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

First Adele wasn't on the Shazam USA Hot 100 chart and then she was #1. That 200-point ascent naturally makes her the greatest gainer (and none ever gained more greatly), but Def Jam's Justin Bieber is not far behind with "Sorry," leaping a staggering 183 points to #18. The two are the biggest U.K. jumpers too, but to #11 and #30, respectively.

RECORDS' #iHeartMemphis and SYCO/Columbia's One Direction also see big jumps, as does indie hip hop MC Colonel Loud, while outside the Top 5 we see nice moves from Columbia's Rachel Platten and Republic's James Bay.

Global Entertainment's Nathan Sykes is the third-biggest gainer at Shazam U.K. with "Over and Over Again," zooming 167 spots to #34.

Follow the links for full charts, sortable by rank, artist and biggest movers.

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