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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES & APPLE MUSIC

USHER’s COMING HOME (mega/gamma.) kicks off the Super Bowl weekend edition of Flipover Friday with an immediate run into the end zone at iTunes albums.

The singer’s ninth album is already in the Top 15 at Apple Music. Meanwhile, the death of Toby Keith and the Grammy Awards continue to affect the singles and albums sales charts.

Noah Kahan’s 30-track Forever edition of Sick Season (Mercury/Republic) strolls in at #5. The new version appends nine songs to the June 2023 original.

The debut EP by sister act the Castellows, A Little Goes a Long Way (Henry-Dixon Line/Warner Nashville), slides in at #7.

Brittany Howard’s second solo album, What Now (Island), shakes it up at #10; The Dead South’s Chains & Stakes (Six Shooter) locks in at #11; and Zara Larsson’s VENUS (Sommer House/Epic) orbits #14.

Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton’s “Purple Irises” (Warner Nashville) blossoms as today’s top new arrival at iTunes songs.

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