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DOWNLOAD THIS: Columbia’s Beyoncé remains atop the iTunes album chart this morn, having already become the fastest-selling record in the store's history and hitting #1 in 104 countries. Meanwhile, the “clean” version of her visual album moves to the #4 spot as a couple of newcomers, rapper B.o.B. and Poptronica troupe We the Kings, make noise. Glassnote’s Childish Gambino and RCA’s R. Kelly abide (check our album chart later today for their debuts), and holiday titles from Kelly Clarkson (also RCA) and Madison Gate’s Pentatonix keep on giving. On the singles side, The Voice finalist Tessanne Chin claims the #1 position with a Whitney Houston cover and gets #4 with her take on a Beatles perennial featuring coach Adam Levine. Chin's fellow Voice contestant Jacquie Lee makes the Top 10 with a Dreamgirls tune. Another song that got a boost from the NBC singing show, “Say Something” by Black Magnetic/Epic’s A Great Big World with Christina Aguilera, holds onto #2. Oh, and if you're squinting, click on the graphic to make the chart nice and big. If that doesn't help, consult an optometrist. (12/17a)

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