Sales Wrap: Justin Bieber Returns To The Top, B.o.B. Locks Down Top 20 & Bruno Mars Debuts On The Charts

Wednesday, May 19, 2010 12:45PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

In this week's Sales Wrap, teen sensation Justin Bieber returns to the top, B.o.B. holds down Top 20 and newcomer Bruno Mars lands on the charts.

Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber rules the charts this week as My World 2.0 locks in No. 1 with 60,300 records. According to Nielsen Sound Scan, the singer's new project has sold 1,042,800 copies after two months in stores.

R&B singer Usher's Raymond V. Raymond moved up three slots to No. 7 with 43,200. After seven weeks in stores, the singer's new album has moved 680,400 records.

Southern rapper B.o.B.'s Adventures of Bobby Ray fell one slot to No. 13 with 27,400. With three weeks under his belt, the emcee's debut now stands at 147,800 copies.

Pop newcomer Ke$ha's Animal moved eight positions back into the Top 20 landing at No. 16 with 20,700. After 19 weeks, the singer's new album has pushed out 689,700 records.

Award-winning group Black Eyed Peas' E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) also moved eight slots back into Top 20 to secure a spot at No. 19 with 18,800 records. With 49 weeks in the books, the group's latest effort has pushed out 2,517,700 copies to date.

R&B veteran Toni Braxton's Pulse took a hard hit dropping 13 slots to No. 22 with 17,700. After two weeks, the singer's new album has sold 72,200 records.

Disturbin' Tha Peace leader Ludacris' Battle of the Sexes compilation moved up four positions to No. 29 with 14,200. Moving into its 11th week in stores, the rapper's new album now rests at 404,900 sold copies.

R&B singer Monica's Still Standing slipped one slot to No. 32 with 13,500. After two months in stores, the song bird's new record has pushed out 405,600 units.

Video vixen Rihanna's Rated R received a 14-slot boost to No. 34 with 12,600. Headed into her 26th week, the singer's latest effort has sold 881,600 units.

Grammy-winning singer Alicia Keys' Element of Freedom moved up six spots to No. 37 with 12,200. Going into her 23rd week, the singer's new project stands at 1,268,700 records.

Renowned singer Sade's Soldier of Love dropped 12 positions to No. 41 with 11,100. After 14 weeks, the United Kingdom crooner's comeback release has sold 1,164,100 albums.

Incarcerated rapper Lil Wayne's Rebirth made an eight-spot return to Top 50 landing at No. 45 with 10,400. After 15 weeks, the emcee's experimental rock album has sold 562,400 pieces.

Gospel singer Marvin Sapp's Here I Am dropped seven slots to No. 47 with 9,900. Headed into his tenth week, his new album has sold 223,600 records.

Rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's Uni5: The World's Enemy took a hard hit dropping 34 slots to No. 48 with 9,400. After two weeks, their new release has sold 39,100 pieces.

Evening things out in Top 50 is Trina's Amazin' which also took a hard hit falling 35 slots to No. 49 with 9,400. With two weeks under her belt, the Southern emcee's new album has sold 41,900 records.

Music newcomer Bruno Mars' It's Better If You Don't Understand EP landed on the charts this week at No. 99. With a week in the books, the newcomer has sold 5,400 records.

Be sure to check back next week to see how Nas & Damian Marley's Distant Relatives album debuts on Sales Wrap.

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