Drake’s Dark Lane Demos (XO/Republic) is #1 at iTunes and #1 at Apple Music where the clean version comes in at #4. He also has 11 of the top 15 slots at Apple Music songs with “Pain 1993” f/Playboi Carti leading the way. “Deep Pockets” is #3 followed by “Not You Too” f/Chris Brown and “When to Say When.”

Kenny Chesney’s 19th studio album, Here and Now (Blue Chair/Warner Nashville), is #2 at iTunes, ahead of JoJo’s fourth album good to know (Warner) at #3 and Elevation Worship, which has slots #4 and #5 with the live album Graves Into Gardens and its deluxe edition. Mozzy’s Beyond Bulletproof (Mozzy/Empire) drives in at #7 at iTunes and #11 at Apple Music.

Dierks Bentley’s bluegrass project Hot Country Knights grabs the eight slot with The K is Silent (Capitol Nashville).

Ricky Dillard’s Choirmaster (Motown Gospel) opens at #9 while NOW! That’s What I Call Music Vol. 74 rounds out the Top 10.

Just days after Mariah Carey’s E-MC2 topped the iTunes charts, Madonna’s fans are pushing two pieces from her catalog into the Top 20: Bedtime Stories from 1994 is #6 and 2003's American Life is #14.

The deluxe edition of Lil Baby’s My Turn sits outside the top 40 at iTunes but it is already is #2 at Apple Music.

On the song side, Megan Thee Stallion f/Beyonce’s “Savage Remix” (1501/300), a Wednesday release, tops iTunes songs and is #2 at Apple Music.

Sitting at #2 at iTunes is Doja Cat f/Nicki Minaj’s “Say So” (Kemosabe/RCA) followed by NEEDTOBREATHE’s two-song single, “Hang On”/”Seasons” (Elektra), at #4

Luke Combs’ reaction to social distancing, “Six Feet Apart” (River House/Sony Nashville) is #5 while Marshmello & Halsey’s “Be Kind” (Joytime Collective/Astralwerks) is #6.