Streaming Gains for New Olivia Rodrigo Song and Classic James Newton Howard Folk Ballad Driven by New 'Hunger Games' Movie

Welcome to Billboard Pro's Trending Up section, where we take a deeper look at the songs, musicians, oddities, and trends that have piqued the interest of the music industry. 

Some have appeared out of nowhere, while others have taken months to catch on, and all of them have the potential to become ubiquitous in the blink of a TikTok video. 

This week's schedule: A fresh release in the Hunger Games franchise leads to increases for old and new soundtrack songs, while a new TikTok challenge provides a not-so-old JID hit a second chance at the charts, 

Drake fans celebrate the title day of a deep cut, and more.Following its Nov. 17 release in multiplexes, The Hunger Games:

The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes topped the box office last weekend with a $100 million international revenue. With the release of the prequel film, set 64 years before the events of the original Hunger Games, 

fans returned to songs old and new linked with the franchise, volunteering as homage as they hit play on streaming services.

"Can't Catch Me Now," the Olivia Rodrigo soundtrack single published on November 3, may have lost 25 spots to No. 81 on the Billboard Hot 100 in its second week, 

but early streaming reports for this week indicate a bounce in connection with the film's premiere. 

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