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

New singles from Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber, among the most-added tracks at radio this week, have gone racing up the Shazam USA Top 100.

Bieber’s “Ghost” (Def Jam) and Sheeran’s “Shivers” (Atlantic) are two of the three new songs in the Top 5 Biggest Movers list, the third being the debut single from Chloe, “Have Mercy” (Parkwood/Columbia).

Placements on Ted Lasso have pushed Keane’s 2004 hit “Somewhere Only We Know” (Interscope) and Rex Orange County’s 2017 track featuring Benny Sings, “Loving Is Easy,” up the Biggest Movers list.

As Ted reminds us—and lest we forget—“Fries are called chips. Chips are called crisps. And bangers aren’t great songs, but they do make you feel like dancing because they’re so darn tasty.”

In the land of chips, crisps and bangers, Shazammers are going wild for vintage bangers from the Jefferson Airplane, John Denver, Dusty Springfield and Free

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