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TOP 20: HOLIDAY
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Kodak Black should land on top of Friday’s HITS Top 50. WMG could have this week’s top three titles, although A Star Is Born could be the spoiler.

  1. *Kodak BlackDying To Live (Atlantic) 83-88k Total Activity, 3-5k Albums
  2. Meek MillChampionships (Atlantic) 74-79k, 3-5k
  3. Michael Bublé Christmas (Reprise) 59-64k, 17-20k
  4. Lady Gaga & Bradley CooperA Star Is Born Soundtrack (Interscope) 56-61k, 41-45k
  5. *Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (Republic) 42-46k, 13-15k
  6. Gucci ManeEvil Genius (Atlantic) 42-46k, 3-5k
  7. Travis Scott – Astroworld (Cactus Jack/Grand Hustle/Epic) 42-46k, 3-5k
  8. Pentatonix Christmas is Here! (RCA) 41-45k, 29-32k
  9. DrakeScorpion (YMCMB/Republic) 40-44k, 2-4k
  10. 6ix9ineDummy Boy (Scumgang/Create) 39-42k, <1k
  11. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic) 39-42k, 22-25k
  12. Mariah CareyMerry Christmas (Epic) 38-41k, 5-7k
  13. Post MaloneBeerbongs & Bentleys (Republic) 36-39k, 2-4k
  14. Pentatonix – A Pentatonix Christmas (RCA) 35-38k, 20-23k
  15. Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody (Hollywood) 35-38k, 16-18k
  16. *Bruce SpringsteenSpringsteen On Broadway (Columbia) 33-36k, 31-34k
  17. Lil BabyStreet Gossip (Quality Control/Motown/Capitol) 32-35k, <1k
  18. XXXTentacion - Skins (Bad Vibes Forever/EMPIRE) 32-35k, 4-6k
  19. Michael Bublé – Love (Reprise) 29-32k, 28-31k
  20. Juice WRLD Goodbye & Good Riddance (Grade A/Interscope)

*DEBUTS

Our office is going dark, which in this case means it will actually be locked and empty until 2019. It's always dark, of course, in that it's populated by us. But as we plunge into our eggnog-filled kiddie pools and holly-stuffed bongs, we salute you, dear readers, without whom we would surely lose our phoney-baloney jobs. Happy holidays, Happy New Year, and we'll catch you on the flip side.

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