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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

With nearly the entire country at home 24/7, you had to figure that’s a lot of people watching TV. Viewers  obviously have they’re phones with them and they’re Shazam-ing a lot of shows.

The five biggest movers on this week’s Shazam USA Top 100 all come from TV, with Netflix’s Ozark landing two of the three: Radiohead’s 2011 song “The Daily Mail” (XL) from the first episode of season three of Ozark and REO Speedwagon’s 1978 cut “Time for Me to Fly” (Epic) from the third.

This Is Us revived interest in Billy Joel “Summer, Highland Falls” (Columbia), a 1976 release, and Koffee, who won the Grammy for Best Reggae Album at this year’s ceremony, has “Toast” (Promised Land) percolating after a placement in a LIFEWTR ad.

Andra Day’s “Rise Up” (Warner) has become a go-to inspirational track for news programs, getting prominent uses on NBC’s Today and MSNBC.

Radiohead, Billie Eilish and Dua Lipa lead the way in the U.K. where David Rawlings’ rendition of the Appalachian folk song “Cumberland Gap” is getting thumbs wagging. We can only assume they’re hearing it in Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen.

 

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