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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC (UPDATE)

Post Malone's highly anticipated third album, Hollywood's Bleeding (Republic), gushes to #1 at iTunes and Apple Music, while his single "Circles" tops the streaming chart and is #2 in sales.

Tracks from the album fill nine of the Top 10 slots at Apple Music while his "Take What You Want" f/Ozzy Osbourne and Travis Scott is working its way into the Top 20 at iTunes songs.

This flipover Friday also sees the arrival at #2 of the self-titled debut from the  female country supergroup The Highwomen, featuring Maren Morris, Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby and Amanda Shires. Melanie Martinez’s K-12 (Atlantic) is #4—it’s the version with a film—and #7.

Lindsey Stirling’s Artemis (Lindseystomp/BMG) fiddles around at #5,

Home Free’s self-released Dive Bar Saints pours in at #7, and Sleeping With SirensHow It Feels to Be Lost (Sumerian) parks at #9.

At iTunes songs,John Mayer’s “Carry Me Away” (Columbia) has swooped in at #2, one slot ahead of Kelsea Ballerini's "homecoming queen?" (Black River).  Camila Cabello's Thursday drops are putting on a strong showing: "Shameless" (Syco/Epic) is #5 and "Liar" is #6. Her collab with Shawn Mendes, "Señorita," is #7, giving her three in a row.

OneRepublic's "Wanted" (Mosley/Interscope) and Steve Aioki & Backstreet Boys’ “Let It Be Me” (Ultra) are new to the Top 20.

 

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