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POP TAKES #1

After a tight battle for #1 that went well into extra innings, Victor Victor/Republic's Pop Smoke has taken the #1 spot on the HITS Top 50 chart, edging 21 Savage & Metro Boomin (Boominati/Republic/Slaughter Gang/Epic) by the narrowest of margins, 66k+ to 65k+, respectively.

Warner's classic-rock giants Fleetwood Mac returned to the Top 10 with Rumours, thanks to a viral renaissance for "Dreams." Their labelmates Linkin Park scored the week's highest debut with another kind of return, landing at #11 with the 20th-anniversary edition of Hybrid Theory. Further Warner catalog action came courtesy of Fleetwood Mac's Greatest Hits, which landed at #45, and Van Halen's eponymous debut and 1984 (at #43 and #49).

UMG took 58% marketshare while Warner had 24%, Sony 17% and the others 2% combined.

View the whole chart here.

In election news, due to the Democrats' terrifying radical socialist agenda, Texas is now in play.

 

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