The Numbers Game

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The Numbers Game: Fabolous Is #1

This week I'm rolling out my new nickname: "The Typo King". Man I was reading some of my past articles and I feel like my staff let me go on TV with a booge...
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The Numbers Game: Vacation

Ain't this a bitch? As some of you know, I'm supposed to be taking some time off this week. My basic job on nappyafro consists of putting up the daily posts...
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The Numbers Game: Twista Debuts At #8

Twista gets the shine in this week's Numbers Game for a few reasons. One reason is obvious; His seventh album Category F5 lands on the charts at #8. Another...
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The Numbers Game: Maxwell Is #1

As you probably gathered from the post title, Maxwell came back in a big way. I guess the 8 year layoff didn't hurt his fanbase a bit huh? In what will be t...
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The Numbers Game: King Of Pop Edition

This week I got a few questions about the sales number for Michael Jackson (Through e-mails and people I know personally). Since most retail outlets were so...
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The Numbers Game: Eminem Still #1

Eminem's Relapse is still #1 (And Jay-Z still needs to cut his damn hair). With really no big releases last week, I'm sure this came as no surprise. Why thi...
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The Numbers Game: Cam’ron Is #3

This week we saw the return of Cam’ron to the charts after a three-year hiatus. Even though King Jerm was ready to put money down that Crime Pays would be o...
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The Numbers Game: Rick Ross Is #1

Deeper Than Rap did what most expected and debuted on the top of the charts. He sold over 150,000 copies in his first week. I'm not gonna get too heavy into...
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The Numbers Game: Jadakiss Is #3

Sometimes I don't mind being wrong. This is especially true when talking about The Last Kiss' first week sales. I would have bet money that Jadakiss' third ...
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The Numbers Game: The-Dream Is #2

The-Dream’s sophomore album Love Vs. Money debuts at #2 and outsells U2's new album, No Line On The Horizon. Wow. I guess I'm surprised because I always tho...
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