Sales Wrap: Eminem Hits A Milli, Black Eyed Peas Top All, Plus Mos Def, Pleasure P & D-Block Hit The Charts

Wednesday, Jun 17, 2009 11:00AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

In this week's Sales Wrap, The Black Eyed Peas top all competition, Eminem follows close behind selling a milli at No. 3 and debuts from Mos Def, Pleasure P, D-Block and more hit the charts.

The Black Eyed Peas made their long-awaited return to the charts this week landing No. 1 with E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies). According to Nielsen Soundscan, the pop group's latest disc sold 304,500 copies after seven days in stores.

Eminem's Relapse remains strong sliding one slot down to No. 3 with 87,500. With only a month of availability, the rapper's fifth solo project has sold over a million copies as it rests at 1,049,100 sold discs.

Mos Def's The Ecstatic debuted this week landing at No. 9. After seven days in stores, the rapper-turned-actor's new disc has sold 39,400 units.

R&B singer Pleasure P's Introduction of Marcus Cooper also debuted on the charts at No. 10. The new album has sold 39,000 copies after a week in stores.

Grammy-winning singer Beyonce's I Am...Sasha Fierce continues her run on the charts falling one slot to No. 24 with 16,100. Going into her 31st week, Mrs. Carter's third solo project stands at 2,236,800 sold discs.

Latin duo Wisin Y Yandel's La Revolucion takes a slight hit going down 12 spots to No. 30 with 13,700. Their new project has sold 72,500 units after three weeks on shelves.

R&B singer Keri Hilson's debut album In A Perfect World dropped six slots to No. 31 with 13,600. After a solid three months in stores, the singer's first album has sold 340,800 copies.

D-Block's No Security landed on the charts this week and secured No. 40. The group's new album sold 11,900 records after seven days in stores.

Rap duo Method Man & Redman's Blackout! 2 fell 18 spots to No. 48 with 10,100. After a month in stores, the rappers' long-awaited compilation disc follow-up has sold 102,500 copies.

Finishing out the Top 50 is Jamie Foxx's Intuition which dropped seven positions to No. 49 with 9,900. After 26 weeks in stores, the singer's new project has sold 967,700 units.

DJ Quik and Kurupt's Blaqkout got off to a shaky start debuting at No. 61. The West Coast rap duo's new album has sold 8,800 copies after a week in stores.

Be sure to check back next week to see what releases will impact Sales Wrap.

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