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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

BTS rapper/producer Suga is dominating the iTunes charts this flipover Friday under his alias Agust D. His Bighit full-length D-2 sits at #1 while its 10 songs occupy slots #2-11. The top spot at songs, however, belongs to Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande.

The first time collaboration between Gaga & Grande, “Rain On Me” (Interscope), is #1 at iTunes and is working its way up the Apple Music Top 80 in its first 12 hours of release. “Rain On Me” is the second single from Gaga’s Chromatica, which comes out 5/29. The official video for the song drops today at 10am PT/1pm ET.

Agust D’s “Daechwita” comes in at #2 at iTunes songs while the album leads an all new Top 10 and a Top 20 packed with new releases.

The 1975’s 22-song Notes on a Conditional Form (Dirty Hit/Interscope) opens at #2 at iTunes followed by Florida Georgia Line’s six-song EP 6-Pack (BMLG). The set includes FGL’s Songland track, “Second Guessing,” which is #11 at iTunes songs.

Indigo GirlsLook Long (Rounder) pulls in at #4 with Carly Rae Jepsen’s Dedicated Side B (SB/Interscope) arriving at #5 and Kota the Friend’s Everything (Fitbys) at #6.

Craig Morgan’s Broken Bow release God, Family, Country bows at #7 ahead of Reckless Kelly American Jackpot/America Girls (No Big Deal/Thirty Tigers) at #8 and Jordan Davis’ six-song EP (MCA Nashville) at #9.

The Airborne Toxic Event’s first album in five years, Hollywood Park (Rounder), is #10.

Gunna’s WUNNA (Young Stoner Life/300) is one of six new arrivals between #11 and #20; it is also #1 at Apple Music.

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