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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

A Top 10 of all new titles fill the iTunes albums chart this flipover Friday with The Killers in the lead as BTS rules the songs chart. Nas is doing a bang-up job in sales and streams.   

The Killers’ sixth album Imploding the Mirage (Interscope) comes in at #1 ahead of Nas' King’s Disease (Mass Appeal). The rapper’s latest is also the top newcomer at Apple Music, dropping in at #11 in the wee hours of morning.

Tim McGraw’s 16th full-length, Here on Earth (BMLG) orbits #3, ahead of Lecrae’s Restoration (Reach) at #4 and blackbear’s fifth album, everything means nothing (Alamo/Interscope) at #5.

Troye Sivan’s six-song concept album In a Dream (Capitol) secures the six spot, Josh Turner’s Country State of Mind (MCA Nashville) is #7 and Bright Eyes’s Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was (Dead Oceans) rakes in #8.

The deluxe version of Taylor Swift’s folklore (Republic), which came out Tuesday, is #9 and one of the bonus tracks, “the lakes,” is #5 at iTunes songs. The 18th album from Erasure, The Neon (Mute), comes. In at #10.

BTS’s “Dynamite” (Big Hit) and the instrumental version are #1 and #2 at iTunes songs. “I Kinda Don’t” by Alexandra Kay, who appeared on Netflix’s Westside in 2018, drops in at #10.

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