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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

A surprise drop from MigosQuavo Huncho is already affecting the iTunes and Apple Music charts this flipover Friday. The Quality Control/Motown/Capitol rapper’s Quavo is #1 at Apple Music, #4 at iTunes, and two of its tracks are generating streams.

“Pass Out” f/21 Savage and “Huncho Dreams” are already Top 20 at Apple Music.

Another six new albums are in the iTunes Top 10 as the sun rises on the West Coast. TobyMac’s first album in three years, The Elements (F.L./Capitol Christian) #2 followed by the much-anticipated full-length debut from Ella Mai, Ella (10 Summers/Interscope) at #3 and #5 at Apple Music.

Right behind Quavo is Young the Giant’s Mirror Master (Elektra) at #5 and Atreyu’s In Our Wake (Spinefarm) at #7.

The second album from Canadian singer/songwriter Colter Wall, Songs of the Plains (Young Mary’s/Thirty Tigers) is #9, one slot ahead of Jess Glynne’s Always in Between (Atlantic UK).

The surprise drop from Usher & Zaytoven, “A” (RCA) sits just outside the Top 10 along with Morgan EvansThings That We Drink To, NCT 127’s Regular-Irregular—The First Album and Tom Morello’s The Atlas Underground.

At iTunes songs, Bad Bunny f/Drake’s “MIA” (OVO/Rimas/Warner Bros.) is #2.

 

 

 

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