Jay-Z Scores 11th No. 1 Album, Sells 475,700 Discs in Debut Week

Jay-Z has done it again. The living rap legend has scored his eleventh no. 1 album with his latest disc The Blueprint 3 and surpassed his sales projections by over 125,000 copies.

As previously reported, industry insider hitsdailydouble.com placed Hov at around 300-350,000 for his first week sales, but according to Nielsen SoundScan, the rap megastar sold closer to 475,700. This is no small feat as Jay’s last album American Gangster sold 425,800 units in a much sunnier sales climate. The Brooklyn-bred MC was everywhere promoting BP3, with a star-studded 9-11 benefit at Madison Square Garden airing live on Fuse, a performance with Alicia Keys at the MTV VMAs and interviews on everyone from Oprah to Bill Maher to Stephen A. Smith.

Fellow New York vet Raekwon also made an impressive debut this week. The Wu-Tang rapper’s sequel to the 1995 classic, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, landed at the no. 4 spot, selling 67,600 copies in its first week.

Climbing four spots up the charts to make it back into the top 10 is the Black Eyed Peas. The group’s latest disc The E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) sold 10,000 more albums this week than last week, earning them a seat at no. 7. The group moved 43,500 units in their 14th week, making their grand total stand at 1,071,100.

Falling 16 spots to no. 24 is Pitbull. The Miami rep’s latest disc, Rebelution sold 17,800 CDs this week, making his two-week stats stand at 59,100.

At no. 30 is the collector’s edition of Jay’s first Blueprint album. The new version of the 2001 classic LP that turned Kanye West and Just Blaze into superproducers, pushed 14,000 units out of the stores this week.

Two spots down is fellow “Renegade” Eminem with his Relapse LP. In his 17th week on The Billboard 200 charts, Shady sold 13,700 units, making his overall tally stand at 1,424,600. Directly under Em is Brooklyn MC Fabolous. Loso’s Way cranked out 13,600 from the shelves this week, putting his grand total at 220,900.

Next week look for new releases from Kid Cudi, Drake, Lil Boosie, Q-Tip, Trick Daddy, New Boyz, M.O.P., N.O.R.E., Capone, KRS-One and Buckshot to make The Billboard 200. –Elan Mancini

  • caino

    1st Pierzy!

    those sales figures arent to be sniffed at, even for a legend like Hov

  • http://Pierzy11@gmail.com Pierzy

    That’s very impressive.

    More than (almost) every other rapper’s complete total this year in one week.

    • Silly Chilly Willy

      True!

      He sold what their whole albums sold in his first week…I’ve expected it to be #1 though, personally I’m a fan of this album.

      “Please don’t bow in my presence how am I a legend ?
      I just got 10 number one albums maybe now 11″

      J7M

  • http://www.myspace.com/atlatino404 El Tico Loco

    The way record sales are (not that I care) is time to curb the grade on the plaques.

  • http://www.divehiflylo.com PARIS PERSHUN

    GOOD SHIT…. WE SAW THIS COMIN’ ….

    (LEANS BACK AND TURNS “ALREADY HOME” WAY WAY WAY WAY WAY WAY WAY WAY THE FUCK UP)

  • Knowledgeable

    HOVA does it again!! 13 years in the game and he’s still pushing the biggest numbers around!!

    The album is a straight up banger too. I’ve been bumping it like 3x a day since I first bought it. I’m glad to see people out there finally supporting good music!!

  • Decker

    “Men lie,Women lie,Numbers don’t”-Hov.Congrats 2 d godMC.

    • squadwildin

      numbers are misleading though. and what about when men and women lie about numbers? think on that

  • venemez

    Congrats Mr. Carter… you did it again.

  • jburg

    Thats a good look. Is a pretty hot album. Keeping that and Relapse in rotation.

  • che

    check out the 9/11 concert and the whole blueprint 3 album with lyrics on FaceZook .com, It’s pretty cool.

    The wordplay is awesome. this man’s a legend.

    there’s some unreleased tracks on that website too.

  • brand-new

    i was expecting raekwon to sell somewhere between 30-40k. this week was a good look for n.y. city hip hop.

  • OG Matt Herbz

    I was gonna pass on copping my own copy until I was sure it was worth it. I DL’d my copy last Tuesday and it’s pretty damn good. I still maintain that there are a couple of wack tracks, but I like the album as a whole. Congrats, Jay.

    –OG Matt Herbz–

  • ff1one@yahoo.com

    first go get that Rae.’

    second, Jayz…what can we say. the album is a new classic. you can hear it in the streets. you hear it on the radio. they’re playing it in the clubs. Its overseas. solid lp with some relevant content.

