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FLIPOVER FRIDAY (UPDATE)

Eminem's surprise release, Kamikaze (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope), fights for its right to #1 with no presales. Marshall Mathers’ 10th album has jetted to the apex of both Apple Music and iTunes, where it has four of the Top 10 singles, with "The Ringer" at #1 and “Lucky You” f/Joyner Lucas flying in close formation right below it.

The first full-length from boyband Why Don't We, 8 Letters. (Signature Ent/Atlantic), opens at #2 followed by the second album from Capitol’s Troye Sivan, Bloom (Capitol).

Jesus Culture’s live album Living With a Fire (Sparrow Records/Jesus Culture/Capitol Christian) is #4. The seventh album from Amos Lee, My New Moon (Dualtone), was in spired by his experiences performing for patients in hospitals; it’s #5.

Alkaline Trio’s Is This Thing Cursed? (Epitaph) dials in at #6. Tash Sultana, the Melbourne, Australia, artist who plays 15 instruments on her Mom+Pop debut Flow State, drifts in at #7.

The 10th album from Black Crow/Nettwerk's Passenger, Runaway, is fittingly #10.

 

 

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