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NEW RELEASES: THAT'S A RAP, RAPTORS (UPDATE)

The week's two biggest debuts, by Capitol Nashville's Dierks Bentley and Epic's Fifth Harmony, are likely to come in at #2 and #3 on this week's Sales Plus Streaming chart behind YMCMB/Republic's streaming colossus, Drake.

Dierks Bentley (Capitol Nashville) 92-97k SPS, 80-85k albums
Fifth Harmony (Epic) 72-77k SPS, 50-55k albums

One hopes his continued chart dominance will offer some consolation to the Canadian artist following the Toronto Raptors' season-ending home loss  to the Cavs in game six of the Eastern Conference finals. Props to Drake, the team's megastar mascot, and his fellow fans for their undying support, keeping their "Let's go, Raptors" chant going even when after the game was out of reach, even past the final whistle. In a related story, Bernie Sanders is holding multiple rallies in California.

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