The expanded third album from singer-songwriter Noah Kahan is the lone new arrival to land in the Top 10 at iTunes and Apple Music this Flipover Friday. Jason Isbell and BTS open at #1 on the iTunes charts.

Kahan’s Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever) (Mercury/Republic), with seven tracks added to the October release, breaks in at #9 at iTunes and #10 at Apple Music where Vibe Till They Kingdom Come (Vibez/Dvpper Music) by Nigeria’s Seyi Vibez is the top new arrival at #8.

Nial Horan has the only other title in the Top 25 on both charts as his third album, The Show (Capitol), is #2 in sales and #25 in streams.

At iTunes, Jason Isbell & the 440 Unit’s Weathervanes (Southeastern/Thirty Tigers) has the top slot with Extreme’s Six (earMUSIC) hitting #4. Janelle Monae’s The Age of Pleasure (Wondaland/Bad Boy/Atlantic) dives in at #5.

The six-song solo debut from Kimberly Perry, Bloom EP (Records/Columbia) sprouts at #7, just ahead of Jenny Lewis’ first album for Blue Note, Joy’All, at #8 and Lauren Alaina’s six-song Unlocked (Big Loud) at #10.

BTS’ “Take Two” (BIGHIT) tops the iTunes songs chart with Sam Smith & Madonna’s “Vulgar” (Capitol) debuting at #9.