Sales Wrap: Rick Ross Loses His No. 1 Spot, Nas Moves Outside Top 10, Frank Ocean Channels Into Top 20
Wednesday, Aug 15, 2012 12:44PM
In this week's Sales Wrap, Rick Ross gets knocked off No. 1, Nas exits the Top 10 and Frank Ocean waves good-bye to the Top 20.
Leading the pack this week is Rick Ross' God Forgives, I Don't at No. 2 with 59,600 behind Now 43 (111,400). According to Nielsen SoundScan, Ricky Rozay's latest solo effort has sold 278,800 copies after two weeks on store shelves.
Rap veteran Nas' Life Is Good moved down seven slots to No. 13 with 18,600. With a full month under his belt, Nasty Nas' new solo LP has shelled out 244,700 records.
Odd Future affiliate Frank Ocean's Channel Orange moved down eight slots to No. 22 with 13,500. Headed into his sixth week, the R&B singer's new album has moved 251,000 pieces.
R&B singer Chris Brown's Fortune dropped eight spots to No. 27 with 11,600. After six weeks, Chris Breezy's new LP has sold 252,300 copies.
Fellow singing sensation Usher's Looking 4 Myself moved down six spots to No. 29 with 10,900. With nine weeks in the books, his latest offering has moved 327,400 records.
Rick Ross and Maybach Music Group's Self Made, Vol. 2 fell ten positions to No. 39 with 7,800. Headed into its second full month on store shelves, the compilation project has moved 209,100 records.
Grammy-winning singer R. Kelly's Write Me Back moved up a notch to No. 43 with 7,300. Moving into its second month of availability, the project has sold 141,300 copies.
Evening things out in Top 50 is Miami rapper Flo Rida's Wild Ones moving down three slots to No. 50 with 6,700. With six weeks penciled in, Flo's new LP has sold 74,400 records.
Be sure to check back next week to see how 2 Chainz's new album performs on Sales Wrap.
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