Lil Wayne is not only the self-proclaimed “rapper eater,” but it looks like the Cash Money star is also the “charts eater,” too.
Weezy shot back into the Billboard 200 Top Five as he pushed past the two million sold mark with Tha Carter III.
The rapper pushed close to 79,000 copies of his album.
Meanwhile, Nas remains in the top ten after selling 41,000 copies of his untitled opus. The Queens rapper has sold 291,000 copies of his latest LP since its release.
50 Cent and G-Unit continue to struggle with their latest, T.O.S. The crew album falls to number 38 on the charts after another declining weeks worth of sales. Overall the project has sold almost 185,000 copies after five weeks.—Anthony Thomas