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J. COLE GETS TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER
Artist opens door to new album. (4/20a)
FROM SIR, WITH LOVE (UPDATE)
An embarrassment of riches (4/20a)
YEEZY'S ONE-TWO PUNCH
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VIVENDI EXPLORING UMG IPO
Pass the cheese puffs, s'il vous plaît. (4/20a)
TOP MONEYMAKERS: DRAKE AND CARDI CLEAN UP
It's not fair to the rest of the kids. (4/20a)
ASK YOUR TASK FORCE
Tina gets advice, whether she wants it or not.
WHEN PUBLISHERS GET MASTERFUL
Why the recording side still holds an allure.
DOES THIS PIZZA TASTE WEIRD TO ANYBODY ELSE?
I actually ate, like, five pieces. But still.
ROBOT MUSIC SUPERVISORS
It's already happening.
Blighty Beat
U.K. MIDWEEKS: EZRA RISING
3/26/18

George Ezra is in the driver’s seat to dethrone The Greatest Showman from #1 on the Official Albums Chart, while Drake’s chart-topping run at singles is in jeopardy as well.

Ezra’s second studio album, Staying at Tamara’s (Columbia), has the lead at midweek in physical and download sales, outpacing Greatest Showman by more than 2:1. Tamara’s has sales of 37k since its release on Friday. His debut, Wanted on Voyage, reached #1 in 2014 three months after debuting at #3.

Over at singles, a midweek logjam in the Top 3 has Rudimental f/Jess GlynneMacklemore and Dan Caplen’s “These Days” (Asylum) at #1 with George Ezra’s “Paradise” and Portugal. The Man’s “Feel It Still” (Atlantic) less than 2,500 sales behind. Drake’s “God’s Plan” (Island) has dropped out of the Top 10 at midweek.

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