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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Logic has shot straight to #1 on two charts, leaving the top slot at iTunes songs for Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber on this flipover Friday. Check it out below.

Logic’s Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (Def Jam) is #1 on the album charts at iTunes and Apple Music, where Universal Music Group labels are off to a particularly good start. Besides Logic, Ari Lennox’s Tuesday release, Shea Butter Baby (Dreamville/Interscope), is #7 and BIG 4x from Interscope’s Stunna 4 Vegas, a Wednesday release, is #14. “Triggered (freestyle)” from Def Jam’s Jhene Aiko, released on Wednesday, sits at #2 on Apple Music songs.

Young Nudy & Pi’erre Bourne’s Sli’merre (Paradise East) is #2 at Apple Music.

Back at iTunes, Sammy Hagar & the Circle Space Between (FWO/BMG) drives in at #2 followed by the seventh album from Ciara, Beauty Marks (Beauty Marks) #3 and Marc Anthony’s OPUS (Sony Latin) at #4.

The first album in four years from Whitesnake, Flesh & Blood (Frontiers) is #5; Australian Christian rockers Newsboys are #8 with United (Newsboys) and Parachute’s self-titled Thirty Tigers release, their fifth overall, is #9.

At songs, Sheeran & Bieber’s “I Don’t Care” is #1 and already Top 30 at Apple Music. Luke Combs’ Wednesday release “Beer Never Broke My Heart” (Red River/Columbia Nashville) is #2 at iTunes.

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