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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

Olivia Rodrigo’s debut single, a snippet of an upcoming song from SZA, two tracks involving Doja Cat and a viral hit have captured the ears and thumbs of Shazam users in the last week.

Rodrigo’s “drivers license” (Geffen) has already shattered records at Spotify and is gassed up for a ride up the Shazam U.S. Top 100, while TDE/RCA’s SZA teased a new single on TikTok that her fans have dubbed “Shirt.” (We hear it was titled “Bloodstain.”) “drivers license” and “shirt” are the biggest movers in the U.K. along with The Pharcyde’s 1995 track “Runnin’.”

Doja Cat is among the week’s greatest gainers twice—first for “Streets” (Kemosabe/RCA) and secondly for her collab with Saweetie, “Best Friend” (ICY/Warner). Erica Banks’ “Buss It” (Warner) benefits from being the first viral hit resulting from a TikTok challenge this year.

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