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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

A new single from Ariana Grande and the major-label debut from Texas country artist Cody Johnson lead the iTunes charts this flipover Friday, while Future kisses the sky at Apple Music.

Grande’s “7 rings” (Republic), Johnson’s Ain’t Nothin’ to It (CoJo/Warner Nashville) and Future’s Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD (Epic) sit at #1 on their respective charts on a flipover Friday filled with rookies.

Three other new tracks land in the Top 10 at songs today: Why Don’t We’s “Big Plans” (Signature/Atlantic) at #3; Maren Morris’ “GIRL” (Columbia Nashville) at #6 and Logic’s “Keanu Reeves” (Def Jam) at #7.

At albums, the Face My Fears EP (Epic) from Japanese superstar Hikaru Utada is #2. At #3, is Heard It in a Past Life (Debay Sounds/Capitol), the long-awaited debut from Maggie Rogers, who stunned Pharrell Williams with a musical performance at NYU nearly three years ago.

Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD is #4, followed by Switchfoot’s Native Tongue (Fantasy) at #5 and Human (doddleoddle) from Dodie, a Sony artist in the U.K., at #6. The 10th studio album from Papa Roach, Who Do You Trust (Eleven Seven) is #8.

Just outside the Top 10 are new releases from Kidz Bop Kids, The Steel Woods, James Blake, Flatland Cavalry, Alice Merton and Sharon Van Etten.

New at Apple Music are Comethazine’s Bawskee 2 (Alamo) at #14 and YNW Melly’s We All Shine (P2018) at #18.

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