panic Attack” (Black Box/Frontside Promo)

  2. Jojo Mason “Better On You” (604/R. Chubey Promo)

  3. Hollerado “Time On Earth” (Royal Mountain/Canvas Promo)

  4. Hardwell ft. Trevor Guthrie “Summer Air” (disco:wax)

  5. Jessica Mitchell “Somebody Gonna Get Hurt ft. Tim Hicks” (RGK)

  6. Altameda “Wish Upon The Weather” (Pheromone/Fontana North/RPMpromo)

  7. Jamie Warren “Til The Moon Goes Down” (Too Hip/L. Tutty Promo)

  8. Young Bombs “Starry Eyes” (Astralwerks/DMD Promo)

  9. Jerry Sereda “Undamnwind It” (Indie)

  10. Lorne Riley “Twenty Years” (Indie)

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