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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES & APPLE MUSIC

The stars are out this Flipover Friday and none is shining brighter than Kendrick Lamar, whose latest TDE/Aftermath/Interscope release tops the iTunes and Apple Music album charts.

Beyond Lamar’s Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers' (TDE/Aftermath/Interscope) being #1 in sales and streams, the set's “United in Grief” and “N95” are already in the Top 10 at Apple Music songs, while another five tracks are between #11 and #20.

Right behind Lamar at iTunes is a collection of new arrivals from star acts, while yet another Morgan Wallen single hits #1 out of the gate.

Florence + The Machine’s Dance Fever (Republic) steps in at #2, followed by The Black KeysDropout Boogie (Nonesuch) groovin’ to #3. The debut from Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood’s The Smile, A Light for Attracting Attention (Self Help/XL), radios in at #4.

UMe’s unearthed treasure from The Rolling Stones vault, Live at the El Mocambo, their 1977 tour warm-up show at the Toronto club, starts up at #6.

The ChainsmokersSo Far So Good (Disruptor/Columbia) pumps up #7, State ChampsKings of the New Age (Pure Noise) secures the #8 seed and Lyle Lovett’s first album in 10 years, 12th of June (Verve), is #9.

New titles from Mandy Moore, Becky G and Tank and the Bangas are just outside the Top 10.

At iTunes songs, Wallen’s “You Proof” (Big Loud/Mercury/Republic) grabs the top slot ahead of My Chemical Romance’s first new song in eight years, “The Foundations of Decay” (Reprise), at #3 and No Resolve & State of Mine’s “Danger Zone” (Noise Machine) at #9.

A STAR-SPANGLED
HITS LIST
It's now or never. (7/1a)
BST HYDE PARK: BIGGER THAN EVER
It's the U.K. equivalent of July 4 fireworks. (7/1a)
SADDLE UP:
BEYONCÉ UNVEILS RENAISSANCE ART
She's not horsing around. (7/1a)
SONG REVENUE: DRAKE TAKES
THE CAKE
The rich get richer. (7/1a)
UMG ACQUIRES ALL THINGS ZAPPA
Who's gonna "Freak Out" over this acquisition? (7/1a)
SUPERSTAR RELEASES
Who's next?
MUSIC BIZ SPECIAL
It's Comic-Con for numbers geeks.
THE BIG CHEESE
Theories of evolution from 30,000 feet.
THE NEXT GIANT DEAL
A&R in overdrive.
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