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Record industry experts are wondering whether retail giant Target’s decision not to stock and sell R&B singer Frank Ocean's highly anticipated album Channel Orange is a reaction to his recent announcement that he’s gay. According to Billboard magazine, Target claims its decision not to sell the album is a reaction to iTunes being granted a one-week exclusive.

A statement from the company reads in part: “At Target, we focus on offering our guests a wide assortment of physical CDs, so our selection of new releases is dedicated to physical CDs rather than titles that are released digitally in advance of the street date.” But in fact, Target stocks the Kanye West & Jay-Z album Watch The Throne which also benefited from a digital sales head start.

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