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TAG, THEY'RE IT: Columbia's Pharrell remains atop the Shazam USA Top 100 this week with Best Song Oscar contender "Happy," while his labelmate John Legend climbs to #2 will juggernaut ballad "All of Me." But the drama comes farther down the chart, where we see jumps from Capitol's Naughty Boy with "La La La" (#34-26), Disclosure with "Latch" (#44-30), the new "Glory and Gore" from Lava/Republic's Lorde (a radical #97-46), "Come With Me Now" by Epic's PoMo bros KONGOS (#67-52), "Headlights" by Shady/Aftermath/Interscope's Eminem (#115-55), "Man of the Year" by TDE/Interscope's Hip-Hop breakout Schoolboy Q (#82-57), "Feelin' Myself" from will.i.am (#86-70), "El Perdedor" by Republic's Enrique Iglesias (#103-74) and "The Illest" from CherryTree/Interscope's Far East Movement (#100-88). For more of what Americans are pointing their phones at, go here. (2/25p)

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