Drake’s Take Care Drops to No. 7 on 200 Chart, Roots Undun Debuts at No. 17
It's a slow week for hip-hop on the Billboard Top 200 Chart.
Drake's Take Care album drops four spots to No. 7 selling 73, 200 copies this week for a total of 967,600. The Roots' Undun project debuts at No. 17 with 48,200 units moved.
T-Pain also enters the chart this week with Revolver, which sold 33,7000 copies its first week.
And rounding out the 200 is Lil Wayne, whose Tha Carter IV sits at No. 48 (descending one spot from last week) 15 weeks after entering the tally. The LP sold 22,000 copies this week, bringing Weezy's total to 1.2 million copies sold to date. And dropping one spot to No. 52 this week is Jay-Z and Kanye West's Watch the Throne set, which sold 20,000 copies on it's 18th week on the chart for a grand total of 1.1 million. —Gina Montana