FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES & APPLE MUSIC

Only the Strong Survive (Columbia), Bruce Springsteen’s deep dive into the soul music of the 1960s and '70s, commandeers the #1 slot at iTunes this Flipover Friday. Meanwhile, an Afrobeats superstar has the lone new arrival in the Top 15 in sales and streams.

More Love, Less Ego (Starboy/RCA), the fifth studio album from Nigeria’s Wizkid, is the top new arrival at Apple Music (#5) while sliding in at #11 at iTunes.

Other sets opening in the Top 30 on both lists are NasKing’s Disease III (Mass Appeal/The Orchard) (#2 at iTunes, #25 Apple Music), Rauw Alejandro’s Saturno (Sony Latin) (#12 at Apple Music, #20 iTunes) and GloRilla’s Anyways, Life’s Great… (CMG/Interscope) (#15 at Apple Music, #25 iTunes).

The deluxe edition of Louis Tomlinson’s Faith in the Future (78/BMG) is #3 at iTunes, Brantley Gilbert’s So Help Me God (BMLG) bows at #5 and Randy Houser’s Note to Self (Magnolia) writes in at #6. Larkin Poe’s Blood Harmony (Tricki-Woo) chimes in at #8.

A deluxe collection of Guns N’ Roses' two Use Your Illusion (Geffen) albums from 1991, with two additional concert recordings, is welcomed at #9.

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