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Gwen: Truth wins out.
NEW RELEASES: GWEN FOR THE WIN? (UPDATE)

At the moment, Gwen Stefani looks set to take the #1 spot on the HITS sales and SPS charts this week—and thus give Interscope its third #1 in four weeks, following The 1975 and Kendrick Lamar

Gwen Stefani (Interscope) 70-75k album, 75-80k SPS
Jordan Smith (Republic) 33-38k, 37-42k
Kane Brown (RCA/Zone 4) 21-24k, 27-30k
Passion (Virgin) 19-22k, 21-24k
Iggy Pop (Loma Vista) 13-15k, 14-16k
Jaheim (BMG Rights Management) 12-14k, 13-15k
Batman v Superman (WaterTower) 12-14k, 13-15k
Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots 9-11k, 10-12k
Niykee Heaton (Capitol) 6-8k, 7-9k

Meanwhile, in election news, Senator and candidate for the GOP presidential nomination Ted Cruz has thus far amassed 423 delegates, but apparently everyone still thinks he’s a dick.

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