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ITUNES GETS DANGEROUS

Immediately following the drop of her third album, Republic star Ariana Grande soared to #1 on iTunes' overall album sales chart in the U.S. and across the globe in more than 65 countries. Dangerous Woman—priced at $12.99—currently remains the top dog (or bunny) and, based on early projections, is in the running to go #1 on the HITS Sales Plus Streaming Chart this time next week.

Meanwhile, title track and lead single "Dangerous Woman" is in the Top 10 on iTunes' singles chart.

Keep in mind that her success so far has been achieved without using trendy windowing tactics, as it's gone wide to all services (yes, including Spotify).

In tandem with the set's release, Vevo has revealed exclusive videos from her intimate surprise performance yesterday at NYC's Angel Orensanz Center. Watch the one for "Dangerous Woman" below.

As for the rest of the new releases at iTunes, at press time, Blake Shelton's If I'm Honest (Warner Bros. Nashville) is #2, Eric Clapton's I Still Do (Bushbranch/Surfdog) is #5 and Bob Dylan's Fallen Angels (Columbia) is #19.

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