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29Oct/120

DMDS Charts: Top Downloads & Most Active Indies – week of Oct. 29th, 2012

Top Downloads:

  1. Serena Ryder “What I Wouldn’t Do” (EMI)
  2. Elise Estrada “Wonder Woman” (XOXO/Universal)
  3. Led Zeppelin “Kashmire (Live: 02 Arena, London)” (Warner)
  4. Emerson Drive f. Doc Walker “Let It Roll” (Open Road)
  5. Justin Bieber f. Nicki Minaj “Beauty And A Beat” (Universal)
  6. Matchbox 20 “Overjoyed” (Warner)
  7. Autumn Hill “Anything At All” (Wax/Universal)
  8. Gin Wigmore “Man Like That” (Universal)
  9. Chris Young “I Can Take It From There” (Sony)
  10. P!nk “Try” (RCA)

*Top Downloads are the most downloaded Singles in the given period

Most Active Indies:

  1. Elise Estrada “Wonder Woman” (XOXO/Universal)
  2. Emerson Drive f. Doc Walker “Let It Roll” (Open Road)
  3. Autumn’s Cannon “Open Letter (Consider This)” (604/DMD Promo)
  4. The Whiskey Boyz “Where The Broken Hearts Go” (Indie/B. Martineau Promo)
  5. Sherry Kennedy “Think Of Me” (Indie/Last Tango Promo)
  6. The Lumineers “Ho Hey” (Dualtone/Canvas/DMD Promo)
  7. Adele “Skyfall” (XL/Beggars)
  8. MacKenzie Porter “I Wish I’d Known” (Thelma Lea/Road Angel)
  9. Dan Oig “Don’t Know What To Do” (Indie/Last Tango Promo)
  10. Ellie Goulding – “Anything Could Happen” (Unlisted/Frontside Promo)

*Most Active Indies are the most streamed and downloaded Singles in the given period on releases not directly promoted by any of the four "major" record companies.

24Oct/120

DMDS Brings You the FUSE & MTV Charts Week 43

FUSE

1. Psy “Gangnam Style”
2. Maroon 5 “One More Night”
3. Fun. “Some Nights”
4. Taylor Swift “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
5. Alex Clare “Too Close”
6. Phillip Phillips “Home”
7. One Direction “Live While We‟re Young”
8. Justin Bieber F/big Sean “As Long As You Love Me”
9. Ne-yo “Let Me Love You”
10. Train “50 Ways To Say Goodbye””

New Adds!
Flo Rida “I Cry”
Enrique Iglesias F/sammy Adams “Finally Found You”
Bridgit Mendler “Ready Or Not”

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MTV

Top 20 #870 Results 09/29/2012 ; Airs 10/06/2012

1. Maroon 5 - One More Night
2. Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen - Good Time
3. Taylor Swift - We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
4. Pink - Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
5. Alex Clare - Too Close
6. fun. - Some Nights
7. Train - 50 Ways To Say Goodbye
8. Mumford & Sons - I Will Wait
9. Andy Grammer - Miss Me
10. The Lumineers - Ho Hey

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22Oct/120

DMDS Charts: Top Downloads & Most Active Indies – week of Oct. 22nd, 2012

Top Downloads:

  1. The Lumineers “Ho Hey” (Dualtone/Canvas/DMD Promo)
  2. Nicki Minaj “Va Va Voom” (Universal)
  3. Theory Of A Deadman “Easy To Love You” (604/Universal)
  4. Justin Bieber f. Nicki Minaj “Beauty And A Beat” (Universal)
  5. Kylie Minoge “Flower” (EMI)
  6. Eva Simons “I Don’t Like You” (Universal)
  7. Hunter Hayes “Wanted (Pop Mix)” (Warner)
  8. Kelly Clarkson “Catch My Breath” (Sony)
  9. Gotye “I Feel Better” (Universal)
  10. High Valley “Love You For A Long Time” (Open Road)

*Top Downloads are the most downloaded Singles in the given period

Most Active Indies:

  1. The Lumineers “Ho Hey” (Dualtone/Canvas/DMD Promo)
  2. Indian Handcrafts “Red Action” (Canvas)
  3. Genevieve Fisher “Shut Down This Day” (Indie)
  4. Raghav “Love” (Cordova Bay/Frontside Promo)
  5. High Valley “Love You For A Long Time” (Open Road)
  6. Jackie Guy “Did I” (Indie)
  7. Clayton Bellamy “Straight Into The Sun” (MDM/Stark Ravings)
  8. McKenzie Road “Smile” (Indie)
  9. The Dudes “Tear It Up” (Indie/Canvass Media Promo)
  10. Jason Kirkness “Leavin’ (Remixed)” (MDM/B. Martineau Promo)

*Most Active Indies are the most streamed and downloaded Singles in the given period on releases not directly promoted by any of the four "major" record companies.

17Oct/120

DMDS Brings You the FUSE & MTV Charts Week 42

FUSE

1. Psy “gangnam Style”
2. One Direction “Live While We‟re Young” (new)
3. Maroon 5 “One More Night”
4. Taylor Swift “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
5. Fun. “Some Nights”
6. Alex Clare “Too Close”
7. Flo Rida “Whistle”
8. Justin Bieber F/big Sean “As Long As You Love Me”
9. Phillip Phillips “Home”
10. Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen “Good Time”

New Adds!
Bruno Mars “Locked Out Of Heaven”
Justin Bieber F/nicki Minaj “Beauty And A Beat”
Miguel “Adorn”
Phillip Phillips “Home”
Kendrick Lamar “Swimming Pools (drank)”
Ellie Goulding “Anything Could Happen”

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MTV

Top 20 #870 Results 09/29/2012 ; Airs 10/06/2012

1. Maroon 5 - One More Night
2. Pink - Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
3. Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen - Good Time
4. Taylor Swift - We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
5. Train - 50 Ways To Say Goodbye
6. Neon Trees - Everybody Talks (Re-Add)
7. fun. - Some Nights
8. Alex Clare - Too Close
9. Matchbox 20 - She's So Mean
10. OneRepublic - Feel Again

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17Oct/120

MTV Expands Hip Hop Programming Across All Screens & Aligns Content Under MTV Jams Brand

MTV2 TO DEBUT NEW WEEKLY SERIES “THE WEEK IN JAMS”

New York, NY (October 11, 2012)MTV today announced plans to expand and unify its hip hop music and lifestyle programming and content across all of its multiple channels and screens  under the MTV Jams brand name. The move effectively extends the MTV Jams brand from a 24 hour digital channel to now touch all MTV properties including MTV, MTV2 and MTV.com to provide fans unparalleled access to hip hop music, lifestyle, fashion and culture. The initiative includes the launch of Jams.MTV.com, a new digital homestead for all of MTV’s hip hop content, a new weekly series on MTV2 called “The Week in Jams” debuting on Sunday, October 28th, new hip hop experts that will join MTV News’ Sway Calloway as the voice of hip hop across all MTV brands, as well as presenting a series of concert tours that will provide fans exclusive access to their favorite artists starting with the forthcoming Trey Songz “Chapter V” tour featuring Miguel.

“MTV has been a pioneer and leader in expanding hip hop culture from a regional movement in the early 80s to a cultural powerhouse that now extends across all ages, races and regions, and has truly crossed over into a lifestyle more than just a genre of music,” said Amy Doyle,  Executive Vice President of MTV Music & Talent Programming Strategy. “We’re once again looking to innovate in the space to make hip hop artists and culture more accessible to a wider fan base than ever before.”