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TAG, THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIG MOVERS

The star-studded new track from YMCMB/Republic's DJ Khaled f/Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Big Sean is the biggest mover at Shazam this week, while 222/Interscope's Maroon 5 also soar with their "Motherfucker" of a new single. Mosley/Epic's Tink explodes with an Aaliyah tribute, and ATO's Alabama Shakes "Fight" their way up 91 spots. Outside the Top 5, Interscope's Pia Mia flies with "Do It Again" and Capitol's Silento jumps bigtime with the viral jam "Watch Me."

On the U.K. side, The Six's cover of Massive Attack's "Unfinished Sympathy" is the bigger mover. And what could be more U.K. than that? A$AP Rocky's "Everyday," with assistance from Rod Stewart, Miguel and Mark Ronson, also makes big strides.

In other Shazam news, a DeLeon Tequila spot featuring unsigned British chanteuse Naomi Scott's "Hear the Bells" was among the Top 10 most Shazamed ads of the week.

 

 

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