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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

It’s a sunny and bright Flipover Friday for Ariana Grande and Carly Pearce. 

Grande has secured impressive positions on multiple charts; the deluxe edition of her Positions (Republic) tops the Apple Music album chart and is #3 at iTunes, while the set’s four new songs are all in the Top 10 at iTunes, led by “test drive.”

Pearce's seven-song EP 29 (BMLG), her third album, tops the album chart at iTunesYelawolf & Caskey’s YelaWolf Blacksheep (Slumerican) is at #2, and Kevin GatesOnly the Generals Pt. II is #4. The Bread Winners Association release is #9 at Apple Music.

The Hold Steady’s eighth album, Open Door Policy (Positive Jams/Thirty Tigers) walks in at #6, the second album from Tash Sultana, Terra Firma (Lonely Land/Mom+Pop), is #7, Icon for Hire’s self-released Amorphous takes shape at #8 and David Gray sails into #9 with Skellig (Laugh a Minute/AWAL).

Deluxe editions are having an impact beyond the iTunes album list; HAIM’s collab with Taylor Swift, “Gasoline,” from the expanded edition of Women in Music Pt. III (Columbia), fuels up at #6 at iTunes songs, and new bonus tracks push Trippie Redd’s Neon Shark vs. Pegasus (1400/Ten Thousand Projects) to #6 at Apple Music.

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