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CHART FINAL:
HIS MONEYBAGG RUNNETH OVER

Moneybagg Yo scores a #1 bow on this week's Top 50 chart with A Gangsta's Pain (CMG/N-Less/Interscope), which racks up 111k+. 

Eric Church's Soul (EMI Nashville) debuts in the Top 5 with nearly 54k. The set is the second recent release from Church, after 4/16's Heart (yes, there's an & EP that makes it a trilogy, but you need to be in the fan club to get your mitts on it).

XO/Republic's The Weeknd re-enters the Top 10 with After Hours, coming close to 40k (good for #7).

Let's do the marketshare thing! UMG owns a mighty 64%, SME takes 18%, WMG has 17% and the notorious "others" have 1%.

You can dig into the chart here.

The week's new releases are led by Big Machine's Thomas Rhett; Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, meanwhile, have a new set of Lennon-McCartney covers out via BMG.

In political news, the guy who hooked disgraced Floriday congresscritter Matt Gaetz up with underage companions and paid them for sex via Venmo apparently offered Roger Stone $250k for a pardon, which we think is the sleaze trifecta. So, you know, well done.

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