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TAG, THEY'RE IT! SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

As Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were celebrating their victory Saturday, Shazam users could barely contain their thumbs, popping champagne with one hand and identifying songs with the other.

Reflecting the candidates’ musical tastes, optimism and a nod to Philadelphia’s finest, the songs that became the biggest movers on the Shazam USA Top 100 are Mary J. Blige’s 2007 cut “Work That” (Geffen), Daryl Hall & John Oates’ 1980 release “You Make My Dreams” (RCA), which went Top 10, the Democratic National Convention fave “A Sky Full of Stars,” by Coldplay (Parlophone), and Tina Turner’s 1989 anthem “The Best” (Capitol).

Meanwhile, across the pond, HVME’s current hit, “Goosebumps,” is the biggest mover on the Shazam U.K. Top 100.

 

 

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