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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Taylor Swift’s latest single release, the title track from her upcoming Republic album, Lover, goes straight to #1 on the iTunes songs chart, followed by a new tracks from RCA's Miley Cyrus. The covers of the two tracks provide quite a study in contrasts.

Cyrus’s surprise release, “Slide Away,” is #2, three slots above Normani’s “Motivation” (Keep Cool/RCA). Another rookie, Pop Smoke f/Nicki Minaj’s “Welcome to the Party (remix)” (Victor Victor/Republic) has worked its way into the Top 20.

On the iTunes albums chart this flipover Friday, Killswitch Engage’s Atonement (Metal Blade) blasts its way to #1 ahead of Young Thug’s So Much Fun at #3 and #1 at Apple Music.

Ascend, the third full-length from AstralwerksIllenium, rises to #4, two slots ahead of Drew Holcomb & the NeighborsDragons (Magnolia/Thirty Tigers).

Sleater-Kinney’s ninth album in 25 years, The Center Won’t Hold (Mom+Pop), grabs #7 in the morning hours.

New titles from Frank Turner, Snoop Dogg, Sara Bareilles, The Hold Steady and Hunter Hayes sit just outside the Top 10.

Sitting at #5 at Apple Music is the 32-track compilation Quality Control: Control the Streets Vol. 2 (Quality Control/Motown) that features Lil Baby, City Girls, Stefflon Don and Marlo.

BIEBER'S CHANGES DROPPING ON VALENTINE'S DAY
There's a tour too. (1/28a)
KEN TELLS ALL
Mr. Ehrlich talks about Kobe, the Academy and Fame. (1/28a)
AND THE GRAMMY GOES TO...
The list. (1/28a)
TREVOR DANIEL SIGNS TO PULSE
Pubco's first big inking post-deal. (1/28a)
HOW THE GRAMMYS BROUGHT THE HEALING
We use words like 'gravitas." (1/28a)
SUPER BOWL!
It's apparently some kind of sporting event.
HOW DOES GRAMMY MOVE ON?
From scandal to ... status quo?
VALENTINE'S DAY
The price of love must be carefully calculated. (Cough, Bieber tickets, cough.)
JOHN BOLTON TO TESTIFY!
Just kidding. Mitch and Lindsey won't let that happen.
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