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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: ITUNES AND APPLE MUSIC NEW ARRIVALS

RCA’s band of brothers Kings of Leon post their own Walls at #1 on iTunesTop Albums chart upon release. The Nashville rockers’ seventh album sits on the throne followed by seven other newbies in the Top 10 on flipover Friday.

The deluxe version of JoJo’s Mad Love (Warner Music Group) opens at #2 followed by the Australian mega-church act Hillsong Worship’s Let There Be Light (Hillsong Church).

EVOLution, the second album from Hollywood’s Sabrina Carpenter, star of Girl Meets World, comes in at #4 with married couple JOHNNYSWIM’s Georgica Pond (Big Picnic) floating at #5.

The Game’s look back at his younger days, 1992 (Entertainment One/Fifth Amendment/ Blood Money), rolls a six.  The fifth album from the Allman Brothers-inspired Blackberry Smoke, Like an Arrow (Legged), is at #7.

L.A. synth-pop band The Naked and Famous returns with Simple Forms (Somewhat Damaged/Kobalt) at #10.

Maroon 5’s new single with Kendrick Lamar, “Don’t Wanna Know” shoots straight to #1 two days after its release on the iTunes Top Songs chart.

Apple Music’s Top 10 sees two new arrivals, Rae Sremmurd f/Gucci Mane’s “Black Beatles” (Eardruma/Interscope) and Amine’s “Caroline” (Republic).

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