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Shazam Industry Charts - 20th February 2018

This Week: Bazzi, Coldplay, Marshmello & Anne-Marie...
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Shazam Music Newsletter

20th February 2018

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Worldwide Chart

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'Mine' by Bazzi is the new Worldwide #1.

The track knocks CamelPhat & Elderbrook's 'Cola' off the top spot after one week. It falls four places to #5.

The Worldwide Top 5 is completed by 'Lights Down Low' by Max (#2), 'Perfect' by Ed Sheeran (#3) and 'All The Stars' by Kendrick Lamar & SZA (#4).

Movers & Shakers

Music used by athletes at the Winter Olympics has led to some unusual new entries.

'O' by Coldplay - used by skater Adam Rippon - is a new entry in the US at #16. The track closes the band's 2014 album, 'Ghost Stories'.

Another track used by Rippon, 'Arrival Of The Birds' by The Cinematic Orchestra, is at #48 in the US.

In the UK, 'Feel It Still' by Portugal. The Man holds at #1. Marshmello & Anne-Marie break into the Top 10 with 'Friends' (#7).

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