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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Chris Stapleton opens ahead of U2 as his From a Room, Volume 2 (Mercury Nashville) takes the #1 slot at iTunes on this flipover Friday. Apple Music has no new arrivals in the Top 10 but that could well change by the end of the day.

The deluxe edition of U2’s Songs of Experience (Interscope) etches a spot at #2 ahead of four other newcomers in the Top 10. At #4 is Danielle Bradberry, a winner of The Voice in 2013 who released her debut that same year; I Don’t Believe We’ve Met (BMLG) is her first album in four years,.

The fourth album from Miguel, War & Leisure (ByStorm/RCA), is #5 at iTunes and #11 at Apple Music, making it the highest newcomer on the streaming service. Andy Grammer’s The Good Parts (S-Curve) is #7.

New Kids on the Block join the holiday spirit with Thankful (UnWrapped) at #10.

On the songs chart, Ed Sheeran’s duet with Beyonce on his “Perfect” (Atlantic) shoots straight to #1 with the original version trailing right behind it. The Top 10 has two other newbies: G-Eazy & Halsey’s “Him & I” (RCA) at #6 and Louis Tomlinson’s “Miss You” (Syco) at #7.

Taylor Swift’s reputation (BMLG) has been released to streaming services, is being promoted at Apple Music and is already Top 10 at the service.

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THE BRITS:
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SONGWRITERS HALL TO HONOR SIR LUCIAN
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5SOS DROPS A NEW ONE
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KACEY'S GOOD
AS GOLDEN
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MONEY, MONEY, MONEY
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A NEW STREAMING PLAYER?
Who's getting into the game?
MY DOCTOR SAID NO MORE PIZZA
But she's not here.
OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
At least try to be less obvious about it.
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