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

The battle between Britney Spears and Katy Perry that is playing out on sales and streaming charts has carried over onto the Shazam USA Biggest Movers chart.

Spears’ “Make Me…” (RCA) saw a 177 slot rise, taking her all the way to #24 on Shazam’s chart, far outpacing the second biggest gainer, Perry’s “Rise” (Capitol). NBC’s Olympics anthem javelined 117 spaces to #84.

Andra Day’s Grammy-nominated “Rise Up” (Warner Bros.) from last year, which she sang at the 7/13 ESPY Awards, leaps to #3, followed by the Malaysian hit “Crush” by Verve’s Yuna f/Usher.

The Game’s new single “All Eyez,” which features Jeremih, is featured in the three-part A&E documentary series Streets of Compton that started airing in June.

In the U.K., Kaleo tops the Biggest Movers chart with “Way Down We Go” rising 180 slots to land at #21. Perry had good week across the pond as well, rising 130 spaces to #71.

 

 

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