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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

The holidays are looking bright and cheery for Camila Cabello and Taylor Swift this flipover Friday as the two singers top the iTunes charts.  

Cabello’s second album, Romance (Syco/Epic), enters at #1 on albums while Swift’s “Christmas Tree Farm” (Republic) takes the top slot at iTunes songs. Bundles of other goodies are nestled under the Top 10’s tree.

XXXTentacion Bad Vibes Forever (Bad Vibes Forever/Empire) sits behind Cabello at #2 and is the top rookie at Apple Music, coming in at #3.

The deluxe edition of The Who’s WHO (Polydor/Interscope), Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey’s first full-length in 13 years, opens at #4. The standard edition is #14.

The solo debut from Liam Payne, LP1 (Republic) is #5. Fat Joe & Dre’s Family Ties (RNG/Empire) bellies up to #7 and Roddy Ricch rounds out the Top 10 with Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial (Atlantic) at #10; his album is #6 at Apple Music.

New titles from Sean Johnson, The Chainsmokers and French Montana are in the Top 25, which currently holds six holiday albums, among them The Best of Pentatonix Christmas and John Legend’s A Legendary Christmas: Deluxe Edition.

Behind Swift’s celebration of Douglas firs, is one of two Halsey singles released today: “SUGA’s Interlude” f/SUGA & BTS (Capitol) at #2. The other release from her forthcoming album Manic is “Finally // beautiful stranger” at #22.

Harry Styles  first official single from his upcoming album, "Adore You" (Erskine/Columbia), is #4. With three tracks released, his Fine Line album has moved up to #23 at Apple Music.

"Put A Little Love On Me," Niall Horan’s  second single from his forthcoming sophomore album on Capitol, is #8.

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