Canadian Hot 100, 25 December 2013

Canadian Hot 100 - 25 Dec 2013

A visual presentation of the current Billboard Canadian Hot 100 is HERE

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

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Canadian Hot 100, 18 December 2013

Canadian Hot 100 -  18 Dec 2013

A visual presentation of the current Billboard Canadian Hot 100 is HERE

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Billboard Canadian Hot 100 of 2013, Year-End Chart

Robin Thicke - Blurred LinesBillboard has released its year-end charts. The top 100 singles of 2013 in Canada are listed below. In all, 23 of them were by or featuring a Canadian artist. The #1 song of the year in Canada was Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” which spent an amazing 13 weeks at #1. He has dual Canadian and American citizenship. This is the first time during the Billboard Canadian Hot 100 era that an artist with Canadian citizenship has scored the #1 song of the year. The top single by a foreign artist in 2013 was “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. Two of Serena Ryder’s songs made the chart. Her “Stompa” was the second biggest hit by a Canaidan during 2013, 14th overall. Tegan and Sara, Drake, and Hedley contributed a pair each as well. Justin Bieber scored one as a lead artist and one as a featured artist.

Other Canadian acts with songs in the 2013 year-end top 100 are Classified (with David Myles), Trevor Guthrie, Walk Off the Earth, Majid Jordan (featured in Drake’s piece), Tyler Shaw, Artists Against Bullying, Daniel Powter, Metric, Avril Lavigne, Marianas Trench, Down With Webster, Michael Buble, and Carly Rae Jepsen. Note that some of these songs made the year-end chart of 2012 as well, so their chart performace was split between two years. We have identified Canadian artists below with their names bolded in red. More year-end and other Canadian charts can be found here.

  TITLE ARTIST
1 Blurred Lines Robin Thicke
2 Thrift Shop Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
3 Just Give Me a Reason P!nk
4 Ho Hey The Lumineers
5 Stay Rihanna
6 Get Lucky Daft Punk
7 Wake Me Up Avicii
8 Scream & Shout will.i.am & Britney Spears
9 Radioactive Imagine Dragons
10 Roar Katy Perry
11 Locked Out of Heaven Bruno Mars
12 I Knew You Were Trouble Taylor Swift
13 When I Was Your Man Bruno Mars
14 Stompa Serena Ryder
15 Can’t Hold Us Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
16 Mirrors Justin Timberlake
17 Inner Ninja Classified ft. David Myles
18 Royals Lorde
19 This Is What It Feels Like Armin van Buuren ft. Trevor Guthrie
20 Feel This Moment Pitbull
21 Try P!nk
22 Daylight Maroon 5
23 Don’t You Worry Child Swedish House Mafia
24 Red Hands Walk Off the Earth
25 Home Phillip Phillips
26 I Will Wait Mumford & Sons
27 Diamonds Rihanna
28 Safe and Sound Capital Cities
29 I Love It Icona Pop
30 What I Wouldn’t Do Serena Ryder
31 Same Love Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
32 We Can’t Stop Miley Cyrus
33 Wrecking Ball Miley Cyrus
34 Treasure Bruno Mars
35 Love Somebody Maroon 5
36 Come & Get It Selena Gomez
37 Beauty and a Beat Justin Bieber
38 Heart Attack Demi Lovato
39 Cups Anna Kendrick
40 One More Night Maroon 5
41 Troublemaker Olly Murs
42 Hold On, We’re Going Home Drake ft. Majid Jordan
43 The Other Side Jason Derulo
44 Girl On Fire Alicia Keys
45 I Need Your Love Calvin Harris
46 Closer Tegan and Sara
47 Gangnam Style Psy
48 Sweet Nothing Calvin Harris
49 Clarity Zedd
50 Applause Lady Gaga
51 Holy Grail Jay Z
52 Skyfall Adele
53 Some Nights fun.
54 Demons Imagine Dragons
55 Die Young Ke$ha
56 Don’t Stop the Party Pitbull
57 Kiss Goodnight Tyler Shaw
58 Suit & Tie Justin Timberlake
59 Summertime Sadness Lana Del Rey
60 Berzerk Eminem
61 Let Her Go Passenger
62 I Was a Fool Tegan and Sara
63 I Cry Flo Rida
64 Catch My Breath Kelly Clarkson
65 Gone, Gone, Gone Phillip Phillips
66 Boys ‘Round Here Blake Shelton
67 #ThatPower will.i.am ft. Justin Bieber
68 Anything Hedley
69 Carry On fun.
70 Counting Stars One Republic
71 True Colours Artists Against Bullying
72 My Songs Know… Fall Out Boy
73 True Love P!nk
74 Let Me Love You Ne-Yo
75 Crazy All My Life Daniel Powter
76 Titanium David Guetta
77 Breathing Underwater Metric
78 22 Taylor Swift
79 Here’s to Never Growing Up Avril Lavigne
80 Wagon Wheel Darius Rucker
81 Highway Don’t Care Tim McGraw
82 Stutter Marianas Trench
83 Kiss You Inside Out Hedley
84 One in a Million Down With Webster
85 C’mon Ke$ha
86 It’s a Beautiful Day Michael Buble
87 I Want Crazy Hunter Hayes
88 It’s Time Imagine Dragons
89 Work B**ch Britney Spears
90 Downtown Lady Antebellum
91 Call Me Maybe Carly Rae Jepsen
92 Va Va Voom Nicki Minaj
93 Harlem Shake Baauer
94 People Like Us Kelly Clarkson
95 Sure Be Cool If You Did Blake Shelton
96 Crash My Party Luke Bryan
97 Best Song Ever One Direction
98 Started From the Bottom Drake
99 Little Things One Direction
100 We Are Never Getting Back Together Taylor Swift

