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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Justin Timberlake’s “Supplies” (RCA), released Thursday morning, races to #1 on the iTunes songs chart (joining prior track "Filthy" in the Top 10), while Fall Out Boy settles in atop the albums list on this flipover Friday.

Fall Out Boy’s Mania (Island/DCD2) is one of nine new titles in the Top 10 today. The debut album from Arista Nashville’s LANCO, Hallelujah Nights, starts at #3 followed by Good News (Sparrow/CCMG), the ninth album from Christian folk-rockers out of Northern Ireland, Rend Collective.

The debut from YouTube sensation Devin Dawson, Dark Horse (Warner Music Nashville), clicks in at #5. EDEN, the Dublin singer who counts Lorde among his fans, finds his debut, Vertigo (Astralwerks), fearlessly climbing to #6.

Throw your horns for the next two: The 10th album from Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society, Grimmest Hits (eOne), screeches to #7 as the fifth album from metalcore act Of Mice & Men, Defy (Rise), hits #8. Kidz Bop Kids 37 (Razor & Tie/Concord) is #9.

First Aid Kit’s Ruins (Columbia), the fourth album from the Soderberg sisters, is #10.

Over at Apple Music, Dave East’s P2 (Def Jam), released on Tuesday, is the week’s highest debut, coming in at #5.

Besides Timberlake’s latest, the iTunes songs chart welcomes tracks from China’s Z. Tao, “Beggar” (See Music), at #9 and The Chainsmokers’ “Sick Boy” (Disruptor/Columbia) at #11.

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