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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Pop Smoke rules the iTunes and Apple Music albums charts on this fireworks-free flipover Friday.

Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon (Victor Victor/Republic) from the murdered rapper sits atop the iTunes chart and is #1 and #2 on the streaming side. He has six songs in the Top 10 at Apple Music, led by “For the Night” f/Lil Baby and DaBaby and “Aim for the Moon” f/Quavo.

Willie Nelson’s 70th solo studio album—and 14th for Sony’s Legacy RecordingsFirst Rose Of Spring blossoms at #2 at iTunes albums. Lil Wayne’s FWA (YMCMB) fires up at #4 just ahead of two Christian acts: Sidewalk ProphetsThe Things That Got Us Here (Curb/Word) at #5 and All Nations Music’s Come Alive (Provident) at #6.

The sixth album from British metalcore band Bury Tomorrow, Cannibal (Music for Nations), feasts at #7. Westside Gunn’s Flygod is an Awesome God 2 (Griselda) pops in at #8.

At iTunes songs, Kanye West’s Tuesday release, “Wash Us in the Blood” f/Travis Scott (GOOD/Def Jam), is #4 and Evanescence’s Wednesday drop, “The Game is Over” (BMG), is #6.

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