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GRAMMY SALES BUMPS BEGIN

Demi Lovato, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, Jonas Brothers, Billie Eilish and Camila Cabello saw the most chart effects in the immediate aftermath of the 62nd annual Grammy awards.

Lovato's "Anyone" jumps into the #1 slot and Shelton and Stefani's duet, "Nobody But You," comes in at #2. Big winner Eilish has three songs in the Top 10:  "bad guy" sits at #3, "everything i wanted" is #8, and "when the party's over" pops in at #10; "ocean eyes" is #25. "everything i wanted" is her top title at Apple Music, moving up to #15.

Cabello comes in at #4 on the iTunes chart with "First Man" and the Jonas Brother's "What a Man Gotta Do" rounds out the Top 5. At #6 is Lil Nas f/Billy Ray Cyrus  "Old Town Road" and Lizzo's "Good as Hell" is #9.

Alicia Keys' new single "Underdog" follows rises to #13 and  Tanya Tucker's "Bring My Flowers Now" moves up 58 slots to #18. Dan + Shay's Grammy winner "Speechless" is #23.

Eilish's Album of the Year winner WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? tops the iTunes album chart while different editions of Lizzo's Cuz I Love You park at #9 and #12. Albums by Dan + Shay, Tanya Tucker and Gary Clark Jr. have made their way into the Top 20.

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