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DOWNLOAD THIS: Are you surprised Beyonce's out-of-the-blue new Columbia album holds the top two spots on the iTunes album rundown (one version for those who prefer profanity, and one for those who don't)? Neither are we. Meanwhile, R. Kelly (RCA) and Glassnote's Childish Gambino add their own grooves to the upper reaches of the chart, while holiday champs Kelly Clarkson (also RCA), Pentatonix and Disney's Frozen ST are the gifts that keep on giving. On the singles side, X Factor contenders Alex and Sierra nabs two spots, one for their version of "Say Something," while that song's originators, Black Magnetic/Epic's A Great Big World, hold the #2 position (with Christina Aguilera, of course). Another X Factor contestant, Jeff Gutt, cracks the Top 10 with the eleventy-millionth rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." Meanwhile, the usual suspects just keep on going. Pass the gift cards, Meemaw! (Oh, and click the graphic for a magnified view.) (12/13p)

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