The Numbers Game

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The Numbers Game: Nas Gets #1 Spot

Okay, of course we all expected Nasir to grab the top spot from Weezy on the Billboard 200. I'm still suprised that after all that publicity Nigger/Untitled...
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The Numbers Game: Weezy Will Not Stop

Damn Weezy, Tha Carter III will not be stopped. After 5 weeks the album regains the top spot and is inching closer to the double Platinum plaque. I hope som...
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The Numbers Game: G-Unit Debuts At #4

By now I hope you understand what the hell it is we talk about here. It's here where we talk about who sold what in the past week. The big story this week i...
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The Numbers Game: Weezy Keeps At It

Damn, I thought we was gonna take a break from posting Lil' Wayne on the front page. I guess you can't stop the inevitable since no other releases really ma...
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The Numbers Game: Usher Stands At #1

Well, here we are again at another edition of The Numbers Game. Is it any surprise that Usher took the top spot on the Billboard charts this week? Yea, he o...
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The Numbers Game: Rick Ross Goes Gold

I won't lie to you, there was nobody who came out last week to impact the charts in the Top 50 (We barely even did any reviews last week). So NEXT week we'l...
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The Numbers Game: Ray J Debuts at #7

Welcome to the second edition of The Numbers Games. It's here where we tell you whose album sold what and whose album flopped (Uh, in the Top 50 that is). T...
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The Numbers Game: Trina Debuts At #6

In today’s music world, it seems like everybody either knows or wants to know the weekly sales figures of their favorite artists. Even your everyday fan kno...
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