Feb 12, 1:46 PM EST

This week's top selling songs and albums on Apple's iTunes


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iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending Feb. 11, 2016:

Top Songs

1. My House, Flo Rida

2. Work (feat. Drake), Rihanna

3. Love Yourself, Justin Bieber

4. Stressed Out, twenty one pilots

5. PILLOWTALK, ZAYN

6. Adventure of a Lifetime, Coldplay

7. Hello, Adele

8. Me, Myself & I, G-Eazy & Bebe Rexha

9. Low Life (feat. The Weeknd), Future

10. One Call Away, Charlie Puth

Top Albums

1. EVOL, Future

2. Khalifa, Wiz Khalifa

3. A Head Full of Dreams, Coldplay

4. ANTI , Rihanna

5. 25, Adele

6. I'm Up, Young Thug

7. Purpose , Justin Bieber

8. Here as in Heaven, Elevation Worship

9. Islah, Kevin Gates

10. Traveller, Chris Stapleton

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