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DEMI, MILEY, SHANIA: WOMEN RULING iTUNES

Brand new albums from Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus and the long-awaited comeback of Shania Twain are dominating the iTunes album chart, at #1, 2 and 3, respectively (as of midnight on the West Coast). 

Lovato'sTell Me You Love Me (Island) is powered by two hit singles: "Sorry Not Sorry", which jumped from #10 to #8 this week on the T40 Mediabase chart, plus her "No Promises" collaboration with Cheat Codes, which sits at #7.

Miley has proved that the power of transformation is real, having morphed yet again on Younger Now (RCA) to emerge as the acoustic chanteuse, armed with that killer voice. Her album includes a feature with Dolly Parton on "Rainbowland."

And Shania has orchestrated a masterful comeback with Now (Mercury Nashville), and with this debut, has demonstrated that music lovers will rally for her no matter how many years have passed between records. 

 

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