T.I.’s King Rules the Charts, Ghostface Catches the #4 Spot
T.I.’s fourth album King has officially conquered the album charts, selling 531,000 units in its first week, making it the highest-selling debut of 2006 so far. The album will enter the Billboard 200 Albums chart at #1, which marks the first time the Atlanta rapper has topped the chart.
Additionally, Ghostface’s critically-hailed Fishscale will debut on the album chart at #4, selling over 110,000 units. This marks the Staten Island native’s highest debut since Ironman debuted at #2 in 1996. King and Fishscale will take the #1 and 2 spots on the Hip-Hop/R&B album chart, respectively.