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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Everyone’s flipping for J. Cole this Flipover Friday. At Apple Music he has seven songs in the Top 10 and the top album, The Off-Season (Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope), which is also #1 at iTunes.

On his tail is Nicki Minaj, whose Beam Me Up Scotty (Republic) is #2 at itunes albums, while she has the top two songs at iTunes, “Seeing Green” with Drake & Lil Wayne and “Fractions.” “Seeing Green” is also Top 10 at Apple Music.

Cole and Minaj lead an all-new Top 10 at iTunes albums. Alan Jackson’s Where Have You Gone (ACR/EMI Nashville) shows up at #3 ahead of The Black Keys’ salute to north Mississippi blues, Delta Kream (Nonesuch). St. Vincent’s Daddy’s Home (Loma Vista) comes a-knockin' at #5.

Myles Kennedy’s The Ides of March (Napalm) takes a stab at #6, Alkaline’s Top Prize (Autobamb) steps up to #7 and The Steel WoodsAll of Your Stones (Woods/Thirty Tigers) rolls in at #8. Rhino’s 50th-anniversary expanded version of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s Déjà Vu is #10 with a feeling it has been here before.

The nine hole is filled by the clean version of Cole’s album, which is #19 at Apple Music. On the streaming side, Cole’s "95.south" leads the charge, with “amari” and "my.life" right behind it. Beyond the Top 10, Cole has another six songs between #11 and #21.

21 Savage’s four-track Spiral: From the Book of Saw Soundtrack (Slaughter Gang/Epic) is #11 on the streaming side.

New arrivals at iTunes songs includes P!nk’s “All I Know So Far” (RCA) at #6 and Katy Perry’s “Electric” (Capitol), which flips the switch at #10.

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