Canada Wide Music Charts
for the week ending December 17th, 2010
compiled by L3 Publicity
The Canadian musical landscape stayed pretty much consistent with the charts this week. As the Christmas holidays are upon us, DJ’s programmed carols and holiday music causing the charts to maintain most positions from last week.
As Buju Banton’s song “Things Ah Come Up” on the Saudi Arabia Riddim makes its way across Canada, more and more DJ’s are playing the song as a single, causing the star’s chart position to jump a few spots this week. Congratulations to Lenn Hammond who again holds the #1 spot with “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart” on the Reggae charts!
Please note: A song becomes a new entry if voted in by the DJ’s.
The charts are compiled by votes from Radio personalities in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia (the equivalent of saying California to New York). Each DJ’s vote carries a weight of 60% of a songs ranking on the charts. After the DJ’s cast their votes, voting is then opened to artists, managers and fans which holds a weight of 40% of the songs ranking on the charts.
Below are the charts for each genre for the week ending December 17th, 2010. If you have any questions, send us an e-mail
Reggae Charts (Week Ending December 10th, 2010)
Dancehall Charts (Week Ending December 10th, 2010)
Soca Charts (Week Ending December 10th, 2010)
R&B Charts (Week Ending December 10th, 2010)
Hip Hop Charts (Week Ending December 10th, 2010)