Canadian Hot 100, 11 December 2013

Mes Aieux - La DifferenceNext week will see the release of the 2013 year-end charts, so stay alert for that. The weekly Hot 100 this week sees seven new entries by Canadian artists. Justin Bieber’s “Change Me” is the strongest newbie at #34. MAGIC! is a project spearheaded by Toronto Grammy-award winning producer Nasri Atweh; “Rude” debuts at #47. The reggae-flavoured tune is currently #3 on the Australian charts. Shark Tank is a rap group; their “Out for a Rip” debuts at #75. The Road Hammers who had disbanded have obviously respawned themselves with a new single. Other new entries are from Mes Aieux, Brett Kissel, and Chad Brownlee. Brett had the highest charting Canadian song on country radio last week and Avril Lavigne’s “Let Me Go” with Chad Kroeger was the most spun Canuck single on AC radio. Classic rock and roll style Christmas album Noël à deux by Marie-Eve Janvier and Jean-François Breau debuts on the Billboard Albums chart at #9.

Top Canadian Entry 11 Dec 2013 Canadian Hot 100 -  11 Dec 2013

A visual presentation of the current Billboard Canadian Hot 100 is HERE

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 4 December 2013

Raghav - WoohooWith “Roller Coaster”, Justin Bieber has scored his 12th charting single of 2013 eight of which have made the Top 40, and that does not include his three hits as a featured artist. Also new on the Hot 100 this week is Kain’s “J’sais pu comment t’aimer”. Johnny Reid’s A Christmas Gift to You has surpassed its previous peak position on the Albums Chart from October, at #4 this week. It looks to be the most popular Canadian Christmas album of 2013. Debuting on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart at #6 is rocker Eric Lapointe’s Jour de nuit. In other chart news, Calgary’s Raghav has landed on the Billboard Emerging Canadian Artists chart at #20 for his new single “WooHoo” which has also entered the Hot AC Top 40.

Top Canadian Entry 4 Dec 2013

Canadian Hot 100 -  4 Dec 2013

A visual presentation of the current Billboard Canadian Hot 100 is HERE

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 27 November 2013

Dean BrodyIt’s been an amazing two weeks for country music. Last week, Gord Bamford’s “When Your Lips Are So Close” hit #1 on country radio and this week Dean Brody’s “Bounty” featuring Lindi Ortega hits #1. Dallas Smith’s “Tippin’ Point” has entered the Hot 100 Top 40 which is a remarkable feat for a country song. Classified’s “Pay Day” has vaulted from #100 last week to #75 this week. Justin Bieber scores his latest hit “PYD” and “Tsunami” by EDM duo DVBBS debuts on the chart at #90.

Top Canadian Entry 27 Nov 2013

Canadian Hot 100 - 27 Nov 2013

A visual presentation of the current Billboard Canadian Hot 100 is HERE

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 20 November 2013

Gord-BamfordThe big news this week is Lacombe, Alberta’s Gord Bamford. He is only the seventh Canadian artist to score a #1 hit on the country charts since the Nielsen BDS era began in the mid-1990s. The song is, of course, “When Your Lips Are So Close”. His Canadian brother Dean Brody is right behind him at #2 with “Bounty”. This sudden support from Canadian country radio stations towards our own artists is wonderful, and we hope it will continue. On the albums chart, Celine Dion is still at #1, even outselling Lady Gaga’s new release. Hedley’s Wild Life debuts at #4. The BC band has taken top Canadian honours on the Hot 100, edging out Drake, and “Beautiful Girl” from the album debuts at #72. With his upcoming new album, Franco rock superstar Eric Lapointe has a new charting single, “Ca me manque”. Also new on the Hot 100 are tunes by Justin Bieber, Sam Roberts, and Classified.

