Sales Wrap: Rick Ross' MMG Skids Out Top 10, Bruno Mars Rockets Forward, Miguel Creeps & Crawls Back Onto The Chart
Wednesday, Jun 8, 2011 12:15PM
In this week's Sales Wrap, Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group catches a flat outside of Top 10, Bruno Mars gets sparked upward and Miguel creeps back into the Top 50.
Leading the pack this week is Maybach Music Group's Self Made which dropped seven positions to No. 12 with 18,500 behind Mumford & Sons' Sigh No More (22,300), Glee: The Music Volume 6 (25,100), Flogging Molly's Speed of Darkness (25,400), Jason Aldean's My Kinda Party (33,100), Now 38 (39,100), Brad Paisley's This Is My Country Music (52,800), My Morning Jacket's Circuital (55,000), Eddie Vedder's Ukulele Songs (71,200), Death Cab for Cutie's Codes & Keys (102,300), Adele's 21 (120,900) and Lady Gaga's Born This Way (174,300). According to Nielsen SoundScan, Maybach Music Group's debut album has sold 77,400 copies after two weeks in stores.
Pop star Bruno Mars' Doo-Wops & Hooligans received a six-slot boost to No. 14 with 17,400. After 35 weeks, Mars' new album has shelled out 1,070,700 copies.
Latin singer Jennifer Lopez's Love? slipped one slot to No. 19 with 15,500. With five weeks in the books, her new LP has shelled out 171,900 units.
Pittsburg rapper Wiz Khalifa's Rolling Papers moved up five positions to No. 23 with 14,100. After 10 weeks, his Atlantic Records debut currently stands at 431,100 sold pieces.
Grammy-winning singer Rihanna's Loud experienced a six-slot boost to No. 24 with 14,000. Moving into her 30th week, RiRi's latest offering has sold 1,298,800 records to date.
Rap group veterans Beastie Boys' Hot Sauce Committee Part 2 dropped 12 slots to No. 26 with 13,800. After five weeks on the chart, the trio's new LP has sold 227,600 units.
R&B singer Chris Brown's F.A.M.E. received a one-slot boost to No. 28 with 13,300. Moving into his third month, the crooner's new LP has sold 595,800 copies.
Young Money star Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday moved up three positions to No. 30 with 13,000. After 28 weeks on store shelves, the rapper's debut currently stands at 1,407,100 sold records.
Gospel singer Kirk Franklin's Hello Fear enjoyed a three-slot boost to No. 33 with 11,900. After 11 weeks on the chart, his new album stands at 265,700 sold pieces.
R&B singer Miguel's All I Want Is You creeped back into the Top 50 moving up 14 slots to No. 39 with 10,400. After 21 weeks, his new LP has sold 194,600 records.
Comedic trio Lonely Island's Turtleneck & Chain dropped 14 slots to No. 41 with 10,300. With a month in the books, their new LP has pushed out 116,700 albums.
Evening things out in Top 50 is Eminem's Recovery moving up two positions to No. 46 with 10,000. After 50 weeks on the chart, Em's latest offering has sold 3,882,100 records.
Be sure to check back next week to see what releases impact Sales Wrap.