The Numbers Game: Bun B Debuts At #4

Even if you didn’t think Bun B‘s Trill O.G. deserved the 5 Mic rating bestowed to it by The Source Magazine, you’ll at least admit that is got most of the Hip-Hop world talking. Either way it was a win for Bun because it got more people to actually listen to the album. Isn’t that what any good artist shoots for? Trill O.G. lands at #4 on the charts and sales 40,800 units. Be sure to check out SBK’s review of Bun B – Trill O.G. here.

Freddie Gibbs debuted his first offering to retail last week with the EP Str8 Killa. I’m still trying to figure out if selling 1400 albums is a good thing or bad thing (75% digital). I’m sure Freddie is somewhere not giving a fuck though. Be sure to check out Saule Wright’s review of Freddie Gibbs – Str8 Killa EP here.

#2 Eminem/Recovery (Last Week: #2) – 152,100 ; Total: 1,980,400 (Platinum) [7 Weeks]
#4 Bun B/Trill O.G. (Last Week: NA) – 40,800; Total: NA [Debut]
#5 Rick Ross/Teflon Don (Last Week: #3) – 39,400; Total: 278,800 [3 Weeks]
#8 Drake/Thank Me Later (Last Week: #5) – 31,200; Total: 945,900 (Gold) [8 Weeks]
#17 Usher/Raymond v. Raymond (Last Week: #12) – 16,300; Total: 990,100 (Gold) [19 Weeks]
#18 The Black Eyed Peas/The E.N.D. (Last Week: #14) – 16,300; Total: 2,718,300 (2X Platinum) [61 Weeks]
#32 B.o.B/B.o.B Presents: The Adventures Of Bobby Ray (Last Week: #21) – 11,400; Total: 344,800 [15 Weeks]
#36 Big Boi/Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty (Last Week: #23) – 10,000; Total: 129,800 [5 weeks]
#NA Freddie Gibbs/Str8 Killa EP (Last Week: NA) – 1,426; Total: NA [Debut]