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SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS


Just in time for the holiday season, two Trans-Siberian Orchestra tracks—"Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24" and "Christmas Canon"—appear in the Top 5 of the Shazam USA Top 100's Biggest Movers list, with the former rising to #1.

Speaking of yuletide-related phone pointing, Pentatonix's rendition of the late Leonard Cohen's classic, "Hallelujah" (RCA), which is currently #17 at iTunes, moved #164-80, making it the #3 biggest mover.

BJ The Chicago Kid’s “Heart Crush” (Motown/CMG), released in Q1, gets on the chart after a synch in HBO’s Insecure.

And buzzing up-and-comer K.Flay's breakout single "Blood in the Cut," which was recently featured in Scream Queens, jumped 47 spots to #75, making it the #4 biggest mover.

Unsurprisingly, in the U.K. and the States, Rae Sremmurd's viral sensation, "Black Beatles" (Eardruma/Interscope), is #1 overall. The track was #1 on Spotify's global, U.S. and U.K. Top 200 just last week.

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