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Eminem’s “Believe” (Aftermath/Shady/Interscope) climbs the Shazam Top 100 in the U.S. and the U.K. as network TV placements boost tracks by two Americana acts.

“Believe” rose 181 slots to #20 in the U.S. and 182 spaces to #19 in the U.K., where “Decline” (Polydor) by Brit Award nominee Raye is the week’s greatest gainer.

The White Buffalo’s “The Observatory,” released in October on Unison Music, rose 131 slots to #71 after a sync on the 1/9 episode on NBC’s This is Us. Jill Andrews’ “Get Up, Get On” (Vulture Vulture) appeared on her 2015 album War Inside, but an appointment on ABC’s The Good Doctor pushed the track up 98 slots to #103.

The most-streamed song of 2017, Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” (TDE/Interscope) returns to the Top 100 as his Black Panther track with SZA continues to attract thumbs.

 

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