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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS


A 1975 track used in an ad for Amazon Prime is the week’s greatest gainer on the Shazam U.S. Top 100 alongside new music from Demi Lovato, Bad Bunny and Lil Uzi Vert.

Ace’s “How Long” (Union Square/BMG) is the week’s greatest gainer. The 1975 soul hit is featured in a very popular Amazon Prime commercial. The song, featuring the vocals of Paul Carrack, has already found new success on the iTunes songs chart.

Meanwhile, one of the biggest hits at iTunes, Lovato’s “I Love Me” (Island), is also attracting the ears and thumbs of Shazam users.

BENEE f/Gus Dapperton’s “Supalonely” (Republic) was. Released last year but is picking up steam via TikTok videos and at Spotify.

The U.K. has a blend of the new and the old on the biggest movers list as a freshly released single from Aitch & AJ Tracey sits ahead of Beyonce covering Etta James and some recent vintage Elbow. 

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