Rap Chart Movement: T.I.’s Reign Continues, Lil Wayne & Ludacris Slide
Paper Trail shifted 22,300 discs this week, pushing its total to 1,576,600 copies.
Kanye West takes the top spot on Billboard’s ‘Top R&B Albums Chart’ this week.
808’s & Heartbreak shelved off 50,400 discs this week, pushing the album’s total sales to 1,145,300 copies.
The latest instalment of the Total Club Hits series debuts at No. 2. The set, which features hits from Plies, Flo Rida and Shawty Lo, scanned 19,700 copies in its opening week.
Thanks to Total Club Hits, Ludacris and Lil Wayne both get bumped down a spot.
Theater Of Mind lands at No.3 moving 18,800 CDs this week. So far, the album has sold a total of 489,200.
Tha Carter III slipped to No. 4 . The album moved 17,700 units this week, pushing its total to 2,918,100.
Posted at No. 5 is Plies. Da Realist shelved off 14,100 discs this week. So far, the set has sold 206,200 copies.
Young Jeezy stays put at No. 6. The Recession ringed out 10,400 copies this week, pushing the album’s total to 729,700.
Right behind the ‘Snowman’ is Common at No. 7. Universal Mind Control bagged up 9,500 units this week. The album’s tally stands at 175,900.
Holding fort at No. 8 is Soulja Boy. ISouljaBoyTellEm continues to struggle as only 6,200 folks picked up the set this week. After 4 weeks, the album has only sold 98,300 copies.
Seated at No. 9 is The Game. L.A.X. cashed out 5,900 copies this week, pushing the album’s total sales to 649,300.
M.I.A. wraps things up at No. 10. Kala bags up 4,500 copies this week. So far, the album has sold 429,200 units.