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NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC (UPDATE)

Machine Gun Kelly's third album, BINGE (Bad Boy/Interscope), is #1 at iTunes this Flipover Friday, followed by the 35-minute, nine-track Prince set Piano & a Microphone 1983 (NPG/Warner Bros.) at #2 and  Josh Groban's eighth studio album, a collection of a dozen new songs, Bridges (Reprise), at #3.

Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators hangs up his top hat at #5 with Living the Dream (Snakepit/Roadrunner). Blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa finds Redemption (J&R Adventures) at #6, two slots ahead of Lupe Fiasco’s seventh album, a concept album about slaves, Drogas Wave (Thirty Tigers). 

At #9 is BROCKHAMPTON's  iridescence (RCA); at Apple Music, it's currently sitting at #6. The Story So Far’s Proper Dose (Pure Noise) is #10 on the album sales chart.

At songs, Avril Lavigne’s first new music in five years, “Head Above Water” (BMG), is #2 at iTunes,  The Chainsmokers f/Kelsea Ballerini’s “This Feeling” (Disruptor/Columbia) is #5 and Mumford & Sons' "Guiding Light" (Glassnote) is #10. MGK's Eminem diss, "Rap Devil" is #7, while Em's fierce reply, "Killshot," sits at #1.

Lil Uzi Vert’s “New Patek” (Atlantic), a Tuesday release, is #1 at Apple Music.

 

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