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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Beyonce’s surprise release from Wednesday, Homecoming: The Live Album (Parkway/Columbia), continues to hold down the #1 slot at iTunes this flipover Friday as the Top 10 welcomes six new entries.

Lizzo Cuz’s I Love You (Nice Life/Atlantic) opens at #2 followed by the fifth album from Cage the Elephant, Social Cues (RCA), at #3. The third full-length from L.A. duo JOHNNYSWIM, Moonlight (Britania Row Recordings/BMG), beams in at #4.

Tech N9ne’s N9na (Strange) #6, just ahead of The Tryforce (Starbomb) from the music-comedy act Starbomb at #7. Evergreen (Sumerian), the sixth album from prog-metal band After the Burial, sprouts at #9.

Jade Bird and a Rolling Stones compilation sit just outside the Top 10.

On singles, Five Finger Death Punch’s collab with guitarists Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Brantley Gilbert and Brian May, “Blue On Black” (Prospect Park), smashes its way to #3.

Why Don’t We’s track from the Ugly Dolls soundtrack, “Don’t Change” (STX/Atlantic), is #5 followed by Chris Brown f/Niki Minaj & G-Eazy’s “Wobble Up” (RCA) at #6. Lil Dicky’s “Earth”(Commission/BMG) orbits #9 with the new one from Madonna & Maluma, “Medellin” (Live Nation/Maverick/Interscope) at #13.

The new remix of Daddy Yankee’s “Con Calma” f/Katy Perry (El Cartel /UMLE/Capitol) is working its way up the chart, hitting #23 as midday approaches on the East Coast

Bey’s live album is #3 at Apple Music where the Thursday release from Question Everything/RCA’s Kevin Abstract, Ghettobaby EP, is #25.

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