Wayne Train Still Rollin’; Houston’s Z-Ro Makes Debut
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Aint much change in this thang…
The ususal heavyweights still bout it out in the Billboard’s Top 200 Albums this week. Lil’ Wayne’s Tha Carter IV remains atop the Hip-Hop/R&B genre selling 84,000 units this week, the first under-100k selling for Wayne’s latest. Weezy came in at No. 5 and now has a total of 1,385,000 records sold.
Mrs. Carter, Shawn Carter that is, fell as well 5 slots to No. 24 with her latest work 4. Queen Bey managed to move 18,000 units recently and she closely approaches platinum with 803,000 copies sold thus far.
Eminem is still going strong with his 2010 release Recovery. Slim Shady moved up 12 slots with his now quadruple-platinum LP at No. 49 selling 8,600 copies last week. Em has now sold 4,040,000 copies total.
Houston’s own Z-Ro makes his debut on the charts with a new project entitled Meth. At the No. 85 slot, Z-Ro sells 5,400 copies in the album’s first week. This is the fourth album released in Z-Ro’s “drug series.”
Lastly is Warren, Michigan’s own Twiztid climbing an impressive 46 slots to No. 100 with Cryptic Collection Vol. 4. The group nearly doubled its sales from last week and now have sold 4,500 units bringing their total to 9,500 copies.
Can Roc Nation’s first signee J. Cole make an impressive debut next week? Keep it locked to Scoop’s Chart Topper’s to find out!