Thumbs are working overtime at theaters screening Moana—after the movie has finished. Alessia Cara’s end-credits version of “How Far I’ll Go” (Disney) is the week’s Biggest Mover on the Shazam USA Top 100 chart, rising 174 slots to #27.

Apple’s new “Dive” ad has driven Arturo Sandoval’s “La Virgen de la Macarena” into the Shazam USA Top 100 chart as it rises 132 slots to #69.

Ed Sheeran, whose name was in the news after he was hit in the face with a sword by Princess Beatrice (we've all been there, Ed), sees his “Photograph” rise 152 slots in the week after he performed the song for a 9-year-old in a hospital.

The Weeknd’s “Party Monster,” released 11/18, is up 119 spaces and his "I Feel It Coming" f/Daft Punk jumps 45. Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s 1998 track “Christmas Canon,” which has been downloaded nearly 1m times, sees a seasonal spike of 112 slots to #68.

In the U.K., Flume’s “Never Be Like You” is the week’s biggest gainer on the heels of him winning eight ARIA awards. JP Cooper, added in the past few days to Apple’s and MTV U.K.’s “ones to watch lists,” sees a spike in Shazams for “September Song,” the video for which was released Monday. The track was recently playlisted at BBC1.