UK Top Shazamed Ads: Charles Hamilton and Rita Ora earn Samsung a place in the chart

Samsung has entered The Drum's Shazam chart in second place this week thanks to 'New York Raining' by Charles Hamilton and Rita Ora.

The upbeat track provides the soundtrack to the phone giant's latest TV spot, promoting the wireless charging feature on its new S6 handsets.

'I'll Keep You Safe' by Illinois-born singer-songwriter Sleeping At Last sees Nationwide enter at number six.

The melancholy tune features in the bank's latest advert, which tells the story of a son and father who bond over a special scarf.

And for the fourth week in a row Littlewoods remains at the top with Jess Glynne's 'Hold My Hand' – the score for the retailer's 'Touch' campaign.

The charts are based on the number of times each ad has been Shazamed over the past week using music identification app Shazam.

Shazam Chart

Hold My Hand
Artist: Jess Glyne
Brand: Littlewoods
Campaign: Ss15
Agency: Somo Global
New York Raining
Artist: Charles Hamilton Ft. Rita Ora
Brand: Samsung
Campaign: Galaxy S6
Agency: Starcom
We All Want The Same Thing
Artist: Rixton
Brand: Wall’s Cornetto
Campaign: Peanut Butter Love
Agency: Mindshare World
Unfinished Sympathy
Artist: The Six
Brand: ITV2
Campaign: Love Island
Agency: Itv & Mediacom
I'll Keep You Safe
Artist: Sleeping At Last
Brand: Nationwide
Campaign: On Your Side For Generations
Agency: Havas Mediagroup
Pizza Guy
Artist: Touch Sensitive
Brand: Very
Campaign: #cantwaitforsummer
Agency: Somo Global
Love Again
Artist: Rae Morris
Brand: Boohoo
Campaign: We Are Free
Agency: Hatch
Artist: I'm Fresh! You're Pretty
Brand: Citroën
Campaign: Grand C4 Picasso 2015
Agency: Omd & Havas Ww
My Mistake
Artist: Nina
Brand: Mercedes-Benz
Campaign: C Class
Agency: Amv Bbdo & Mediacom
Feels Like Summer
Artist: Al Green
Brand: Sainsburys
Campaign: Get Summer Started
Agency: Amv Bbdo & Mediacom

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