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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

Future’s track with Drake, “Life is Good” (Epic), gets a remix featuring Lil Baby & DaBaby and flies up the Shazam USA Top 100 as this week’s greatest gainer.

The Cinematic Orchestra’s “To Build a Home” (Ninja Tune/Domino) follows on the biggest movers list after a placement on NBC’s This is Us. The version featuring Patrick Watson has been synched more than 15 times; Grey’s Anatomy, Criminal Minds and Friday Night Lights were the first to use it back when it came out in 2007.

CBS’s Criminal Minds, which uses only a handful of songs per season, is also responsible for new interest in Lily Kershaw’s November release “Soft Dark Nothing” (Nettwerk).

Brent Faiyaz’s 2018 release “Trust” (Lost Kids/Human Re Sources) gets thumbs wagging after taking off on TikTok videos.

In the U.K., James Arthur’s single from last fall, “Falling Like the Stars” (Columbia), is getting a second life, and Mabel’s opener of the BRITs ceremony, “Don’t Call Me Up,” is connecting ears and thumbs.

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