The Numbers Game: Miguel Debuts At #3

I’ll go ahead and say it, Miguel may have released the best R&B album of the year with Kaleidoscope Dream (And I’m saying this in a year that Channel Orange came out).  It’s basically grown man R&B. We’re still not sure if or when we’ll review this album, but you never knowKaleidoscope Dream comes in at #3 and sells 71,000 units. Check out Cornell‘s review of Kaleidoscope Dream here.

I’ll mention DJ Drama‘s Quality Street Music here quickly because to me it selling 23,800 copies isn’t that bad. Hey, DJ Khaled’s last album only sold around 40,000.

#3 Miguel – Kaleidoscope Dream (Last Week: NA) – 71,000; Total: NA [Debut]
#12 G.O.O.D. Music – Cruel Summer (Last Week: #7) – 27,800; Total: 288,600 [3 Weeks]
#15 DJ Drama – Quality Street Music (Last Week: NA) – 23,800; Total: NA [Debut]
#31 2 Chainz – Based On A T.R.U. Story (Last Week: #25) – 13,900; Total: 316,700 [8 Weeks]
#49 Trey Songz – Chapter V (Last Week: #38) – 9,100; Total: 209,100 [7 Weeks]
#110 Z-Ro – Angel Dust (Last Week: NA) – 3,700; Total: NA [Debut]
#163 Skyzoo – A Dream Deferred (Last Week: NA) – 2,600; Total: NA [Debut]
#170 Kutt Calhoun – Kelvin (Last Week: NA) – 2,400; Total: NA [Debut]

Hip-Hop + R&B sales for the week of October 2nd

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