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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

An all-new Top 9 at iTunes albums opens this Flipover Friday, with Rob Zombie, Nick Jonas and Selena Gomez leading the way.

Zombie’s seventh solo album, The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy (Nuclear Blast), drinks in the top slot, Jonas’s Spaceman (Island) lifts off at #2 and Gomez’s first-ever Spanish language collection, the seven-song Revelacion EP (SMG/Interscope) is #3.

Lake Street Dive Obviously (Nonesuch) appears at #4 followed by CeCe WinansBelieve for It (Pure Springs Gospel) at #5 and Upchurch’s Mud to Gold (Redneck Nation) going up on #6’s blocks.

Joshua Bassett, known for High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, dons #7 with his self-titled Warner EP, Chevelle’s Niratias (Epic) parks at #8 and Valerie June’s The Moon and Stars: Prescriptions (June Tune/Fantasy) gets a dose of #9.

iTunes songs has a new #1: “On the Ground” (YG/Interscope) from Blackpink’s Rosé.

Giveon’s When It’s All Said and Done…Take Time (Epic) is the top new arrival at Apple Music; it’s #12.

With so many titles to take in, we’ll sit back, take a listen and be glad we don’t have to pack our shutdown-expanded bodies into tuxedos this year for the Grammys.

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