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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

The first album in eight years from Robyn, Honey (Konichiwa/Interscope), tops the iTunes album chart on this flipover Friday. Meanwhile, it's not too early to start slinging the tinsel, as RCA's Pentatonix drop their Christmas Is Here! and carol their way up to #3.

The third album from Toronto rapper-singer Tory Lanez, Love Me Now? (Mad Love/Interscope) opens at #8 at Apple Music and #16 at iTunes. It is one of two releases to appear in the Top 20 on both lists: The full-length debut from Japan-born, Oakland-raised R&B singer Joji, Ballads 1 (88Rising/12Tone) is #6 at iTunes and #14 at Apple Music.

Back at iTunes, Fight the Fury’s five-song EP Still Breathing (Atlantic) is #3 followed by the first prominent holiday release of the year, Pentatonix’s Christmas is Here! (RCA), at #5.

The sophomore album from British glam-rockers The Struts, Young & Dangerous (Interscope), is #7, RM’s mono., a Tuesday release from Bighit, holds on at #8 and the deluxe edition of Andrea Bocelli’s Si (Decca) says yes to #10.

Sitting just outside the Top 10 are new releases from Thirty TigersWhitey Morgan and the White Lines, Warner Bros.’ Lukas Graham, Capitol Christian Music’s Chris Tomlin, Curb’s Francesca Battistelli, XL’s Thom Yorke and MCA Nashville’s Josh Turner.

On the songs side, we heve two new #1s: Cardi B’s Monday release “Money” (Atlantic) tops Apple Music's chart and Steve Aioki f/BTS’ “Waste It on Me” (Ultra) is tops at iTunes.

P!nk’s version of “A Million Dreams” from Atlantic’s The Greatest Showman—Reimagined is #3 behind "Money." XXXTentacion & Lil Pump’s Thursday release, “Arms Around You” f/Maluma & Swae Lee (Warner Bros./Bad Vibes Forever/Empire), is #9.

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