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TAG, THEY'RE IT: Columbia's Pharrell is "Happy" to seize the #1 spot on the Shazam USA Top 100 Tag Chart this week, while labelmate John Legend moves #8-4 with "All of Me" and Schoolboy/Casablanca/Republic's Martin Garrix sidles up #15-12 with "Animals." Big jumpers include "Part II" from Roc-a-Fella/Roc Nation's Jay Z (#40-28), Capitol's Naughty Boy (#63-34 for "La La La"), "This Is How We Roll" by Republic Nashville's Florida Georgia Line (#93-57), Epic's KONGOS (whose "Come With Me Now" vaulted #80-67, following a similarly big leap last week), Barsuk/Republic's Phantogram, pogoing #106-73 with "Fall in Love," "Man of the Year" by TDE/Interscope's Schoolboy Q (#92-82), Lava/Republic's Lorde, whose "Glory and Gore" debuts at #97, and Cherrytree/Interscope's Far East Movement, flying #136-100 with "The Illest." For more data on the songs Americans are pointing their phones at, go here. (2/18p)

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