The Numbers Game: Chris Brown is #2

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Damn. After all that’s happened with Chris Brown, his seventh album X was finally released last week selling 146,000 copies. That would be enough for the #1 spot for most week, if not for Barbra Streisand. Yes, Barbra Streisand outsold Chris Breezy by 50,000 units and became the first artist to score a #1 album in each of the last six decades. Still, congrats to Chris Brown. Maybe next time blood.

Joell Ortiz takes time away from Slaughterhouse to release his third album House Slippers. While I hate the artwork for the album (It looks like it was done in MS Paint), I do fuck with Joell Ortiz as a rapper and his album sold 5,800 copies. Thankfully (and surprisingly) we have a review coming for this album.


#2 Chris Brown – X (Last Week: N/A) – 146,000; Total: N/A [Debut]
#8 Lecrae – Anomaly (Last Week: #1) – 31,200; Total: 118,800 [2 Weeks]
#14 Jeezy – Seen It All: The Autobiography (Last Week: #6) – 21,500; Total: 176,000 [3 Weeks]
#15 Jhene Aiko – Souled Out (Last Week: #3) – 20,700; Total: 90,500 [2 Weeks]
#28 Wiz Khalifa – Blacc Hollywood (Last Week: #23) – 9,100; Total: 161,300 [5 Weeks]
#30 Iggy Azalea – The New Classic (Last Week: #18) – 9,000; Total: 360,500 [22 Weeks]
#35 Trey Songz – Trigga (Last Week: #44) – 7,600; Total: 250,200 [12 Weeks]
#45 Joell Ortiz – House Slippers (Last Week: N/A) – 5,800; Total: N/A [Debut]


Hip-Hop + R&B album sales for the week of September 16th (Top 50 & New Releases)

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