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THE DEATH OF PRINT JOURNALISM: DNA TEST EDITION

RCA’s Backstreet Boys, who grace the cover of our most recent print edition, have come roaring back with new album DNA debuting at #1 all over the world ahead of their massive tour. The Ron Laffitte-managed pop trailblazers may have gone from boys to men long ago, but it’s clear they’ve still got the goods to make fans go crazy. As for appearing on our cover? Odds are they didn’t want it that way.

Our contents VIP is Epic boss Sylvia Rhone, who's savoring the first #1 chart debut of 2019, from hip-hop phenom Future. This big bow meant the industry vet had no fewer than three titles in the Top 10 on our most recent chart, alongside prior chart-toppers 21 Savage and Travis Scott; her weekly label marketshare is an impressive 4.1. All in all, the label ruler is feeling very much in a groove—though she’d prefer to leave this HITS contents mention in the distant past.

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