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Tyler Shaw's Romantically Inclined 'With You' Is A Top Add

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

Tyler Shaw's Romantically Inclined  'With You' Is A Top Add

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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 week ending August 17, and the Most Active Indies blends downloads and streams, with the affiliated label and radio promotions company in parenthesis.


Top Downloads

  1. Tyler Shaw “With You” (Sony)

  2. MAGIC! “Kiss Me” (RCA/Sony)

  3. Coleman Hell “Love Is Blind” (604/Cadence/Universal)

  4. Jade Bird “Uh Huh” (Glassnote)

  5. lovelytheband “Broken” (RED/Sony)

  6. Marshmello f. Bastille “Happier” (Universal/DMD Promo)

  7. Calvin Harris, Sam Smith “Promises” (Columbia/Sony)

  8. The Chainsmokers f. Emily Warren “Side Effects” (Columbia/Sony)

  9. Disturbed “Are You Ready” (Warner)

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  10. Charlie Major “It Can’t Happen To Me (Remake)” (MDM/Dale Speaking Promo)

Most Active Indies

  1. Jade Bird “Uh Huh” (Glassnote)
  2. Marshmello f. Bastille “Happier” (Universal/DMD Promo)
  3. Charlie Major “It Can’t Happen To Me (Remake)” (MDM/Dale Speaking Promo)
  4. The Interruptors “She’s Kerosene” (Hellcat/Epitaph/Canvas Promo)
  5. May Wells “What’s Up BIG BOY?” (Indie/RPMpromo)
  6. Karac Hendriks “Unbroken” (Raine/Principle Projects)
  7. Kelsi Mayne “Woman Waiting” (Indie/RPMpromo)
  8. Royal Tusk “Aftermath” (eOne Canada)
  9. 54-40 “How’s Your Day Going” (RPM/El Mocambo)
  10. The Matchstick Skeletons “Told Ya So” (Indie/Frontside Promo)
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