Album Sales Chart – Week Ending 11/16

Album Sales Chart – Week Ending 11/16

    T-Pain debuted at number 4 after selling over 163,000 copies of his new album "Thr33 Ringz" in the first week. T.I. drops two spots to land at number 10 with another 65,488 copies sold while Lil Wayne lost 9 spots, landing at number 27 after his Carter album sold another 23,000+ copies. Finishing up the last two rapper slots on this weeks top 50 is Young Jeezy at number 42 and Q-Tip at 50.

    On the R&B side, John Legend dropped six spots to land at number 12 with his new "Evolver" album while Ne-Yo's "Year Of The Gentleman" also moved down 6 spots, taking the 23rd position. On the heels of releasing her new video, Rihanna sold another 22,395 copies of her new album "Good Girl Gone Bad."


    T-Pain debuted at number 4 after selling over 163,000 copies of his new album "Thr33 Ringz" in the first week. T.I. drops two spots to land at number 10 with another 65,488 copies sold while Lil Wayne lost 9 spots, landing at number 27 after his Carter album sold another 23,000+ copies. Finishing up the last two rapper slots on this weeks top 50 is Young Jeezy at number 42 and Q-Tip at 50.

    On the R&B side, John Legend dropped six spots to land at number 12 with his new "Evolver" album while Ne-Yo's "Year Of The Gentleman" also moved down 6 spots, taking the 23rd position. On the heels of releasing her new video, Rihanna sold another 22,395 copies of her new album "Good Girl Gone Bad."

Number Artist Album Sales
4 T-Pain Thr33 Ringz 163,800
10 T.I. Paper Trail 65,488
12 John Legend Evolver 48,680
23 Ne-Yo Year Of The Gentleman 27,361
27 Lil Wayne Tha Carter III 23,477
29 Rihanna Good Girl Gone Bad 22,395
42 Young Jeezy Recession 16,913
50 Q-Tip Renaissance 13,651
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