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A$AP Rocky’s surprise RCA release looks like a safe bet to hold onto the top spot on the iTunes album chart for the rest of the week, at least. Along with another batch of here today, gone tomorrow debuts, Hillsong United’s latest Capitol Christian offering could have some staying power past turnover Tuesday (a term we’ll have to throw on the junkpile come July), while UMe’s Pitch Perfect 2, Varvatos/Big Machine/Republic’s Zac Brown Band, Interscope’s Zedd and Fueled by Ramen/ADA’s Twenty One Pilots are holding up well.

Then, of course, there’s Taylor, lording over the singles chart, while people are still buying 1989—we figured everyone already had it. S-Curve/Hollywood’s Andy Grammer and Columbia’s Rachel Platten, meanwhile, appear to have taken up long-term leases on the leaderboard. We’ll take another look on Friday morning to see who’s in it to win it and who’s yesterday’s news. 

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ACQUITTED
In a phenomenal display of cowardice.
MOVING THE NEEDLE
When vaccination schedules and touring schedules meet.
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