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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

New albums from Island’s Demi Lovato and Columbia’s Lil Tjay rise up the iTunes and Apple Music charts this Flipover Friday, while BTS and Olivia Rodrigo make their marks at iTunes songs.

Lovato’s documentary-accompanier Dancing With the Devil…The Art of Starting Over opens at #1 at iTunes, with the clean version rolling in at #12. Her seventh studio album is #7 at Apple Music.

Lil Tjay is the top newcomer at Apple Music, where his second album, Destined 2 Win, is #2. It’s #7 at iTunes.

Company’s Comin’ (Pony Far/Dirt Heel), the collection of hymns by actor Leslie Jordan with guests such as Dolly Parton, Eddie Vedder and Chris Stapleton, takes a knee at #3. Israel & New Breed’s Feels Like Home, Vol. 2 (District 11) is welcomed in at #8, and The Fratellis’ first album in three years, Half Drunk Under a Moon (Cooking Vinyl), pours in at #9.

BTS’ “Film Out” (Virgin), the first song from their upcoming Japanese-language collection, is in at #1 at iTunes songs, and Rodrigo’s follow-up to “drivers license,” “deja vu” (Geffen), is #6.

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