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With Kanye West still tinkering with the final tracklist for The Life of Pablo—which was supposed to drop today—it's Future who stays locked at #1 on the album chart with EVOL, and Coldplay fresh off their Super Bowl look sitting at #2 with Head Full of Dreams.  Meanwhile, the rest of the Top Ten reflects hits with considerable staying power from Adele, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Sam Hunt, Bryson Tiller and Selena Gomez

A bargain-priced Frank Sinatra set, meanwhile, exerts its romantic allure with Valentine's Day afoot.

On the singles side, Rihanna continues to "Work," maintaining Top 5 sales, along with Bieber's "Love Yourself" and ZAYN's "PILLOWTALK." Breakout Lukas Graham clocks in at #7 with "7 Years," and Coldplay's "Adventure of a Lifetime" back in the Top Ten at #9.

 

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