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NEW RELEASES:
STRAY KIDS ROCK, STAPLETON ROLLS

Stray Kids go big for the second time this year as ROCK-STAR (JYP/Imperial/Republic) approaches a #1 debut. Mercury Nashville's Chris Stapleton is heading for a Top 5 bow.

After one day of sales and streams, we’re projecting ROCK-STAR to land in the 225-250k range. This will give Stray Kids their second #1 debut following 5-Star, which opened with 249k in June. Can ROCK-STAR best that total? Stay tuned.

Chris Stapleton’s Higher (Mercury Nashville) is headed toward a Top 5 bow in its first week, with activity projected at 80-90k.

Getting Higher is also part of our weekend plans.

Stray Kids (JYP/Imperial/Republic): 225-250k
Chris Stapleton (Mercury Nashville): 80-90k
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