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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

Tag, Sony Music is it. Tracks from five Sony Music artists fill the Shazam USA Biggest Movers chart, starting with a guest-laden track from the top-selling and streaming album in the country and two of the hottest songs on iTunes this week.

 “Do You Mind” from Epic’s DJ Khaled, which features Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, August Alsina, Jeremih and Future rises 171 slots to #15 on Shazam’s USA Top Chart making it this week’s biggest gainer.

New hit singles from The Chainsmokers (Disruptor/Columbia) and Kenny Chesney f/Pink (Blue Chair/Columbia Nashville),  “Closer” and “Setting the World on Fire” respectively, shoot into  the Top 100  to show and place.

RCA’s chill rapper Rob $tone  out of San Diego finds his debut single “Chill Bill” featuring J. Davi$ and Spooks rocketing 57 slots in its fifth week of release.

Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song” (Columbia), which became the anthem of the Democratic National Convention less than two weeks after she played the tune at the MLB All-star Game, makes a splashy showing on the chart.

In the U.K., Norwegian producer Matoma’s collaboration with Brit singer Becky Hill, “False Alarm” tops the Biggest Gainer chart. Yazoo’s hit from 1982, “Only You,” comes in at #2.

 

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