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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

The Grammys are driving this week’s list of the biggest movers on the Shazam USA Top 100 as the night’s big winner, host and most dramatic performer get thumbs wagging.

Tyler, The Creator tops the biggest movers list with the song he performed on the telecast, “New Magic Wand” (Columbia), while host Alicia Keys is pulling in Shazams with her latest single,  “Underdog” (RCA). Billie Eilish’s best-known song,  “bad guy” (Darkroom/Interscope), rounds out the Grammy-related troika.

Inevitable/Epic’s Yo Gotti slides onto the list with his latest, “H.O.E. (Heaven on Earth).”

Luke Sital-Singh’s “Killing Me” from 2017 is the greatest gainer in the U.K. after a synch on the BBC drama Silent Witness. Synchs also drove the rest of the Top 5 movers: Becky Hill’s “Only You” (on Love Island), Michael Kiwanuka’s “Solid Ground” (Cold Feet) and Walking on Cars’ “Monster” (The Stranger) and Nao’s “Another Lifetime” (Love Island).

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