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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

Here’s the truth about “Bad Liar”: Since its release Thursday, Selena Gomez’s new Interscope single has caught the attention of Shazam users, pushing it up 168 slots to #33 and making it the week’s biggest mover on the USA Top 100 chart.

Capitol had two singles making it into the Top 5: Liam Payne f/Quavo’s “Strip That Down,” released Friday and already the week’s biggest mover in the U.K., and Calum Scott’s version of Robyn’s “Dancing on My Own,” which he performed on the 5/12 edition of Dancing With the Stars.

2 Chainz’ “Good Drank,” a Def Jam-released song that also features Quavo, has been kicking around all year, and last week enjoyed a 135-slot spike to #66. “Murder Song (5, 4, 3, 2, 1)” by Aurora, a 2015 release on Glassnote, was up 123 slots to #78 in the U.S. and up 110 slots to #91 in the U.K. after it was featured on The CW’s The Flash.

Payne’s former 1D bandmate Harry Styles also enjoyed healthy rise on the U.K. Shazam chart with “Kiwi.”

 

 

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