HITS Daily Double

iTunes chart

iTUNES AT A GLANCE: Daft Punk is sitting pretty on both charts, while the addition of another Columbia act, the distaff popsters Little Mix, gives the label the top two titles on the album side. Also rocking on the album chart: the new Capitol release from grunge survivors Alice in Chains and John Fogerty's Wrote a Song for Everyone (on which Vanguard's classic-rock icon revisits Creedence hits with everyone from Foo Fighters to Jennifer Hudson). Meanwhile, Capitol Nashville's Darius Rucker makes plenty of Believers and RCA rapper Kid Ink bursts into the Top 10 with the EP Almost Home. On the singles side, it's another hip-hop movie soundtrack rumbling the chart--2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa's "We Own It (Fast & Furious)" from IDJ's OST for the sixth installment, we shit you not, of the automotive action franchise. Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" (featuring T.I. and Pharrell) holds strong, Hollywood's Selena Gomez is a "Get" and The Voice's country comer (and Republic artist) Danielle Bradbery ambles onto the scene with the heartland-pleasing "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Old Days)." In news from outside the Top 10 (but inside the Top 20), the debuting Kinky Boots soundtrack on Sony Masterworks has stomped its way to #17, just ahead of the Tony Awards. (5/28p)