Juicy J, Big Sean Debut High In This Week’s Album Sales (9/4/2013)

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Last week, Juicy J and Big Sean released their highly anticipated albums, Stay Trippy and Hall Of Fame, respectively. With one week passed, the pair has debuted high on the charts, landing in the top five.

Elsewhere, Jay Z, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke move substantial units on the charts yet again. Here’s our breakdown of this week’s releases, as well as the rest of the albums that placed on the charts.

Release Dates:

King Chip, 44108 September 4

2 Chainz, B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time September 10

AZ, Last Of A Dying Breed 2 September 10

Jahlil Beats, Genius September 10

Chief Keef, Almighty So September 12

Young Chop, Precious September 12

  • JC

    Sooo ya niggas gone post an article about big sean’s album sales projections, but aint gone post the actual sales numbers when they come out? That’s some top tier journalism there guys, keep that shit up!

    • SS87

      for real, useless article

  • Ron

    Add the totals of both Big Sean’s and Juicy J’s albums first week sales, multiply them by 2 and they still sold fewer albums than J. Cole his first week. The fact you gave both of those albums an XL and J. Cole an L is getting more ridiculous every day. You all need new reviewers.