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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

New singles from Drake and Justin Timberlake are attracting the attention of taggers as “God’s Plan” and “Supplies” make giant leaps up the Shazam USA Top 100.

“God’s Plan,” released Friday by YMCMB/Republic, is up 189 slots to #12 while Timberlake’s “Supplies,” a Thursday release from RCA, is up 180 slots to #21.

The other track making a leap of more than 180 slots is Gryffin f/Katie Pearlman’s “Nobody Compares to You” (Darkroom/Geffen) which makes its move after the release of an official video and a collection of remixes. By rising to #10, it’s the greatest gainer in the U.K., where Jax Jones’ “Breathe” (Polydor in the U.K./Interscope in the U.S.) is #1. A video of the track, featuring Ina Wroldsen, was released today.

Vancouver Sleep Clinic’s 2017 release “Someone to Stay” (Columbia) shakes off the apnea to rise 127 slots to #74 following a sync on The Good Doctor. Bazzi’s self-released “Mine,” the fifth song he has released, is up 109 slots after 8.6m plays on Spotify.

 

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