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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

 

New music from Calvin Harris & The Weeknd, DaBaby, Chris Stapleton and Big Sean have Shazamers’ thumbs wagging. Is music getting an audience from somewhere other than the TV set?

The first-ever collaboration between Harris & The Weeknd, “Over Now” (Columbia/OVO/Republic), dropped 8/28 and is the biggest mover on the Shazam USA Top100. It’s the second biggest gainer in the U.K., right behind The Calling’s 2001 track “Wherever You Will Go,” which was used in the BBC 1 crime drama Strike.

DaBaby f/Young Thug’s “BLIND” (South Coast/Interscope),Stapleton’s “Starting Over” (Mercury Nashville) and Big Sean f/Nipsey Hustle’s “Deep Reverence” (GOOD/Def Jam) make the list within two weeks of their releases.

Daniel Caesar’s “Get You” (Golden Child) lands on the list after a placement on StarzP-Valley.

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