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

Shazam users are getting the lowdown on new releases by Alamo’s Rod Wave and Columbia’s Lil Nas X; This Is Us drives interest in a soft-rock classic from 1974.

Coi Leray’s “Big Purr (Prrdd)” (Republic) joins Wave’s “Tombstone” and Lil Nas X’s “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” among the freshly dropped songs in the Top 5 of Shazam’s biggest movers in the U.S.

Two ‘70s tracks bookend the Top 5. America’s “Lonely People,” released in 1974 on Warner Bros., peaked at #5 back in the day and is attracting new ears via a usage on NBC’s This Is Us.  Bobby Womack’s theme for the 1973 film Across 110th Street scores new fans after a placement on FX’s Snowfall.

Grammy-winning Ed Sheeran collaborator Amy Wadge is tearing it up in the U.K. with “Steve’s Song,” “Love” and “Faith’s Song’ among the biggest movers.

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