Lil Wayne is back on top this week as he sells 156,300 copies of Tha Carter III, putting him over the half ¾ mark to double platinum already. G-Unit’s debut of Terminate On Sight grabbed the #4 spot with 101,600 sold. Dam 50 Cent name cant even bring in 00k in the first week for his own group. I mean its not his fault I just dont think there singles were that hot. Shit i rarely if at all heard them on the radio so who would know they had a new album coming out. They were beaten out by albums from Coldplay and Camp Rock, respectively.
Usher’s Here I Stand takes #8, while the re-release of Rihanna’s Good Girl Gone Bad comes up one spot to #9 with 40,100 sold. Rounding out the Top 10 for Hip Hop/ R&B is Three 6 Mafia’s Last 2 Walk at #11 which sold 37,100 copies this week.
Indie rapper Tech N9ne makes a surprise entrance at #12 with Killer selling 36,100 copies this week. Plies’ Definition of Real still resides within the top 20 at #15 selling 30,700. Jim Jones and The Byrd Gang just barely managed to slip into the top 30 at #29 selling 17,100 copies of M.O.B this week. Rick Ross’ Trilla grabs the #55 spot with 10,600 sold while The RZA tries to hold onto the Top 200 charts at #195 with Digi Snacks selling 3,200.
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