The Drum's Shazam chart is based on the number of times each ad has been Shazamed over the past week using the music identification app.
This week sees one new entry in at number three from Google Pixel.
Google enters the chart with a quirky campaign questioning the realms of the technological possibilites, created by Essence. Backed by Too Many Zooz's 'Warrior' track, the campaign demonstrates that advances Google has made so far before introducing it's new smartphone.
Taking another leap, is Apple's stylish short with an impressively skilled skateboarder using his Apple Watch Series 3 to listen to Labrinth's 'Misbehaving', which has taken third place in the chart.
Asda keeps its number one spot with Halloween special 'Grave Raver', along with the help of 'Word Up' by Cameo.
Campaign: Halloween 2017
Agency: Saatchi And Saatchi
Brand: Apple Watch Series 3 + Apple Music
Artist: Too Many Zooz
Brand: Google Pixel 2
Shape Of You
Artist: Ed Sheeran
Brand: M&S Food
Campaign: M&s Food – Autumn Food: Let’s Feast
Agency: Grey London
Artist: Naughty Boy
You Don't Know Me
Artist: Jax Jones
Brand: Schwarzkopf LIVE Colour
Campaign: Your Colour, Your Style 2
Agency: Bonne Marque
Artist: Hannah Grace
Brand: LLOYDS BANK
Campaign: By Your Side
Agency: Fcb West
Campaign: Whole New Light
Campaign: The Future Is Exciting
Agency: Team Red, Wpp
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