FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato top the iTunes songs chart this flipover Friday where the latest from Kesha is #1 at albums.

High Road (Kemosabe/RCA), Kesha’s first album since 2017, tops an all-new Top 6 on the iTunes albums chart. Lil Wayne’s follow-up to 2018’s Tha Carter V, Funeral (YMCMB) is #2 followed by Louis Tomlinson’s solo debut Walls (Syco/Epic) #3. Funeral is also #10 at Apple Music.

Another Epic artist, Meghan Trainor, sees her third album, Treat Myself, drop in at #4. Love & Hip Hop star K. Michelle is #5 with All Monsters are Human (No Color No Sound) at #5 and Theory of a Deadman’s Say Nothing (Roadrunner) is #6.

Drive-By Truckers’ 12th studio album, The Unraveling (ATO) parks at #9, one slot ahead of the third album from Russ, Shake the Snow Globe (Columbia); Russ’s album is #11 at Apple Music.

Swift’s new song from the documentary Miss Americana, “Only The Young” (Republic), tops the iTunes songs chart followed by Lovato’s “Anyone” (Island/Hollywood).

Key Glock has top new arrival at Apple Music: His Yellow Tape (Paper Route/Empire) is #4. Yo Gotti’s Untrapped (Inevitable II/Epic) has worked its way into the Top 20.

Meek Mill f/Roddy Ricch’s “Letter to Nipsey” (Maybach/Atlantic) is the top newcomer at Apple Music songs, currently #7.

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