Sales Wrap: Wiz Khalifa Keeps Rollin' Top 5, Jim Jones Dips Into Top 20, Brotha Lynch Hung Swings Onto The Chart

Wednesday, Apr 13, 2011 12:35PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

In this week's Sales Wrap, Wiz Khalifa remains a Top 5 wiz, Jim Jones balls into Top 20 and Brotha Lynch Hung strangles his way onto the chart.

Leading the pack this week is Wiz Khalifa's Rolling Papers which dropped three spots to No. 5 with 59,300 sold copies behind Hollywood Dead's American Tragedy (66,000), Radiohead's King of Limbs (66,900), Britney Spears' Femme Fatale (75,200) and Adele's 21 (88,200). According to Nielsen Soundscan, Wiz's Atlantic Records debut has sold 257,500 units after two weeks in stores.

R&B singer Chris Brown's F.A.M.E. dropped out of the Top 5 moving down two slots to No. 6 with 51,100. Headed into his first full month on store shelves, Breezy's new LP has shelled out 413,300 records.

Gospel singer Kirk Franklin's Hellor Fear slipped one slot to No. 10 with 31,100. After three weeks of availability, his latest effort has moved 148,900 units.

R&B singer Jennifer Hudson's I Remember Me slipped out of the Top 10 moving down four positions to No. 11 with 30,600. With three weeks in the books, the former "American Idol" star's new LP has sold 252,000 records.

Dipset member Jim Jones' Capo debuted on the chart this week at No. 20. With seven days knocked out, Jimmy's new album rests at 21,100 sold units. [Check out Jim Jones' Buy My Record]

Pop starlet Rihanna's Loud moved out of the Top 20 sliding down seven slots to No. 21 with 20,600. After 21 weeks on the chart, her new LP has shelled out 1,159,200 copies.

Crooner Bruno Mars' Doo-Wops & Hooligans also moved out of the Top 20 dropping five positions to No. 24 with 18,700. After 27 weeks in stores, his new album has sold 905,400 records.

Young Money star Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday moved down six positions to No. 26 with 17,000. Headed into her 21st week, Nicki's debut album currently rests at 1,298,300 sold pieces.

Grammy-winning rapper Lupe Fiasco's Lasers fell 11 slots to No. 27 with 16,800. With five weeks in the books, Fiasco's third solo album has sold 320,000 copies.

Shady Records CEO Eminem's Recovery slipped two positions to No. 29 with 15,400. With 42 weeks knocked out, Em's new solo LP has sold 3,788,500 records.

R&B singer Marsha Ambrosius' Late Nights & Early Mornings fell nine slots to No. 30 with 15,100. Moving into her seventh week, the singer's latest effort has sold 225,300 units.

R&B crew Mint Condition's 7 debuted on the chart this week at No. 33. With seven days to their name, the group's new LP has sold 14,700 records.

West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg's Doggumentary took a hard hit falling 27 positions to No. 35 with 13,600. After two weeks in stores, his new solo album has shelled out 64,200 copies.

Pop group Black Eyed Peas' The Beginning received a five-slot boost to No. 43 with 12,400. After 19 weeks on the chart, their new LP stands at 614,100 sold copies.

West Coast rapper Brotha Lynch Hung's Coathanga Strangla debuted on the chart this week at No. 68. After seven days in the books, his new LP has sold 7,300 records.

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

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