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

 

Justin Bieber’s latest smash bears fruit at radio, streaming services and the Shazam USA Top 100, where this week’s Biggest Movers suggest people are watching something other than college basketball.

Beyond Bieber’s “Peaches” (Def Jam) are two indie songs featured in the 3/18 episode of ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy—Anson Seabra “Walked Through Hell” and Bjear’s “Hymn”—and Concrete Blonde’s hit from 1990, “Joey” (Capitol), which was used in Netflix’s Deadly Illusions.

Rounding out the Top 5 is the soundtrack song for Apple’s most recent iPhone ad, Naika’s self-released “Sauce.”

In Blighty, where they think Gonzaga is the white sauce their aunt served with strawberries last Easter, Bieber’s “Peaches” is right behind JAE5 f/Skepta & Rema’s “Dimension.” They’re watching a lot of TV, too, as oldies from Concrete Blonde, Tears for Fears and The Proclaimers are among the biggest movers. 

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