Odd Future's own Tyler, The Creator has his new "Goblin" album debut at number five this week, selling over fifty-thousand copies it's first week beating The Beastie Boys's "Hot Sauce Committee Part 2," as it lost 68% in sales from last week. Chris Brown's "F.A.M.E." lost one spot with a 13% drop in numbers while Wiz Khalifa had his debut "Rolling Papers" album stay in 24th, despite it's own 18% loss from last week.
Nicki Minaj, and her debut "Pink Friday" album, gained one spot to 33rd while Rihanna also moved up this week with only 7% less in sales. Lupe Fiasco beat out Eminem's "Recovery" album, as his new "Lasers" project managed to gain five spots to 44th.
|Number||Last Week||Artist||Album (US Total Sales)||This Week|
|5||–||Tyler, The Creator||Goblin||50,249|
|6||2||Beastie Boys||Hot Sauce Committee Part 2||40,545 (-68%)|
|20||21||Chris Brown||F.A.M.E.||17,749 (-13%)|
|24||24||Wiz Khalifa||Rolling Papers||16,346 (-18%)|
|33||34||Nicki Minaj||Pink Friday||13,111 (-11%)|
|44||49||Lupe Fiasco||Lasers||10,461 (-5%)|
Chris Brown – Spend It All
Wiz Khalifa ft Chevy Woods – Taylor Gang
Rihanna – S & M
Lupe Fiasco ft Mike Shinoda, Kenna – Resurrection
Eminem ft Lil Wayne – No Love