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MOSCO'S ALAMO HEATS UP

Todd Moscowitz's Interscope JV Alamo Records is heating up, following the release of two new projects on 11/1. Rod Wave's Ghetto Gospel—which arrived Friday—has shot up to #6 on the Apple Music albums chart. 

August release, Lil Durk's Love Songs 4 The Streets II holds strong at #21, while the just-released (11/1) HoodRich Pablo Juan album, DMV has entered the top 25 at #23. Rod Wave's PTSD project hangs tough at #28 as well. 

Adding to the heat, blackbear's "hot girl bummer" continues to scorch at Spotify, climbing to #8 at U.S. and #9 on the Global chart. The track is also charting at Top 40. 

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