It’s a wide-open Flipover Friday, with Freddie Gibbs, Kid Cudi and Tory Lanez rising to see their new albums in the Top 20 at iTunes and Apple Music.

Gibbs’ $oul $old $eperately (ESGN/Warner) opens highest on the sales side—it’s #5 in addition to being #19 at Apple Music—while the biggest streamer is Lanez’s Sorry 4 What (One Umbrella/Create) at #7; it’s #20 at iTunes.

Cudi’s Enterglactic (Republic) sits between them on both charts: #10 at Apple Music and #14 at iTunes. Also making a move on both charts is DDG’s It’s Not Me It’s You (DDG/Epic), at #14 at iTunes and #21 at Apple Music.

Today’s iTunes Top 10 is all new arrivals, led by Slipknot’s The End, So Far (Roadrunner) at #1, which is followed by Tyler Childers’ triple album, Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven? (Hickman Holler/RCA) at #2 and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ first album in nearly 10 years, Cool It Down (Secretly Canadian), at #3.

The deluxe edition of Zac Brown Band’s 2021 release The Comeback (Home Grown/Warner Nashville) makes its mark at #4, one slot ahead of Sammy Hagar & The Circle’s Crazy Times (UMe). Zach WilliamsA Hundred Highways (Provident) drives in at #7.

Dropkick MurphysThis Machine Still Kills Fascists (Dummy Luck/[PIAS]) jolts Woody Guthrie fans at #8. Warner Nashville has a second entry in the Top 10 with Ashley McBryde’s concept album, Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville, at #9, and Bjork’s 10th album, Fossora (One Little Independent), opens at #10.

New releases from Buddy Guy, Richard Marx, the Pixies and Snarky Puppy open in the Top 20 at iTunes. DaBaby’s Baby on Baby 2 (South Coast/Interscope) is #8 at Apple Music.

Ed Sheeran’s “Celestial” (Atlantic) is #8 on the iTunes songs chart.