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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Jason Aldean’s fourth album, titled 9 (Macon/Broken Bow), leads off all new Top 6 this flipover Friday while Trippie Redd’s A Love Letter to You 4 (Ten Thousand Projects) is #1 at Apple Music.

Coldplay’s Everyday Life (Parlophone/Atlantic) holds down two slots: The explicit version is #2 and the clean one is #4. (Chris Martin talks dirty? Who knew?)

Beck’s 14th album, Hyperspace (Capitol), shoots in at #3 followed by the final recordings of Leonard Cohen, Thanks for the Dance (Columbia/Legacy) at #5. Redd’s album is #6.

Decca’s new release of vintage Bing Crosby vocals and fresh recordings from the London Symphony OrchestraBing at Christmas, is #9.

Coming out of Africa is modern Afrobeat king Davido with A Good Time (RCA) at #10.

New titles from Lindemann, Rod Stewart, Tinashe, William Patrick Corgan, Luke Evans and Robbie Williams open in the Top 20.

Behind Redd’s full-length at Apple Music are YNW Melly’s Melly vs. Melvin at #6, NoCap’s The Hood Dictionary at #7 and Tinashe’s Songs for You at #13.

The lone new entry at iTunes songs is Thomas Rhett’s “Christmas in the Country” (BMLG) #10. Redd’s “Death” f/DaBaby is #11 at Apple Music.

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