Noah Cyrus, Miley’s 16-year-old sister, is the week’s Biggest Mover on Shazam’s USA Top 100 chart as her RECORDS debut with British R&B singer Labrinth, "Make Me (Cry)," rises 147 slots to #54.

As “I Got You” from Warner Bros.Bebe Rexha continues to build radio airplay, so, too, is the track attracting thumbs; it is up 106 slots to #95. Childish Gambino’s current single, “Redbone” (Glassnote), which he recently performed on The Tonight Show, spiked 62 slots to #57.

Meanwhile, Perfume Genius’s “Normal Song,” which racked up three syncs in 2012—Private Practice, Suits and Parenthood—rises 134 slots.

The Top Five of this week’s USA Top 100 is all Universal Music Group tracks with Interscope holding down #1 and #2 and Republic represented by ZAYN/Taylor Swift and The Weeknd.

Across the pond, the first single from Matt Terry since winning X Factor, “When Christmas Comes Around” (Syco), is up 193 slots to #8. J. Cole, Little Mix and Emeli Sande were also getting plenty of thumbs up responses.