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Shazam Industry Charts - 12th September 2017

This Week: J Balvin & Willy William, Sam Smith, ZAYN...
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Shazam Music Newsletter

12th September 2017

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It is now seven weeks as worldwide #1 for J Balvin & Willy William.

'Mi Gente' is at the top of seven of our charts, including Russia, Germany and Canada.

The track is also Top 10 in thirty-seven of our charts.

Movers and Shakers

Sam Smith returned on Friday (September 8) with 'Too Good At Goodbyes'.

The track, the lead song from his upcoming second album, is this week's highest new entry at #28 worldwide. In the US the track lands at #13, while in the UK it enters the chart at #17.

Elsewhere in the UK, Taylor Swift sits at #14 and #15 with '...Ready For It?' and 'Look What You Made Me Do', while ZAYN is a new entry at #27 with 'Dusk Till Dawn'.

In the US, 'No Limit' by G-Eazy is a new entry at #32.

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