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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

The second posthumous album from Pop Smoke, Faith (Victor Victor Worldwide/Republic), soars to the top of the Apple Music chart this Flipover Friday as John Mayer’s Sob Rock (Columbia) rules the roost at sales.

Faith is right behind Mayer’s first album in four years on the iTunes chart at #2. On the streaming side, Pop Smoke has two songs in the Top 10: “More Time" and “Tell the Vision” f/Kanye West & Pusha T. Mayer’s album, meanwhile, is #14 at Apple Music.

Back at iTunes, another seven new arrivals populate the Top 10.

Times of Grace, the side project of Killswitch Engage’s Jesse Leach and Adam Dutkiewicz, is #3 with its first album in a decade, Songs of Loss and Separation.

Layla Revisited (Live at LOCKIN’) (Swamp Family/Fantasy), Tedeschi Trucks Band’s version of the Derek and the Dominos classic, jams in at #4; ILLENIUM’s fourth album, Fallen Embers (12Tone), sets fire to #5; and Midland’s five-song EP, The Last Resort (BMLG), books #6. The platinum edition of KSI’s All Over the Place (RBC/BMG) opens at #7, and Barenaked LadiesDetour de Force (Raisin Records) rides in at #9.

At iTunes songs, Normani f/Cardi B’s “Wild Side” (Keep Cool/RCA) debuts at #2, and Iron Maiden’s first new music in six years, “The Writing on the Wall” (Sanctuary/BMG), is #11.

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