Sales Wrap: Toni Braxton Debuts At No. 9, Trina Amazingly Reaches Top 20 & Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Return To The Charts

Wednesday, May 12, 2010 1:25PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

In this week's Sales Wrap, Toni Braxton leads the way at No. 9, Trina debuts within Top 20 and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony return to the charts.

Leading the way this week is R&B veteran Toni Braxton's Pulse which debuted nine spots behind Godsmack's No. 1 album Oracle which sold 117,800 records. According to Nielsen Sound Scan, Toni's latest album has sold 54,500 pieces after one week in stores.

R&B singer Usher's Raymond V. Raymond fell four slots to No. 10 this week with 51,300. After six weeks in stores, the singer's new album has moved 637,200 records to date.

Grand Hustle artist B.o.B.'s Adventures of Bobby Ray fell out of the Top 10 this week moving 11 spots to No. 12 with 36,100. Headed into his second week, the rapper's debut album rests at 120,400 sold copies.

Southern rapper Trina's Amazin' debuted on the charts this week at No. 13. With a week under her belt, the "Baddest B*tch's" new album sits on 32,500 sold records.

Rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's Uni5: The World's Enemy also landed on the charts this week at No. 14. After seven days on store shelves, the rap crew's new project has pushed out 29,600 pieces.

Pop newcomer Ke$ha's Animal fell out of the Top 20 this week moving ten slots to No. 24 with 23,200. After 18 weeks, the singer's album has sold 669,000 copies to date.

Award-winning group Black Eyed Peas' E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) also slipped from Top 20 moving out 11 positions to No. 27 with 22,800. After 48 weeks, the group's latest effort has pushed out 2,498,900 records to date.

Renowned singer Sade's Soldier of Love dropped five slots to No. 29 with 21,900. Headed into her 14th week, the songbird's new record sits at 1,153,000 sold copies.

R&B veteran Monica's Still Standing took a slight hit falling out of Top 20 by 12 spots to No. 31 with 17,700. With seven weeks in the books, the singer's latest offering has moved 392,100 copies to date.

Disturbin' Tha Peace leader Ludacris' Battle of the Sexes album dropped 13 spots to No. 33 with 17,600. After nine weeks, the rapper's new compilation project has sold 390,600 records to date.

Debuting on the charts this week is 8Ball & MJG's Ten Toes Down which opened at No. 36. With one week under their belt, the duo's new album has sold 16,200 records.

Gospel singer Marvin Sapp's Here I Am dropped ten slots to No. 40 with 14,500. After two months of availability, the singer's new project has sold 214,500 records.

R&B singer Alicia Keys' Element of Freedom fell 12 slots to No. 43 with 14,100. Headed into her 22nd week, the singer's new album rests at 1,256,500 records.

Soulful singer Erykah Badu's New Amerykah Part Two slipped four positions to No. 45 with 12,600. With six weeks in the books, her new record currently stands at 197,000 sold pieces.

Evening things out in Top 50 is Rihanna's Rated R which took a hard hit by falling 16 slots to No. 48 with 12,300. After 24 weeks on the charts, the singer's new release sits at 868,900 sold records.

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

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