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Thomas Rhett will debut at #1 on Friday’s HITS Top 50, marking the first country album to reach the top this year. Miley Cyrus’ first of three EPs that will make her next album arrives with a like
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Thomas Rhett will debut at #1 on Friday’s HITS Top 50 with new set Center Point Road, marking the first country album to reach the top this year. Miley Cyrus’ SHE IS COMING, the first of three EPs that will make her next album, arrives with a likely Top 5 bow. Following the opening of Rocketman this weekend, Elton John’s Diamonds compilation surges into the Top 10.

  1. *Thomas Rhett (Valory/BMLG) 70-75k total activity, 42-47k album
  2. Billie Eilish (Darkroom/Interscope) 55-60k, 11-13k
  3. Khalid (Right Hand Music/RCA) 35-40k, 3-5k
  4. DJ Khaled (We The Best/Epic) 32-37k, 2-3k
  5. *Miley Cyrus (RCA) 32-37k, 11-13k
  6. Elton JohnDiamonds (Island) 30-35k, 12-15k
  7. DaBaby (Interscope) 30-35k, <1k
  8. Tyler, The Creator (Columbia) 28-32k, 1-2k
  9. Ariana Grande (Republic) 27-30k, 2-3k
  10. Lizzo (Atlantic) 25-28k, 4-5k
  11. Aladdin (Walt Disney) 24-27k, 12-15k
  12. Luke Combs (River House/Columbia Nashville) 23-26k, 2-4k
  13. Post Malone (Republic) 23-26k, <1k
  14. Drake (YMCMB/Republic) 23-26k, <1k
  15. Juice WRLD (Grade A/Interscope) 19-22k, <1k
  16. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (Atlantic) 19-22k, <1k
  17. YG (Def Jam) 17-20k, <1k
  18. Moneybagg Yo (Interscope) 17-20k, <1k
  19. Travis Scott (Cactus Jack/Grand Hustle/Epic) 17-20k, <1k
  20. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (Republic) 17-20k, 1-2k

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In other news, the premiere of X Men franchise outing Dark Phoenix outside our office window has not appreciably affected the number of mutants on Hollywood Boulevard.

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