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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

The seventh album from Luke Bryan and the first collaborations between Juice WRLD & The Weeknd and Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion lead the way at iTunes and Apple Music this flipover Friday.

Bryan’s Born Here Live Here Die Here (Capitol Nashville), which includes the back-to-back #1s “Knockin’ Boots,” “What She Wants Tonight” and “One Margarita,” opens at #1 at iTunes albums; the Deluxe Edition of Rod Wave’s Pray 4 Love (Alamo), with 11 new tracks and 10 videos, is #1 at Apple Music;  and Cardi B f/Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” (Atlantic) is #1 at iTunes and the top new arrival at Apple Music, currently #3.

Juice WRLD & The Weeknd’s “Smile” (Grade A/Interscope) is the only other entry in the Top 10 on two charts: #7 at iTunes and #9 at Apple Music.

Back at iTunes, Glass Animals’ third album, Dreamland (Wolf Tone/Republic) wakes up at #2 followed by the eighth album from heavy metal band Avatar, Hunter Gatherer (eOne), which scoops in at #4.

The fourth album from hardcore act Slaves, To Better Days (SBG) pops in at #5; Mary Chapin Carpenter’s The Dirt and the Stars (Lambent Light/Thirty Tigers) shines at #6; Who I Am (Better Noise) from Cory Marks checks in at #7; and We The Kingdom’s Holy Water (Sparrow/Capitol CMG) sprinkles in at #8. At Apple Music, the second album from Amine, Limbo (CLBN/Republic), is #10.

At iTunes songs, TikTok sensation Priscilla Block sees her “Just About Over You” (inDent) rise to #3 in just 48 hours after its release; the Thursday release from Darius Rucker, “Beers and Sunshine” (Capitol Nashville), is #5.

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