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Rittz Makes Top 50 Debut, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Reclaim Top Ten On Sales Chart

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This sales week proved rather tumultuous for the hip-hop genre, as most artists saw a dip in their sales. While mainstays like Justin Timberlake and Kendrick Lamar have continued to hover around their respective spot, others like Tyga and will.i.am took s serious Ls, with the later artist dropping 40 spots since last week. However, this sales week wasn’t without some successes. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis reclaimed a top ten position, while newcomer Rittz snagged a top 50 debut.

  1. Kenny Chesney – Life on a Rock – 153,000
  2. Michael Buble – To Be Love – 92,000
  3. Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience – 69,000
  4. Fantasia – Side Effects of You –36,000
  5. Blake Shelton – Based on a True Story –34,500
  6. Randy Rogers Band – Trouble – 34,000
  7. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis – The Heist – 32,000
  8. P!nk – Truth About Love – 26,000
  9. Fall Out Boy – Save Rock and Roll – 24,000
  10. Bruno Mars – Unorthodox Jukebox – 23,000
  11. Imagine Dragons – Night Visions – 22,000
  12. The Band Perry – Pioneer –22,00
  13. Lil Wayne – I Am Not A Human Being II – 21,000
  14. Florida Georgia Line – Here’s to the Good Times – 20,000
  15. HIM – Tears On Tape – 16,000
  16. Iron Man: Heroes Fall OST – N/A – 16,000
  17. Mumford and Sons – Babel –15,700
  18. Phoenix – Bankrupt! – 15,000
  19. Rihanna – Unapologetic – 14,000
  20. Jessica Sanchez – 14,000
  21. Kid Cudi – Indicud – 14,ooo
  22. Lumineers – Lumineers – 14,000
  23. LL Cool J – Authentic – 13,800
  24. Rittz – The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant – 13,750
  25. Rob Zombie – Venomous Rat Regeneration Vender –13,500
  26. The Airborne Toxic Event – Such Hot Blood – 13,500
  27. Fun. – Some Nights –13,000
  28. Luke Bryan – Spring Break…Here to Party – 13,000
  29. Taylor Swift – Red – 12,600
  30. Brad Paisley – Wheelhouse – 12, 600
  31. Adele – 21 – 12,000
  32. Fleetwood Mac – Extended Play EP – 11,500
  33. Of Monsters and Men – My Head is an Animal – 11,500
  34. Kendrick Lamar – good kid, m.A.A.d city – 11,250
  35. Eric Church – Caught in the Act – 10,800
  36. Alan Jackson – Precious Memories, Vol. II – 10,500
  37. Now That’s What I Call Music 45 – v/a – 10,300
  38. Maroon 5 – Overexposed – 10,000
  39. Paramore – Paramore – 10,000
  40. Eric Church – Chief – 10,000
  41. Jason Aldean – Night Train – 9,900
  42. Tim McGraw – Two Lanes of Freedom – 9,000
  43. Little Big Town – Tornado – 9,000
  44. Pitch Perfect – Sountrack – 8,900
  45. Luke Bryan – Tailgates and Tanlines – 8,750
  46. Tyga – Hotel California – 8,700
  47. Carrie Underwood – Blown Away – 8,300
  48. will.i.am – #Power – 8,300
  49. Phillip Phillips – World From the Other Side of the Moon – 8,200
  50. Kelly Clarkson – Greatest Hits – Chapter 1 – 7,900

Check out last week’s sales recap.

[via HITSDailyDouble]

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