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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

There’s a pot of gold at the start of Rainbow for Kesha as her new Kemosabe/RCA release opens at #1 on the iTunes album chart. The clean version is #6, though she’s not the only artist landing two versions of the same material in the Top 40 on this flipover Friday. (Hint: It’s a good day for RCA to raise a glass).

P!nk’s new single, “What About Us” (RCA), occupies slots #1 and #32 on the iTunes songs chart. The explicit version is the chart-topper, natch; the cleaned-up one sits a little farther up but remains Top 40.

Back on the albums chart, Moneybagg Yo is #2 with Federal 3X, making it the second album this year from N-Less/Interscope. Following just behind is the Stoney Creek debut from Canadian country singer Lindsay Eli, The Project, at #3.

Dodie Clark, the YouTube artist who goes by dodie, sees her self-released EP, You, pop in at #4. Jesus Culture, the Sacramento-based Christian act that has been around since 2005, beams in at #5 with Love Has a Name (Sparrow/Capitol).

Avicii moves up to #7 with Avici (01) – EP (Avicii/Geffen), just ahead of Bebe Rexha’s All Your Fault: Pt. 2 – EP (Warner Bros.) which sits at #11.

Kesha’s album is also the top debut at Apple Music, currently sitting at #24 (explicit) and #55 (clean).

 

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