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The Weeknd’s “My Dear Melancholy” Reclaims #1 On iTunes Sales Chart; Kacey Musgraves #2

“My Dear Melancholy” and “Golden Hour” occupy the top two slots on US iTunes.

Kacey Musgraves on Colbert | Scott Kowalchyk/CBS

Update: Upon launching on the US iTunes store Thursday night, The Weeknd’s “My Dear Melancholy” EP shot to #1 on the all-genre album sales chart.

By 1:35AM ET Friday, it had ceded that throne to Kacey Musgraves’ critically acclaimed new release “Golden Hour.”

As Friday morning progressed, The Weeknd’s new EP recaptured the #1 spot. “My Dear Melancholy” remains in that pinnacle position as of press time at 9AM ET Friday.

Musgraves’ “Golden Hour” is now #2, while Hayley Kiyoko’s new “Expectations” follows at #3. Steffany Gretzinger’s “Blackout” (#4) and Ashley McBryde’s “Going Nowhere” (#5) complete the Top 5.
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The Weeknd’s “My Dear Melancholy” EP rocketed to #1 on the US iTunes sales chart upon debuting late Thursday night.

As of press time at 1:35AM ET Friday, it no longer occupies the throne.

Kacey Musgraves’ “Golden Hour,” another new release, now ranks as the store’s #1 album. “My Dear Melancholy” is #2 on the listing.

Hayley Kiyoko’s new “Expectations” follows at #3, while Steffany Gretzinger’s new “Blackout” occupies the #4 position.

The #5 position belongs to Ashley McBryde’s newly released “Girl Going Nowhere.”

The enduring “The Greatest Showman” soundtrack (#6), Rich The Kid’s new “The World Is Yours” (#7), Andrew Peterson’s new “Resurrection Letters, Vol. 1” (#8), Light The Torch’s new “Revival” (#9), and Red Sun Rising’s “Thread” (#10) complete the Top 10.

Written by Dolph Malone

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Dolph Malone is a senior editor for Headline Planet and a key contributor to the music and television sectors of the publication.

An avid pop culture spectator, Dolph also helms Headline Planet's social media reporting. He, specifically, covers entertainment stories that are breaking in the key social networks.

Contact Dolph at dolph.malone[at]headlineplanet.com.

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