Sales Wrap: Eminem Can't Recover Top 5, Trey Songz Brings More Pain At No. 7, John Legend & The Roots Wake-Up The Competition

Wednesday, Sep 29, 2010 1:15PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

In this week's Sales Wrap, Eminem cannot regain his previous Top 5 position, Trey Songz continues his dominance at No. 7 plus John Legend and The Roots wake-up their competition.

Grammy-winning rapper Eminem's Recovery dropped out of Top 5 this week, moving down three slots to No. 6 with with 65,800 while Zac Brown Band's You Get What You Give topped the chart with 153,700 sold albums. According to Nielsen SoundScan, Em's new album has sold 2,656,200 records after 14 weeks in stores.

R&B singer Trey Songz's Passion, Pain & Pleasure followed behind, moving down five slots to No. 7 with 65,700. After two weeks on the chart, the singer's new album has sold 306,100 records.

John Legend and The Roots' Wake Up! entered the charts at No. 8 this week. With seven days in the books, the collaboration effort has sold 63,200 copies.

Soulful singer Fantasia's Back To Me dropped three slots to No. 16 with 19,700. With five weeks knocked out, the crooner's latest offering has shelled out 231,600 pieces.

Young Money rapper Drake's Thank Me Later slipped five slots to No. 20 with 15,100. After 15 weeks in stores, Drizzy's debut album has pushed 1,086,000 records.

Grammy-winning singer Usher's Versus EP slid nine positions down to No. 25 with 13,100. Headed into his sixth week, Ush's new solo project has sold 116,800 copies.

Singer Kem's Intimacy fell six spots to No. 26 with 12,600. With six weeks in the books, the singer's new album has shelled out 173,400 records.

Southern rapper Rick Ross' Teflon Don fell seven slots to No. 33 with 10,600. With ten weeks under his belt, the "Boss" now sits on 405,900 sold copies.

R&B singer Usher's Raymond V. Raymond dropped nine positions to No. 34 with 10,500. Headed into his 27th week, the singer's latest LP has sold 1,086,500 records.

Music newcomer Ke$ha's Animal slipped four slots to No. 45 with 8,700. After 38 weeks, her new album rests at 955,500 units sold.

Evening things out in Top 50 is B.o.B.'s Adventures of Bobby Ray which dropped eight slots to No. 48 with 8,100. After 22 weeks to his name, Bobby Ray's debut album has sold 412,000 copies.

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

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