Sales Wrap: Jadakiss Still Hugging Top 10, Day26 Tune Into The Charts & Pastor Troy Feels Out First Week

Wednesday, Apr 22, 2009 12:00AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

In this week's Sales Wrap Day26 debut high at No. 2, Jadakiss holds tight to the Top 10, and Pastor Troy's Feel Me Or Kill Me hits 121.

Diddy's boy band Day26 debuted one slot behind the Hannah Montana Soundtrack as Forever in a Day secured the No. 2 spot. According to Nielsen Soundscan, the group's latest project pushed 113,300 copies after seven days in stores.

The Lox's Jadakiss remained within Top 10 for his second week as The Last Kiss fell three slots to No. 6 with 44,800. Going into his third week in stores, Kiss' Def Jam debut stands at 179,700 sold discs.

R&B singer Keri Hilson's In A Perfect World received a two slot boost moving up to No. 13 with 26,400. After a month in stores, the singer's debut has sold 190,600 copies.

Renowned singer Prince's Lotus Flow3r fell out of Top 10 moving six positions to No. 15 with 22,200. With three weeks under his belt, Prince's new project rests at 257,200 scanned discs.

Hitmaker The-Dream's Love vs. Money moved up five slots to No. 20 with 19,200. Going into his seventh week in stores, the singer's sophomore project has sold 314,500 albums.

Southern-bred emcee Flo Rida's R.O.O.T.S. fell four positions down to No. 21 with 18,800. After three weeks of availability, the rapper's second album stands at 105,900 scanned discs.

Grammy-winning singer Beyonce's I Am...Sasha Fierce received a two-slot boost landing at No. 22 with 18,500. With 22 weeks under her belt, Mrs. Carter's new album rests has sold 2,092,400 copies.

Academy Award-winning singer Jamie Foxx's Intuition also received a two spot boost moving up to No. 25 with 16,700. Going into his 19th week, the singer's latest offering stands at 847,100 scanned discs.

Bun B and the late Pimp C's UGK 4 Life dropped eight slots to No. 28 with 14,600. After three weeks in stores, the rap duo's final group effort has sold 117,500 copies.

Self-proclaimed "King of the South" T.I.'s Paper Trail fell two slots to No. 32 with 13,100. With 29 weeks in the books, Tip's sixth solo project stands at 1,890,700 scanned discs.

Evening things out within the Top 50 is Jennifer Hudson's self-titled debut which moved up an astonishing 61 slots to No. 42 with 9,400. After 29 weeks in stores, the singer's debut stands at 707,100 sold copies.

Bow Wow, who recently said he would quit rap, has hit No. 73. The lil' pup's New Jack City disc sold 6,742 this week and 56,000 overall.

Southern rapper Pastor Troy's Feel Me Or Kill Me got off to a slow start debuting at No. 121 this week. After seven days in stores, Troy's new project stands at 4,300.

Be sure to check back next week to see how new releases from Rick Ross and Asher Roth impact Sales Wrap.

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