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Album Sales Charts – Week Ending 1/17

Posted By on January 20, 2010

   Alicia Key’s Element of Freedom stays at the top of the charts falling only 1 postion to number 5 with selling forty seven thousand copies. The indi rock band Vampire Weekend ended up debuting at number 1 this week. With British singer Susan Boyle coming in at number 2. Omarion enters the charts this week with his new release Ollusion. Ollusion is Omarion’s third album and features Gucci Mane, Jay Rock, Tank and Marques Houston. However Ollusion only ended up selling twenty one thousand copies in its first week landing it at number 17.

   Lil Wayne's Young Money compilation album stays steady sellling a little over twenty thousand this week, landing it at number 19. This can lead way for solo albums from Young Money artists like Drake and Nicki Minaj for after Lil Wayne’s Rebirth rock album. Eminem remained constant again this week selling fifteen thousand copies of his Relapse: Refill bringing it closer to 2 million
total sold.

Number Last Week Artist Album Sales
5 4 Alicia Keys Element Of Freedom 47,056
8 5 Mary J Blige Stronger (With Every Tear) 33,708
9 8 Black Eyed Peas E.N.D. 32,112
14 11 Rihanna Rated R 23,762
17 Omarion Ollusion 21,679
19 13 Young Money We Are Young Money 20,522
25 15 Eminem Relapse & Refill 15,165
27 22 Jay-Z Blueprint 3 14,688
38 39 Gucci Mane State vs Radric Davis 11,439
41 29 Beyonce I Am Sasha Fierce 10,778
42 46 Snoop Dogg Malice in Wonderland 10,683

Alicia Keys – Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart


Mary J Blige – I Am


Black Eyed Peas – I Gotta Feeling


Young Money ft Lloyd – Bedrock


Eminem, Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne – Forever


Jay-Z ft Swizz Beatz – On To The Next One


Gucci Mane – Heavy

50 Cent ft Governor – Do You Think About Me