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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Luke Combs has to like what he sees this flipover Friday. His second full-length What You See is What You Get (River House/Columbia Nashville) sits atop the iTunes albums chart and is #7 at Apple Music, the only country album in the Top 50.

The other Top 10 debut at Apple Music is Doja Cat’s Hot Pink (Kemosabe/RCA), at #9. Right behind at iTunes is Radio Company, the duo of Jensen Ackles and Steve Carlson, tuning in at #2 with Vol. 1 (Two Chair).

The debut album from Harlem rapper Dave East, Survival (Def Jam/Mass Appeal) pops in at #4 and occupies #17 at Apple Music.

FKA Twigs’ second album Magdalene (Young Turks) is #5 followed by The Script’s sixth album Sunsets & Full Moons (Columbia) at #6. Leslie Odom Jr.’s Mr (S-Curve) is #8.

Another sophomore effort, Bishop BriggsChampion (blissmagicjoylove/Island) sits at #9 while Allen Stone’s Building Balance (ATO) closes out the Top 10.

At iTunes songs, the Jonas Brothers usher in the holiday season with “Like It’s Christmas” (Republic) #3, BTS return with an acoustic remix of “Make It Right” f/Lauv (Bighit) at #8, and Karol G & Nicki Minaj’s “Tusa” (Universal Latino/Republic) rests just outside the Top 10.

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