Sales Wrap: Chris Brown Tags No. 7, Gucci Mane Invades Top 10, Snoop Dogg, Timbaland, B.G. & The Clipse Debut

Wednesday, Dec 16, 2009 12:30PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

In this week's Sales Wrap, Chris Brown makes his comeback at No. 7, Gucci Mane lands into the Top 10 plus new releases from Snoop Dogg, Timbaland, The Clipse debut on the charts.

R&B singer Chris Brown made his comeback this week as Graffiti debuted at No. 7, falling behind Susan Boyle's I Dreamed a Dream which moved 582,000 records this week.  According to Nielsen Soundscan, Breezy's third solo album has sold 101,900 copies after seven days in stores.

Incarcerated rapper Gucci Mane's State Vs. Radric Davis also landed onto the charts securing a spot at No. 10. The Southern emcee's latest effort rests at 90,000 after a week on store shelves.

Late singer Michael Jackson's This Is It soundtrack fell out of the Top 10 moving down four slots to No. 12 with 82,800. After seven weeks of availability, the compilation project has reached platinum status with 1,048,200 records.

Pop group Black Eyed Peas' E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) received a two-position boost to No. 21 with 63,200. Headed into their 28th week, the group's latest effort moves steady at 1,553,700 sold copies.

West Coast rap veteran Snoop Dogg's Malice In Wonderland hit the charts this week securing a spot at No. 23. With a week under his belt, Snoop Dizzle's new album has shelled out 59,300 copies.

Grammy-winning singer Rihanna's Rated R dropped 12 slots to No. 28 with 50,200. Going into her first month of availability, Def Jam's songstress has secured 290,600 albums to date.

Hit producer Timbaland's Shock Value II debuted onto the charts this week landing at No. 36. His follow-up to the 2007 platinum album has sold 39,700 records after seven days in stores.

R. Kelly's Untitled took a hard hit falling 36 positions down to No. 40 with 37,500. After two weeks on stores shelves, the R&B veteran's latest album has sold 151,800 copies.

The Clipse even things out in Top 50 as Til The Casket Drops debuts at No. 46. With a week in the books, the duo's third group project has moved 31,500 records.

Hot Boys' B.G. made his debut onto the charts this week as Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood snagged a spot at No. 77. Headed into his second week, the Southern rapper's new album rests at 18,800.

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

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