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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Flipover Friday is a sunny day for Chinese star Kris Wu. His U.S. debut Antares (Ace Unit/Interscope) is #1 at iTunes and seven songs from the album occupy the top slots on the iTunes songs chart, led by “November Rain.”

Over at Apple Music, Metro Boomin’s Not All Heroes Wear Capes (Republic) is #1. Right behind him is the debut from MigosTakeoff, The Last Rocket (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol) at #2 and Moneybagg Yo’s Reset (N-Less/Interscope) at #5.

Back to iTunes where Pistol Annies’ third album, Interstate Gospel (RCA Nashville) loads in at #2 and Barbra Streisand’s first set of original songs since 2005, Walls (Columbia) #3.

EXO’s Don’t Mess Up My Tempo (SM) claims #4, the Takeoff album is #6 and Adam Calhoun’s self-released The Throne sits down at #7.

Swizz BeatzPoison (Epic) drops in at #8, Metro Boomin is #9 and Moneybagg Yo is #10. 

New releases from Tenacious D, H.E.R., Vince Staples and Action Bronson are just outside the Top 10.

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