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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Maren Morris and Juice WRLD are waking up to a lovely flipover Friday at iTunes and Apple Music where fans are showing a particular fondness for individuals who use the caps lock key.

Morris’ second Columbia Nashville album GIRL sits at #1 at iTunes followed one slot lower by Juice WRLD’s Death Race for Love (Grade A/Interscope), which tops the Apple Music chart. On the streaming songs side, his “Hear Me Calling” is #5,  “Robbery” is #8 and "Empty" is #17.

Back at iTunes New Kids on the Block’s 30th anniversary edition of Hangin’ Tough (Sony Legacy), which features three new tracks and five remixes, is #3. If you’re feeling nostalgic about acid-washed jeans and Game Boys, Legacy is releasing the album on cassette.

Dido’s fifth album—and her first in five years—Still On My Mind (BMG) drops in at #4 while David Gray’s Gold in a Brass Age (AWAL) is #5. Tesla’s eighth studio album Shock (UMe) sparks up at #6 with Patty Griffin’s self-titled PGM/Thirty Tigers release at #7 and FoalsPart 1 Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost (Warner Bros.) at #9.

Louis Tomlinson has the top new song, “Two of Us” (Syco/Arista), which is #3.

Back at Apple Music, two titles still in pre-release mode with only four tracks available land in the Top 10: Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (Darkroom/Interscope) is #8 Khalid’s Free Spirit (RCA) has parked at #9.

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