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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES & APPLE MUSIC

The Black Keys' ninth studio LP, Let's Rock (Easy Eye Sound/Nonesuch) rolls to #1 at iTunes, while the latest from RCA’s Chris Brown tops the Apple Music album chart on this flipover Friday. 

Brown'Indigo sits at #2 at iTunes followed by Freddie Gibbs & Madlib's Bandana (Keep Cool/RCA) at #3.

J Balvin & Bad Bunny’s Oasis (Universal Latin) sits at #4 at iTunes and #3 at Apple Music. 

The soundtrack to the BTS videogame, BTS World (Take One/BigHit) orbits #5 while their new track “Heartbeat” is the top newcomer on the iTunes songs chart, sitting at #2.

Thom Yorke's third solo album, ANIMA (XL), heads to #6 while Ingrid Michaelson’s ninth album, Stranger Songs (Cabin 24), is #7.

The BMG/Parlophone Kyle Minogue compilation Step Back in Time and Decca's Broadway cast album for Oklahoma! sit just outside the Top 10.

Newcomers following Brown's new album at Apple Music are Daniel Caesar’s Case Study 01 (Golden Child) at #2 and Mustard’s Perfect 10 (10 Summers/Interscope) at #7.

Making their way up theiTunes songs chart into the Top 10 are "Big, Big Plans" from Big Loud's Chris Lane, Why Don't We's "Come to Brazil" (Atlantic) and the Kygo remix of Whitney Houston's unreleased version of Steve Winwood's "Higher Love" on RCA.

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