Shazam's Top 20 Locally Tagged Songs for the Month of September




Each month, the folks at Shazam, the company responsible for creating the app that lets you identify songs you hear on the radio or in clubs, compile the Top 20 songs that have been tagged in Cleveland and then exclusively send us the list. Here's last month's tally, topped by "Royals," the catchy tune from 16-year-old singer-songwriter Lorde.

1. “Royals
,” Lorde

2. “Bezerk,” 

3. “It Goes Like This,” 
Thomas Rhett

4. “That's My Kind of Night,” 
Luke Bryan

5. “Sail,” 
AWOL Nation

6. “I Luv This Shit,” 
August Alsina Feat. Trinidad James

7. “The Voice,” 
The Voice — Blind Auditions

8. “Roar,” 
Katy Perry

9. “All Me
,” Drake Feat. 2 Chainz & Big Sean

10. "Blurred Lines," Robin Thicke Feat. T.I. and Pharrell

11. “Up All Night,” 
Jon Pardi

12. “Can't Believe It,” 
Flo Rida Feat. Pitbull

13. “Can't Hold Us,” 
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. Ray Dalton

14. “Hold On, We're Going Home,” Drake Feat. Majid Jordan

15. “Whatever She's Got,” David Nail

16. “Wasting All These Tears
,” Cassadee Pope

17. “Wake Me Up,” 
Avicii Feat. Aloe Blacc

18. “Memories Back Then,” T.I. Feat. B.o.B. & Kendrick Lamar & Kris Stephens

19. “Summertime Sadness,” Lana del Rey

20. “Sunny and 75” 
Joe Nichols


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