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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Florida Georgia Line’s fourth album zips to #1 this flipover Friday at iTunes, where a collab from Cardi B and Bruno Mars leads three new singles onto the songs leaderboard, in addition to 10 new titles on the album chart.

FGL’s Can’t Say I Ain’t Country (BMLG) takes the top slot ahead of Avril Lavigne’s first full-length in more than five years, Head Above Water (BMG) at #2.

Drake’s decade-old mixtape So Far Gone (YMCMB) hits #3 at iTunes and #2 at Apple Music where Yung Bleu’s Thursday release Bleu Vandross 2 (Columbia) is #7.

The new arrivals list closes on a rootsy note with Ryan Bingham’s American Love Song (Axster Bingham/Thirty Tigers) at #5 and the Tedeschi Trucks Band’s Signs (Swamp Family/Fantasy) at #6.

New titles from Trisha Yearwood, One OK Rock, Betty Who and India.Arie plus a Foreigner live album are knocking on the door of the Top 10.

On the singles side, Cardi and Bruno’s “Please Me” (Atlantic) shoots straight to #1, followed by two Valentine’s Day releases, Zedd & Katy Perry’s “365” (Interscope) at #5 and Why Don’t We’s “Cold in L.A.” (Signature/Atlantic) at #13.

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