Top Canadian Entry 20 Nov 2013

Canadian Hot 100 - 20 Nov 2013

A visual presentation of the current Billboard Canadian Hot 100 is HERE

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 13 November 2013

Celine Dion - Loved Me Back to LifeCeline Dion’s Loved Me Back to Life debuts at #1 on the Albums chart. It is her 13th album to top the charts during the Nielsen SoundScan era. What is even more impressive is that it sold 106,000 copies which is the highest one-week sales total of any album released in Canada since AC/DC’s Black Ice back in 2008. In addition to the title track, her duet with Ne-Yo, “Incredible”, is on this week’s Hot 100. Celine’s Canadian sister Avril Lavigne joins her on the Albums chart at #4 with her self-titled 5th album and “Bad Girl”, which features Marilyn Manson, debuts on the Hot 100. Glenn Morrison’s “Goodbye” vaults up to #18 on the Hot 100 and the Torontonian supplants Trevor Guthrie at the top of the Emerging Artists chart. Guthrie spent an impressive 24 weeks on top. Canadians take over the #2 spot on both rock and country radio thanks to Sam Roberts’ “We’re All in This Together” and Gord Bamford’s “When Your Lips Are So Close”.

Top Canadian Entry 13 Nov 2013

Canadian Hot 100 - 13 Nov 2013

A visual presentation of the current Billboard Canadian Hot 100 is HERE.

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 6 November 2013

Top Canadian Entry 6 Nov 2013

Canadian Hot 100 - 6 Nov 2013

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 30 October 2013

Top Canadian Entry 30 Oct 2013

Canadian Hot 100 - 30 Oct 2013

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last 3 columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 23 October 2013

Top Canadian Entry 23 Oct 2013

Canadian Hot 100 -  23 Oct 2013

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last 3 columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 16 October 2013

Top Canadian Entry 16 Oct 2013

Canadian Hot 100 - 16 Oct 2013

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last 3 columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 9 October 2013

Alex NevskyDespite being out for only 1 day, Justin Bieber’s beautiful new R&B single “Heartbreaker” has landed in the Top 40, quite an unprecedented feat. Toronto DJ Glenn Morrison scores his first charting single “Goodbye” featuring Islove. “On leur a fait croire” by Alex Nevsky, out for a while now, finally lands on the charts and is the week’s highest charting Franco single at #81. We say goodbye to Tegan & Sara’s “I Was a Fool” at the same time we welcome their new single “Goodbye, Goodbye”. It is the third charting single off the duo’s 2013 gold-certified album Heartthrob. Great gains have been made this week by country singles. Brett Kissell’s “Started with a Song” bolts up 36 spots to #58. Dean Brody’s “Bounty” is now at #47. And Gord Bamford’s “When Your Lips Are So Close” is just outside the Top 40 at #43. Two new LPs from Canadian artists have landed in the Top 10 Albums Chart: Michel Rivard’s Roi de rien (#8) and Je poursuis ma route (#10) by New Brunswick’s Wilfred Le Bouthillier, Star Academie winner from 2003.

Top Canadian Entry 9 Oct 2013

Canadian Hot 100 -  9 Oct 2013

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last 3 columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 2 October 2013

David MylesDrake’s Nothing Was the Same has sold more copies in one week than any other album – whether from a foreign or domestic artist – in Canada so far in 2013. The Toronto rapper smashed Daft Punk’s record (Random Access Memories) by surpassing their 46,000 one-week total when Nothing Was the Same racked up 50,000 purchases. Three tracks from the album have debuted on the Canadian Hot 100. “All Me” has also landed in the US Hot 100 at #20. Hopping over to the west coast, Vancouver’s Matthew Good has touched down at #6 in the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with his newest, Arrows of Desire. Swinging over to the Maritimes, New Brunswick’s David Myles has a new entry on the Hot 100, “So Blind”. It is off his album In the Nighttime which was released back in May. Moving into Quebec, with the release of Fabriquer l’aube, Vincent Vallieres’ single “Stone”, which has been a hit for a while, finally breaks into the Hot 100.

Top Canadian Entry 2 Oct 2013

Canadian Hot 100 - 2 Oct 2013

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last 3 columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.

Canadian Hot 100, 25 September 2013

Canadian Hot 100 - 25 Sep 2013

Top Canadian Entry 25 Sep 2013

NOTES:

Nielsen compiles weekly data on sales and radio airplay of singles and ranks them in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

RK = Rank. OR = Provincial origin of the artist. PS = Position on the Canadian Hot 100. CG = Change from last week’s position. WC = Weeks on the chart. PP = Peak position. Foreign artist in grey. RE = Re-entry. Most impressive numbers in last 3 columns appear in red.

Note: The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days less than on the online Billboard chart.