Sales Wrap: Eminem Recovers To No. 2, Fantasia Falls From Top 10, Young Buck & Dorrough Hit The Chart

Wednesday, Sep 15, 2010 12:03PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

In this week's Sales Wrap, Eminem tops his competition, Fantasia falls from Top 10 plus new releases from Young Buck and Dorrough hit the chart.

Grammy-winning rapper Eminem's Recovery moved up a notch to No. 2 with 81,000 copies falling one slot behind Sara Bareilles' Kaleidoscope Heart which sold 89,500 records. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the rapper's new album has sold 2,501,400 records to date.

Soulful singer Fantasia's Back To Me fell from Top 10 moving down six slots to No. 11 with 29,400. After three weeks in stores, the singer's new LP has sold 186,600 copies.

Young Money rapper Drake's Thank Me Later moved up three spots to No. 13 with 17,600. With 13 weeks under his belt, the emcee's debut album has sold 1,051,200 units.

Singer Kem's Intimacy slipped three slots back to No. 14 with 17,600. After a month in stores, the singer's latest LP has shelled out 145,100 records.

R&B singer Usher's Versus EP dropped two slots to No. 15 with 17,000. Heading into his fourth week, the singer's new project has pushed out 85,400 units.

Singer Lyfe Jennings' I Still Believe took a hard hit falling 16 positions to No. 22 with 14,000. After 14 days on the charts, his last LP has sold 50,400 copies.

Southern rapper Rick Ross' Teflon Don remained put at No 24 this week with 13,200. With two months in the books, the "Boss'" new album has sold 381,900 pieces.

Grammy-winning singer Usher appears in the chart again as Raymond V. Raymond moved up a notch to No. 29 with 11,300. After 24 weeks, his latest solo LP stands at 1,062,500 sold records.

Music newcomer Ke$ha's Animal received a one-notch boost to No. 32 with 10,600. After 36 weeks on the chart, the singer's new album has sold 937,000 units.

Award-winning group Black Eyed Peas' E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) remained at No. 39 with 9,000. After 66 weeks, the group's 2009 album has sold 2,775,400 records to date.

Grand Hustle rapper B.o.B.'s Adventures of Bobby Ray moved up four slots to No. 42 with 8,400. Heading into his 21st week, the rapper's debut has shelled out 394,100 records.

Former G-Unit member Young Buck's The Rehab mixtape debuted on the charts this week at No. 56. After seven days in stores, the rapper's latest retail project has sold 6,400 units.

Rapper Dorrough's Get Big also debuted on the charts this week at No. 68. With a week in the books, the emcee's new project has sold 5,500 records.

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

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