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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

New singles dominate the greatest gainers list on the Shazam US Top 100 chart this week. We’d lay good money that listeners tagging the top tune are getting a surprise when they see the singer’s name—most probably think they’re hearing a new Adele record.

The ballad “You Say” (Centricity) from Christian powerhouse vocalist Lauren Daigle is this week’s biggest mover, settling in at #50. It’s the first single from her upcoming 9/7 release Look Up Child and is quickly dominating Christian music charts.

Right behind her are new tracks from KIDinaKORNER/Interscope’s Imagine Dragons, Wiggy Thump’s Whiskey Myers and Republic’s Ariana Grande. Myers’ “Stone” had the added benefit of a sync in Wednesday’s episode of Yellowstone.

A release from last year, LCD Soundsystem’s “Black Screen” (Columbia), joins the hit parade after a synch on HBO’s Sharp Objects.

In the U.K., this week’s top beneficiaries of having their songs placed on Love Island are Paloma Faith with “Just Be” and Ella Henderson with “Beautifully Unfinished.”

 

 

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