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

An 11-year-old song used in a documentary series about a dark chapter in American history is the greatest gainer on the Shazam USA Top 100 and also getting thumbs wagging in the U.K., where Ed Sheeran’s new one has captivated listeners.

The White Buffalo’s “Wish It Was True” (Unison), released in 2012, heads up this week’s Biggest Movers list in the States after a sync on Netflix’s Waco: American Apocalypse. It’s the third-Biggest Mover in the U.K., trailing Lil Baby’s “Low Down” and Sheeran’s latest release, “Eyes Closed” (Atlantic).

Syncs drove the four Biggest Movers in the U.S. Florence + The Machine’s “Free” (Republic) appeared in the end credits of the latest episode of Apple TV+’s Shrinking; In This Moment’s “I Would Die for You” (Lakeshore) is on the soundtrack to Lionsgate’s John Wick: Chapter 4; and Andrew Bird’s “Night’s Falling” (Wegawam/Loma Vista) gets a kick from the new season of Ted Lasso.

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