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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Friday the 13th isn’t spooking anyone about new releases—it’s a bonanza of newcomers at iTunes on flipover Friday. P!nk’s latest from RCA grabs two slots in the all-new Top 10, #1 and #4, as familiar faces dot the rest of the list.

Beautiful Trauma, P!nk’s seventh album, finds its explicit version atop the chart and the clean one at #4 behind Beck’s followup to his Grammy-winning Morning Phase and Gucci Mane’s Mr. Davis (Atlantic).

Colors (Capitol) is the 13th album from Mr. Hanson and his first full-length in nearly four years. Mane’s Mr. Davis is the week’s top debut at Apple Music, opening at #2.

Country music occupies the next two slots: The second album from Epic’s Jessie James Decker, Southern Girl City Lights is #5 and Russell Dickerson’s Your (Triple Tigers) is #6; a third country title, Carly Pearce’s Every Little Thing (BMLG), is #10.

The Southern California reggae band Dirty Heads floats in at #7 with Swim Team (Five Seven). Wu-Tang Clan’s first album since 2014, The Saga Continues (eOne), enters at #8 after being premiered Thursday on Beats 1.

St. Vincent’s Masseduction (Loma Vista) takes a seat at #9 while Robert Plant’s sixth album of the 21st century, Carry Fire (Trolcharm/Nonesuch), sparks up at #11.

On the songs chart, Chinese-Canadian actor and former K-Pop band member Kris Wu sits at #8 with “Deserve” f/Travis Scott (Ace Unit). The track was released Thursday and got as high as #2.

At Apple Music, dvsn’s Morning After (OVO/Warner Bros.) is waking up at #21—it’s the second highest debut—while rolling over at #14 on iTunes.

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