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


Now that it's playing on Netflix and Apple TV+, Jennifer Lawrence’s summer sex comedy, No Hard Feelings, is piquing the interest of Shazammers.

Three songs from the film are among the Biggest Movers on the Shazam USA Top 100. Leading off is Phantogram’s decade-old “Black Out Days” (Republic) followed by Bob Seger’s 1980 hit “You’ll Accomp’ny Me” (Capitol) and Andrew Barth Feldman’s slow, solo piano rendering of Daryl Hall & John Oates’ “Maneater.”

The remix of Lil Durk’s “Big Dawg” (Alamo) featuring Chief Wuk gets into the Biggest Movers mix as does Lil Mabu & chriseanrock’s brand new “MR. TAKE YA BITCH.”

The U.K., meanwhile, has gone bonkers for The Klaxons’ “It’s Not Over Yet,” making it the most-Shazammed song of the week following its use in an advert for EE Game Mode. Right behind it is another EE sync, Bloc Party’s “So Here We Are.”

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