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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Cardi B’s debut album, Invasion of Privacy (Atlantic), motors to #1 at iTunes and #3 at Apple Music on this flipover Friday, leading a pack of established names with new albums.

America from Interscope's Thirty Seconds to Mars rockets to #2 followed by Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert (Sony’s Masterworks Broadway), the soundtrack to NBC’s Sunday broadcast.

Hillsong Worship’s 29th album, There is Love (Live) (Capitol Christian Music Group) shines a light at #4 while Kylie Minogue’s first album of new material in four years, Golden (Darenote/BMG) is #6.

The pop edition of the two Elton John-Bernie Taupin tribute albums, Revamp (Island) debuts at 7 as the version featuring country stars, Restoration (UMG Nashville), hits #13.

Underoath’s first album in eight years, Erase Me (Fearless/Concord) #8, the third full-length from Brooklyn hip-hop act Flatbush Zombies, Vacation in Hell (Glorious Dead) is #9, and Find a Light from country-rockers Blackberry Smoke (3 Legged) is #10.

Besides Cardi B, Apple Music has two newcomers in the Top 10. With only four its songs released, YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s Until Death Call My Name is #4 and Famous Dex’s Dex Meets Dexter (300) is #7. Famous Dex’s “Japan” is the top newcomer among streaming songs at #19.

 

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