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.