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Rolling Stone KONGOS Shazam

TAG SALES: An item in the latest issue of Rolling Stone notes the predictive power of Shazam, citing Passenger's use of the app's data to prove it had a hit and prognosticating that "Aloe Blacc's 'The Man' is about to rule Top 40," "YG  could 2014's biggest breakout rapper" and "South African rockers KONGOS are about to break in America." The piece adds that the latter band had hit #8 on Shazam's new release chart; as we noted yesterday, their "Come With Me Now" (Epic) had bounded #103-80 on the USA Top 100 Tag Chart, while YG's "Who Do You Love" had vaulted #80-56 (the CTE/Def Jam/IDJ rapper's "My N***a" is at #26) and Aloe's Beats ad-driven smash sits at #9. (2/12p)

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