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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Old Dominion’s self-titled third album (RCA Nashville) leads an all new Top 10 at iTunes this flipover Friday while Selena Gomez holds down the top two slots at iTunes songs and the top spot at Apple Music. Rex Orange County is the top new entry on the streaming side. 

And add a latecomer: At noon ET, Kanye West dropped Jesus is King.

Bad Wolves, the hard rock group that scored with a cover of The Cranberries’ “Zombie,” hits #2 with their second alum, N.A.T.I.O.N. (Eleven Seven).

Singer/actress Lea Michelle gets into the holiday spirit with Christmas in the City (Sony) at #3.

Van Morrison leads a trio of veteran acts in the Top 20. His Three Chords and the Truth (Exile/Caroline) is #4 followed bythe soundtrack album for Bruce Springsteen’s film  of Western Stars (Columbia) at #10 and Neil Young with Crazy Horse’s Colorado (Reprise) #12.

Harry Connick Jr.’s first album for Verve, True Love: A Celebration of Cole Porter is #5, one slot ahead of Saint Ansonia’s Flawed Design (Spinefarm/Universal). Grace Potter’s Daylight (GEP/Fantasy) is #7.

Jinjer’s Macro (Napalm) sits at #8 and PVRISHallucinations—EP (Warner)ist #9.

Gomez’s “Lose You to Love” is#1 at iTunes and Apple Music;  “Look at Her Now” (Interscope) is #2 at iTunes songs and #18 at Apple Music.

Lizzo f/Ariana Grande's "Good as Hell" (Nice Life/Atlantic) flies in at #3 while Luke Bryan’s “What She Wants Tonight” (Capitol Nashville) lands at #5.  Why Don’t We’s “Mad at You” (Signature/Atlantic) follows at #6. The first track from Kesha’s upcoming High Road (RCA), “Raising Hell” f/Big Freedia, opens at #11.

Rex Orange County has the highest new entry at Apple Music albums: Pony (RCA) is #10.

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