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DOWNLOAD THIS: The iTunes singles Top 10, with the exceptions of Meghan Trainor's unflappable "All About That Bass" and a track by Christian hip-hop artist Lecrae, is filled with (a) songs performed on the VMAs, (b) songs by artists who performed other songs during the VMAs or (c) songs that were unveiled during the VMAs. The latter category belongs to Eminem, whose new single with Sia climbs to #4. On the album leaderboard, turnover Tuesday finds Ariana Grande remaining on top, Brad Paisley with more than longnecks in his Trunk and impressive initial showings by RCA's Chris Brown, Bethel Music's Christian singer/songwriter Steffany Gretzinger and indie rock outfit Thousand Foot Krutch. Speaking of rock, Warner Bros.' amp-melting U.K. duo Royal Blood is bubbling under at #18. Oh, and some feller named Prince (on NPG/WB) has new music at #29. (8/26a)

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