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A$AP Rocky holds the #1 spot on the album chart at iTunes just now, while the remainder of the Top Ten is a tight field of sticky smashes. Perennial hit soundtracks Pitch Perfect 2 and Fifty Shades of Grey continue to dominate, as do Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and Nashville breakout Sam Hunt, who's crossing over bigtime with "Montevallo"(#8).

On the singles side, Taylor is ruling with "Bad Blood," while The Weeknd vaults into #2 due in part to his powerful new video for "The Hills", with the rest of the Top Ten looking very steady with the exception of Omi's "Cheerleader," which continues to gain momentum in both sales and airplay, currently sitting at #9. 

Meanwhile, the FIFA leadership is curating a new playlist featuring such classic tunes as "Big Balls," "Loser" and "Got Your Money."

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