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SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

Kanye's collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, "No More Parties in L.A.," has topped Shazam USA Top 100's Biggest Movers List, jumping 103 spots. Based on one of Yeezy's recent tweets, the track will be included on his upcoming album, SWISH. And thanks to an earlier Twitter development, we can assume that set will drop on 2/11. But then again, only time will really tell.

Just below two of rap's leading figures, there's Columbia Nashville's buzzing newcomer Maren Morris with her breakout single, "My Church." Over the weekend, the song hit #1 on SiriusXM The Highway's Hot 45 Countdown. Just prior to that, it scored a record-breaking 107 first-week adds at Country radio.

Meanwhile, Lukas Graham's "7 Years" (Warner Bros.), which just broke into the Top 10 on Spotify viral charts across the world, rounds out the Top 5.

Other tracks to keep an eye on as they rise in the coming weeks include Mike Posner's "I Took a Pill in Ibiza" (Island), Chris Stapleton's "Nobody to Blame" (Mercury Nashville)—which saw a nice boost from his SNL performance and just broke into the Top 20 at Country radio—and Brothers Osborne's Grammy-nominated "Stay a Little Longer" (EMI Nashville).

Across the pond, the second Biggest Mover is Rudimental's "Rumour Mill," which must be inspired by us, because obviously we're what the world revolves around. For more of what's trending in Blighty, go here.

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