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NEW RELEASES BLUES (UPDATE)
Business was brisk over the weekend, boosting forecasts on the likely top three finishers on Friday's chart. The Hamilton Mixtape should take the #1 spot on both our SPS and album charts this  week.
 
Hamilton Mixtape (Uptown) 195-205k SPS, 185-195k album
The Rolling Stones (Interscope) 113-118k, 111-116k
Childish Gambino (Glassnote) 110-115k, 68-73k
Grace VanderWaal (SYCO/Columbia) 45-50k, 41-45k
Kane Brown (RCA Nashville/Zone 4) 42-47k, 44-49k
John Legend (Columbia) 34-39k, 25-28k
 
In other news, if you're shopping for a holiday gift for a beleaguered trade-rag editor, a Hefty bag full of chronic is always in good taste.
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