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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

Sia’s track from the Wonder Woman soundtrack, “To Be Human” f/Labrinth (WaterTower) is the week’s biggest mover on the Shazam USA Top 100 chart rising 170 slots to #31 as the blockbuster hit theaters this past weekend. The next two biggest movers score high because you can dance to them…or at least someone did.

Alec Benjamin’s self-released “I Built a Friend” last summer and put out a video for the tune last month. But it got thumbs a-wagging after a youngster danced to the song on America’s Got Talent, pushing it up 155 spaces to #46.

Also moving to the rhythm is Ellie Goulding’s 2012 cover of The Weeknd’s “High for This,” which was previously released only a promo single and is unavailable commercially. After being used on J.Lo’s new show World of Dance, it hoofed up 150 slots to #51.

And HBO’s Silicon Valley, which has a soundtrack coming out 6/23, has landed another track on the biggest movers list: Too $hort & Meter Mob’s “You Came to Party” (Mass Appeal). It’s up to #60.

Sia’s track is among the top 12 songs biggest movers in the U.K., none of which were not in the U.K. Shazam Top 200 last week. Led by Andra Day’s “Rise Up,” the biggest movers include the return of Billy Lockett, Sam Smith’s oft-covered “Lay Me Down” and Liam Gallagher’s new single.

 

 

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