Sales Wrap: 2 Chainz Gets Locked Outta Top 10, DMX Barks His Way To Top 20, Daddy Yankee Marches To The Chart

Wednesday, Sep 19, 2012 1:40PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

In this week's Sales Wrap, 2 Chainz leads the way outside of the Top 10, DMX barks his way onto the chart and Daddy Yankee puts his feet up in the Top 30.

Leading the pack this week is 2 Chainz's Based On A T.R.U. Story moving down six slots to No. 13 with 20,600 behind Adele's 21 (21,100), Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft's Theatre Is Evil (23,800), Now 43 (24,400), Matchbox Twenty's North (27,800), Imagine Dragons' Night Visions (29,500), ZZ Top's La Futura (30,800), XX's Coexist (73,300), Avett Brothers' Carpenter (97,800), Boy Dylan's Tempest (109,500), Little Big Town's Tornado (112,800) and Dave Matthews Band's Away From The World (266,600). According to Nielsen SoundScan, Chainz's long-awaited debut album has shelled out 270,800 units after five weeks.

Christian rapper Lecrae's Gravity dropped 11 slots to No. 14 with 19,000. After two weeks on store shelves, his newest LP has sold 91,700 copies.

New York rap veteran DMX's Undisputed debuted on the chart at No. 19. With seven days under his belt, the former Ruff Ryders leader's newest effort has sold 17,400 units. [Check out DMX's 5 Reasons]

R&B crooner Trey Songz's Chapter V turned 12 pages back to No. 21 with 16,300. With a full month knocked out, Trigger Trey's latest solo offering stands at 216,600 sold records.

Odd Future affiliate Frank Ocean's Channel Orange dropped four slots to No. 25 with 14,100. After ten weeks, the singer's new LP has moved 309,300 pieces.

Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross' God Forgives, I Don't slid nine spots to No. 28 with 12,000. Headed into his second full month, Ricky Rozay's newest album has pushed out 397,600 records.

Spanish rapper Daddy Yankee's Prestige debuted on the chart this week at No. 39. With seven days under his belt, the Latin artist's new LP has sold 8,200 uniits.

R&B singer Chris Brown's Fortune fell nine spots to No. 40 with 8,000. Moving into his third week on store shelves, Chris Breezy's newest album has sold 303,600 pieces.

Evening things out in Top 50 is Usher's Looking 4 Myself dropping 13 slots to No. 49 with 6,700. With 14 weeks knocked out, the platinum-selling singer's new effort has scanned 373,800 records.

Be sure to check back next week to see how Kanye West's Cruel Summer G.O.O.D. Music compilation album performs in the Sales Wrap!

For the latest gadgets, gear and giveaways, check out

blog comments powered by Disqus