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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Eminem, Halsey, Jonas Brothers and BTS are having a particularly joyous flipover Friday as their new releases storm the iTunes and Apple Music charts.

Eminem’s surprise drop, Music to Be Murdered By (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope) is #1 at iTunes and working its way up Apple Music’s chart where it was #5 at dawn on the West Coast. His top selling song is “Godzilla” f/Juice WRLD at #11 followed by “Those Kinda Nights” f/Ed Sheeran #16.

Halsey’s third album, Manic (Capitol) jumps in at #2 while the clean version is #11. The album is #10 at Apple Music.

Mac Miller’s posthumous album Circles (Warner) is #3 on both charts and his “Good News” is #5 at Apple Music songs.

The ninth studio album from Little Big Town, Nightfall (Capitol Nashville), comes in at #4 followed by another country title, Dustin Lynch’s Tulllahoma (This is Hit/Broken Bow) at #5. Marcus King’s El Dorado (Fantasy) is #6.

An expanded edition of Dreamville’s Revenge of the Dreamers III (Dreamville/Interscope) with 12 additional tracks from the roster of J. Cole’s label is #8.

At iTunes songs there’s a new 1-2-3. BTS’ latest, “Black Swan” (Big Hit) tops the chart ahead of John Legend’s “Conversations in the Dark” (Columbia) at #2 and Jonas Brothers’ “What a Man Gotta Do” (Republic) at #3.

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