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8Feb/160

Top Downloads & Most Active Indies – Week of Feb. 8th, 2016

Top Downloads:

  1. The Lumineers “Ophelia” (Dine Alone/Dualtone/Canvas Promo) *also #4 MAI
  2. Dan Talevski “Knock Me Off My Feet” (eOne/DMD Promo) *also #2 MAI
  3. Dean Brody “Bring Down The House (Pop Remix)” (Open Road) *also #1 MAI
  4. Scott Helman “Machine” (Warner)
  5. Thomas Rhett “T-Shirt” (Valory/Big Machine)
  6. Jess Moskaluke “Take Me Home” (MDM/Universal)
  7. We Are The City “Kiss Me, Honey” (Boompa/Canvas Promo) *also #3 MAI
  8. Matthew Good “No Liars” (Warner)
  9. Zayn “Pillow Talk” (Sony)
  10. Panic! at The Disco “Victorious” (Warner)

Top Downloads are the most downloaded Singles during the given period.

Most Active Indies:

  1. Dean Brody “Bring Down The House (Pop Remix)” (Open Road) *also #3 TD
  2. Dan Talevski “Knock Me Off My Feet” (eOne/DMD Promo) *also #2 TD
  3. We Are The City “Kiss Me, Honey” (Boompa/Canvas Promo) *also #7 TD
  4. The Lumineers “Ophelia” (Dine Alone/Dualtone/Canvas Promo) *also #1 TD
  5. Matt Hewitt “Criminal” (Metascope)
  6. Coeur de Pirate f. Allan Kingdom “I Don’t Want To Break Your Heart” (Dare To Care/Canvas Promo)
  7. Emma-Lee “Worst Enemy” (Special Agent/RPMpromo)
  8. Cole Malone “Half The Bottle” (Royalty/TandemTracks Promo)
  9. Eva Simons f. Konshens “Policeman” (Ultra/DMD Promo)
  10. Brad Sims “Blue Jeans” (Indie/Pitbull Promo)

Most Active Indies are the most streamed and downloaded Singles during the given period on releases not directly promoted to radio by any of the 'major' record companies.

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1Feb/160

Top Downloads & Most Active Indies – Week of Feb. 1st, 2016

Top Downloads:

  1. Rihanna f. Drake “Work” (Universal)
  2. The Chainsmokers f. Rozes “Roses” (Sony)
  3. Ria Mae “Gold” (Sony)
  4. Rachel Platten “Stand By You” (Sony)
  5. Zayn “Pillowtalk” (Sony)
  6. Autumn Hill “Mixtape” (Wax/Universal/DMD Promo) *also #1 MAI
  7. Beverley Mahood “New Religion” (MDM/Universal/Pitbull Promo) *also #2 MAI
  8. Jess Glynne “Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself” (Warner)
  9. Corb Lund “Washed-Up Rock Star Factory Blues” (Warner)
  10. Madeline Merlo “Whatcha Wanna Do About It” (Open Road/R. Chubey Promo) *also #3 MAI

Top Downloads are the most downloaded Singles during the given period.

Most Active Indies:

  1. Autumn Hill “Mixtape” (Wax/Universal/DMD Promo) *also #6 TD
  2. Beverley Mahood “New Religion” (MDM/Universal/Pitbull Promo) *also #7 TD
  3. Madeline Merlo “Whatcha Wanna Do About It” (Open Road/R. Chubey Promo) *also #10 TD
  4. Coeur de Pirate “I Don’t Want To Break Your Heart” (Dare To Care/Canvas Promo)
  5. Brea Lawrenson “Lynchburg” (Indie)
  6. Genevieve Fisher “Wrong Tonight” (Indie)
  7. Alyssa Reid “Tomorrow” (Wax/DMD Promo)
  8. Emma-Lee “Worst Enemy” (Special Agent/RPMpromo)
  9. Alex Runions “If I Won The Lotto” (Indie/L. Tutty Promo)
  10. Kym Simon “Mirror” (Red 19/B. Martineau Promo)

Most Active Indies are the most streamed and downloaded Singles during the given period on releases not directly promoted to radio by any of the 'major' record companies.

