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NINE OUTTA 10
AIN'T BAD

As of Wednesday morning, Sir Lucian Grainge's Universal had nine of the Top 10 singles on the iTunes U.S. chart. The cuts appear on Big MachineCapitolRepublic, Def JamIsland, Universal Latin and Interscope, with five of the top six falling under Republic's promo purview.

Taylor Swift's two new tracks rule the roost at full price, while a number of other cuts on the leaderboard are priced at 69 cents

While there's been a small amount of fluctuation since, UMG has maintained the overwhelming majority of the Top 10.

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