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

Lauryn Hill has stormed the greatest gainers lists of the Shazam Top 100 with "Ex-Factor" on both sides of the pond. The 1998 classic from Ruffhouse/Columbia owes its rise to a couple of things: Amber Riley’s recent cover and its being a clue in the new online music game Heardle.

While it sits atop the U.K.’s Biggest Gainers list, in the U.S. BADBADNOTGOOD f/Charlotte Day Wilson’s 2016 release “In Your Eyes” (Innovative Leisure) is the Biggest Mover following a sync on FX’s Atlanta. Amerie’s “1 Thing” (Columbia), released in 2005 and having appeared in that year's film Hitch, gets thumbs moving after a placement in The Worst Person in the World.

And with a new dance competition show on the way, Shakira’s 2001 crossover smash “Whenever, Wherever” (Epic) is exploding globally.

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