YouTube is still the biggest source of music anywhere in the online world. With that kind of clout, it’s important that artists, managers, and labels keep track of what’s happening with their music and videos. YouTube obliges by publishing its own regional charts, something that they started doing in 2015.
There have been incremental improvements to the service over the last couple of years. Now song data can be filtered for 44 different countries, including Canada. You can read more about what’s going on at Hypebot.