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Kesha’s return on Zedd’s “True Colors” pushes the track up 118 slots on the Shazam USA Top 100 Chart, making it the week’s biggest gainer.

Columbia’s hot new act Russ is catching fire with “What They Want” as it shoots up 44 slots to #99 on the chart in tandem with its growing level of radio airplay. Florida Georgia Line’s new single with Tim McGraw, “May We All,” spikes 39 slots; a video for the tune was released today. “Blue Ain’t Your Color” was just released as the fourth single from Keith Urban’s Ripcord, helping its 68-slot spike.

In the U.K., Birdy’s 3-year-old—and oft-synched—“Wings” is the week’s biggest gainer followed by Ruth B’s year-old “Lost Boy,” a ballad inspired by Peter Pan.

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