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 Mumford & Sons are dominating digital album sales this week, as Wilder Mind—the new project that marks a major change in the band's sound—holds the top two positions on the iTunes album chart with Deluxe and regular album versions. Zach Brown Band holds at #3, and Mercury's Chris Stapleton lands inside the Top 5 with Traveller. Independent rapper Tech N9ne garners a top ten debut off the strength of his current radio hit, "Hood Go Crazy."

On the singles side, two contestants from last night's rounds of The Voice storm the top ten, with teenager Sawyer Fredericks at #3 and #10 with his covers of "Shine On" and "Take Me to The River," respectively, while contestant Meghan Linsey vaults into the Top 5 with "Amazing Grace." Britney Spears & Iggy Azalea are at #2 with their new collabo "Pretty Girls" and Andy Grammer, among others, staying hot.

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