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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

New singles from Nelly & Florida Georgia Line and Taylor Swift and a Japanese “city pop” song from four decades ago are among the greatest gainers on the Shazam USA Top 100.

"Little Bit," Nelly & Florida Georgia Line’s October release (2020/Columbia), soared up the Shazam USA Top 100 after a performance on NBC’s The Voice, while "willow," the first track off Swift's evermore (Republic), is a sales and streaming sensation. Lauren Daigle’s “You Say” (Centricity/12Tone) also enjoys a bump thanks to The Voice.

Tom Walker’s 2017 Relentless release, “Leave a Light On,” enjoys a flicker of fandom after being used in the Netflix film A California Christmas.

And then there’s Miki Matsubara, the Japanese pop singer who died of cancer at the age of 44 in 2004. Her 1980 record “Mayonaka no Door”/”Stay With Me” has become a social-media phenom, topping Spotify’s global Viral chart.

Potter Payper, sentenced to five years in prison in 2018 for running a drug-smuggling operation, and a new single from Rudimental have thumbs wagging in the U.K.

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