Hip Hop Album Sales: Pharoahe Monch

Pharoahe Monch nearly sells 10,000 units, while Gucci Mane's Master P-featuring mixtape scores a Top 20 debut, and Chris Brown shatters the charts.
R&B/Pop took over the charts this week. Jive Records superstar Chris Brown's F.A.M.E. entered at #1. The work features emcees such as Ludacris, Lil Wayne and Young Money's Tyga. Brown beat out #2, Jennifer Hudson, by over 100,000 units sold.
Bobby V (f/k/a Bobby Valentino), a onetime member of Ludacris' DTP Records, released his Fly On The Wall album. The EMI Records-backed project features G-Unit's 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks, as well as another EMI Hip Hop label-mate in Twista.
Lupe Fiasco still held a Top 10 position. The Chicago, Illinois emcee may have had his share of disagreements with Atlantic Records over the content and direction of his third album, Lasers, however the work is fast approaching 300,000 units sold. Lupe's album features label-mate Trey Songz and longtime 1st & 15th singer Sarah Green.
For the first week, Floetry alum Marsha Ambrosious' long-delayed solo debut slipped out of Top 10 rankings. The songstress is widely known in Hip Hop for her tenure as an artist at Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment, as well as her feature work with Game, Slum Village and Busta Rhymes. Meanwhile, staying comfortably at #17 for another week, Rihanna's Loud  pushes well past platinum.

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