25Jan/160

Top Downloads & Most Active Indies – Week of Jan. 25th, 2016

Top Downloads:

  1. Alessia Cara “Wild Things” (Universal)
  2. Chantal Kreviazuk “Into Me” (Warner)
  3. Selena Gomez “Hands To Myself” (Universal)
  4. Dierks Bentley “Somewhere On A Beach” (Universal)
  5. Alyssa Reid “Tomorrow” (Wax/DMD Promo) *also #1 MAI
  6. Brea Lawrenson “Lynchburg” (Indie) *also #2 MAI
  7. Majid Jordan “Something About You” (Warner)
  8. twenty one pilots “Stressed Out” (Warner)
  9. Tim McGraw “Humble And Kind” (Big Machine)
  10. Gord Bamford “Heard You In A Song” (Sony)

Top Downloads are the most downloaded Singles during the given period.

Most Active Indies:

  1. Alyssa Reid “Tomorrow” (Wax/DMD Promo) *also #5 TD
  2. Brea Lawrenson “Lynchburg” (Indie) *also #6 TD
  3. Aurora “Conqueror” (Glassnote)
  4. Kygo f. Parson James “Stole The Show” (Ultra/DMD Promo)
  5. Bruin “These Days” (Indie/B. Martineau Promo)
  6. Madeline Merlo “Whatcha Wanna Do About It” (Open Road/R. Chubey Promo)
  7. Ben Klick “Butterfly Tattoo” (Indie/D. Wood Promo)
  8. Addictiv f. Snoop Dogg “Give Me Your Love” (Urban Heat Legends/TandemTracks Promo)
  9. Every Last Chance f. David Spekter “Roll The Credits” (Go Records Go/Frontside Promo)
  10. The Cains “Knock Knock” (DayStreet/GMV Nashville)

Most Active Indies are the most streamed and downloaded Singles during the given period on releases not directly promoted to radio by any of the 'major' record companies.

18Jan/160

Top Downloads & Most Active Indies – Week of Jan. 18th, 2016

Top Downloads:

  1. Ash Koley “Every Time I Think Of You” (Sony)
  2. Shawn Hook “Relapse” (Universal)
  3. Vance Joy “Fire and the Flood” (Warner)
  4. David Bowie “Lazarus” (Sony)
  5. Ellie Goulding “Something In The Way You Move” (Universal)
  6. Disturbed “The Sound Of Silence” (Warner)
  7. David Nail “Night’s On Fire” (MCA/Universal)
  8. Travis Scott “Antidote” (Sony)
  9. Old Dominion “Snapback” (Sony)
  10. The Chainsmokers f. Rozes “Roses” (Sony)

Top Downloads are the most downloaded Singles during the given period.

Most Active Indies:

  1. The Standstills “Rise Of The Fall” (eOne/Dale Speaking Promo)
  2. Wintersleep “Amerika” (Dine Alone/Canvas Media Promo)
  3. Chris Lane “Fix” (Big Loud)
  4. Robert DeLong “Jealousy” (Glassnote)
  5. Daughter “Numbers” (Glassnote)
  6. Belly f. The Weeknd “Might Not” (CP/DMD Promo)
  7. The Orchard “Georgia” (Royalty/Sony/TandemTracks Promo)
  8. Danny Thompson “Miles & Miles” (Indie/Radio Active Promo)
  9. City and Colour “Lover Come Back” (Dine Alone/Canvas Promo)
  10. Lost And Profound “Superhuman” (IDLA/Last Tango Promo)

Most Active Indies are the most streamed and downloaded Singles during the given period on releases not directly promoted to radio by any of the 'major' record companies.

11Jan/160

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