BC Country Awards winning four-piece Me and Mae crushes the competition this week with "Summerland," an indie release that holds the promise of becoming a summertime staple.
Charlotte Cardin, Brett Kissel, Allie X and Scott Helman earned strong radio support nationwide last week. No small feat given they were up against new trax from Backstreet Boys, Sam Hunt and Christina Aguilera.
Drake's lead single from his fifth studio album is a lavish affair and it's top of the pops here, in the US, the UK and just about anywhere else that counts. Others making waves include Tom Cochrane, The Sheepdogs, and George Canyon.
An archival recording of Prince's "Nothing Compares 2 U" leads the list of new radio adds this week. Other tracks feature Ed Sheeran, Meghan Patrick and Francesco Yates.
A countdown of the past week's top new radio tracks, which includes “Nice To Meet You” from the band’s Somethingness Vol. 1 album release.
"You Talk Too Much" has had an explosive week with mainstream radio charmed by the duo's single.
The Weeknd is again top of the pops. The guy seems to be unshakable and unbeatable. Tethered to Kendrick Lamar, "Pray For Me" is an unassailable home run.
It’s a good time to be listening to the radio with a scorching hot set of new songs on release. Among them is the reunification of Kendrick Lamar and The Weeknd on "Pray For Me" and Kayla Diamond's “What You’re Made Of” from her just-released Beautiful Chaos EP.
Canada’s rap king Kardinal Offishall has himself another “Winner” hit, The Launch’s Logan Staats’ “The Lucky Ones” makes the cut, as do Ria Mae and The Road Hammers in this week’s survey of new music on national radio.
The following are the most popular tracks delivered to Canadian radio by digital distributor DMDS/Yangaroo in 2017 .