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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: ITUNES NEW ARRIVALS

Out of prison yet still on house arrest, Gucci Mane breaks out on iTunes on the Friday flipover as the rapper’s Everybody Looking opens at #1. It’s one of six new releases in iTunes’ fresh Top 10.

Relient K’s first album since celebrating their 10th anniversary,  Air for Free (Mono Vs. Stereo) opens at #2 followed by D.C. metal act Periphery’s Periphery III: Select Difficulty (Sumerian).

The third album from Texas hardcore rock outfit Crown the Empire, Retrograde (Rise) opens at #4. Def Jam’s Lil Durk,  whose debut was released 13 months ago, finds the deluxe edition of Lil Durk 2X dropping at #5.

New Orleans death rap duo $uicideboy$ find their $3.99 special, Radical $Uicide EP (G59) start life at #8.

Justin Bieber’s presence on Major Lazer’s “Cold Water” f/ Bieber and MØ (Mad Descent/Def Jam) pushes the track past the three hot new tracks of the last seven days and powerhouse releases from Sia and Justin Timberlake to take #1.

 

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