Monday, April 5, 2010

ALBUM SALES FOR THE WEEK ENDING APRIL 4, 2010 & RIHANNA'S RUDE BOY STILL NO. 1

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No. 1 Usher’s "Raymond v Raymond,” debuted with 329,000 albums sold this week.



No. 2 Justin Bieber's "My World 2.0," sold 291,000 albums this week, bringing his total sales to


No. 3 “Now 33," compilation debuted with 123,000 albums sold this week.


No. 4 Erykah Badu's "New Amerykah, Part Two: Return of the Ankh," debuted with110,000 albums sold this week.


No. 5 Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now," sold 87,000 albums this week.


No. 6 Monica's "Still Standing," sold 81,000 albums this week, bringing her total sales to 265,600.


No. 7 Alan Jackson’s "Freight Train," debuted with 72,000 albums sold this week


No. 8 Justin Bieber's "My World," sold 63,000 albums this week.


No. 9 Lady Gaga's "The Fame," sold 49,000 albums this week.


No. 10 The Black Eyed Peas' "The E.N.D." holding sold 43,000 albums this week, bringing the group’s total sales to 2,386,800.

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No. 11 Ludacris' “Battle of the Sexes,” compilation sold 40,400 albums this week, bringing his total sales to 283,700.


No. 12 Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon's “Wu-Massacre,” debuted with 38,100 albums sold this week.


No. 13 Marvin Sapp's “Here I Am,” sold 36,600 albums this week, bringing his total sales to140,800.


No. 15 Sade's “Soldier of Love,” sold 32,500 albums this week, bringing her group’s total sales to 1,055,500.


No. 18 Ke$ha's “Anima,l” sold 30,700 albums this week, bringing her total sales to 545,800.


No. 22 Lil Wayne's “Rebirth,” sold 24,200 albums this week, bringing his total sales to 489,700.


No. 25 Rihanna's “Rated R,” sold 22,700 albums this week, bringing her total sales to 796,800. Congratulations to Rih-Rih whose single “Rude Boy,” is still the No. 1 single in the country for the 4th consecutive week!


No. 29 Gorillaz's “Plastic Beach,” sold18,100 albums this week, bringing the group’s total sales to190,700.


No. 31 Trey Songz's “Ready,” sold 17,900 albums this week, bringing his total sales to


647,200.


No. 35 Alicia Keys' “Element of Freedom,” sold 14,700 albums this week, bringing her total sales to 1,194,100.


No. 39 Young Money’s “We Are Young Money,” compilation album sold 13,800 copies this week, bringing the group’s total sales to 418,700.


No. 44 Jaheim's “Another Round,” sold 12,500 albums this week, bringing his total sales to 247,100.


No. 47 E-40's “Revenue Retrievin': Day Shift,” debuted with 12,100 albums sold.


No. 48 Mary J. Blige's “Stronger,” sold 11,900 albums this week, bringing her total sales to 726,100.


No. 49 E-40 “Revenue Retrieving': Night Shift,” debuted with 11,900 albums sold.


No. 179 Jedi Mind Tricks’ “Present: Army of the Pharaohs The Unholy Terror,” debuted with 3,200 albums sold.


No. 184 Brotha Lynch’s “Hung Dinner and a Movie,” sold 3,100 albums this week, bringing his total sales to 11,000.


Overall album sales in this past chart week (ending April 4) totaled 6.84 million units, up 13% compared to the sum last week (6.03 million) and down 4% compared to the comparable sales week of 2009 (7.11 million). Year to date album sales stand at 81.95 million, down 8% compared to the same total at this point last year (89.02 million).

Source: Billboard, Sohh and Hiphopdx

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