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

ZAYN and Taylor Swift are making a huge impact with radio listeners dying to know who’s singing that sultry ballad. “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” skyrockets on the Shazam USA Top 100 chart, rising 190 slots to #11, making it the week’s Biggest Mover.

The first track to be released from Republic’s Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack is big in the U.K. as well, where it rose 150 slots to #51 since its release less than five days ago. That was the same day J. Cole surprised everyone with his new Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope album and its diss track “False Prophets,” which rises 126 slots to #75.

Fresh off a 12/8 performance  on  The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,  Travis Scott’s “Goosebumps” (Epic) rises 70 slots to #87. 

And plenty of holiday shoppers are setting down their packages to learn who’s singing “All I Want for Christmas is You.” Yes, it’s Mariah Carey rising 36 slots to #86 as the single most popular holiday song of the last 25 years is still being tagged.  

Christmas may be even bigger musically in the U.K. Lucy Rose’s acoustic version of Shakin’ Stevens’ 1985 hit “Merry Christmas Everyone,” a current ad for the BBC, has risen 180 slots to #21, making  it the biggest mover in the U.K. The original also saw a 75-slot spike to #96.

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