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THE 'SCOPE FRESHENS UP THE TOP 10

While you're undoubtedly aware that the Black Panther album (TDE/Aftermath/Interscope) spent another chart week at #1, it also bears mentioning that Interscope had three other titles in the Top 10, including lead debut Memories Don't Die by Tory Lanez (Mad Love) at #4, and thoroughbreds Imagine Dragons (KidInAKorner) and Kendrick Lamar (DAMN. on TDE/Aftermath) at #7 and #8, respectively.

John Janick, Steve Berman and team are planning to commemorate this achievement by flying the label's entire staff to Wakanda.

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