  • Brahsef

    I wouldn’t call it a new classic….4/5 stars for me. At first I was not liking it at all, and then it’s been growing on me a lot. Good look on Rae’s CD selling 67,000 as well, he’ll go gold on that. This fall’s gonna be a great fall for hip-hop.

  • Young History in the Making

    congrats to jay..he done it again..

  • murK

    if you don’t have the rae album go get it. he needs to sell 100k overall.

    congrats to jay. anybody know how much em did 1st week? does jay have the highest 1st week hip-hop album sales of ’09 ??

    • http://Pierzy11@gmail.com Pierzy

      Em sold 608,000 first week.

  • Beast McCoy

    Smartest move they made was releasing it 4 days early on Sat and making it the deal of the day on Amazon at a cool $3.99. Too bad I couldn’t download it on time because I have no intention of paying the full price. I’ll just have to wait it out for one their 50 Albums at $5 sales.

  • http://myspace.com/federalranga Federal Ranga

    What can I say? He just does numbers… no hate about that…

    E10 up!!! Lisa Wants Liquor up!!!
    youtube.com/federalranga

    J7!!! Commission!!!

  • JAY STONE

    FUCK THIS GARBAGE, THAT ALBUM WAS STRAIGHT TRASH. I DOWNLOADED IT AND THEN DELETED IT RIGHT AWAY AFTER FIVE MINUTES. WASTE OF TIME, YOUR BETETR OFF JERKING OFF TO A HOT WHORE.

    • OG Matt Herbz

      It’s grown man music. If you’re still jerking off, then it probably wasn’t meant for you.

      And you’d be better off fucking an ugly bitch than jerking off to a hot whore.

      –OG Matt Herbz–

      • http://tonygrands.blogspot.com Tony Grands

        Lol…

      • $ykotic/Don McCaine

        HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

        Congrats Jigga.

        Hooray for Rae!

        Make Cuban Linx 2 GOLD my people.

      • Worley

        “And you’d be better off fucking an ugly bitch than jerking off to a hot whore.”

        Classic.

      • yoprince

        Lets be real here though…

        The Blueprint, American Gangster, The Black Album, Dynasty, Reasonable Doubt, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3… are all better than BP3.

        Right? (I could even throw the S.Carter Collection mixtape in there if I wanted to be an asshole)

        You could maybe argue against Dynasty.. but umm, the Intro, Change the Game, I Just Wanna Love You, Streets is Talking, This Can’t Be Life, 1-900-hustler, squeeze 1st, soon you’ll understand.. soo yeaaa..

        why still make albums when you’re EASILY making your 9th best album??

        why still make albums when none of the songs on there could even come close to making it into the top 50 Jay-Z songs??

        that’s all I’m saying.. Jay-Z is still the G.O.A.T… but none of us will be listening to BP3 in another year. we’ll be going right back into the old Jay-Z stash to listen to Can I Live or Never Change or Where I’m From or Hard Knock Life…

        - a real Jay-Z fan

        • Brooklyn B

          Hov on that new shit niggaz like how come
          Niggaz want my old shit, buy my old album
          Niggaz stuck on stupid, I gotta keep it moving
          Niggaz make the same shit, me I make the blueprint

        • yoprince

          damn i predicted somebody would quote that..

          well, i already have his old albums, so i don’t want them.

          i just want something worthy of standing next to them.

          and there’s nothing ostensibly “new” about BP3. in fact… some of the production sounds tired and outdated, namely the Timbaland tracks, but also Kanye’s Star is Born and Hate, which sounds like a CRT from a Kanye album.

          someone who can do better than quoting someone else please dispute what i had to say.

        • Silly Chilly Willy

          I think the real point to make here is that BP3 is a great album, period.

          Now is it better than his others ? There’s no real answer to that. Why ? Because each one of us has a special connection to an album or a song at one point that just make it so special. There’s a fellow commenter around here who feels that Kingdom Come is better than American Gangster. I don’t feel the same. But it’s a matter of personal taste and that special thing (or lack thereof)that connect you to a particular album.

          Reasonable Doubt is Jay’s most revered masterpiece. No doubt about it. But there’s a special spot in my heart for The Blueprint. And some may feel like that for BP3.

        • General

          I will agree that it is not one of his better efforts overall…

        • yoprince

          lmao.. you’re taking the easy way out homey.

          pieces of art get criticized. that’s the way it goes.

          The Blueprint isn’t great b/c of special places in your heart. It’s great b/c Jay had new shit to say, a new sound for us to hear, and an air-tight flow.

          BP3 is NOT great b/c he’s rehashing old trends he set, while simultaneously dismissing it on like 3 tracks. a number of the beats are tired. he wasted one of the hottest beats of this decade (DOA) on a silly concept song that isn’t even really a concept. “reminder” has one of the most grating hooks i’ve ever heard, and Hov allows himself to get outshined by other artists multiple times.

          even one of my fave songs on there, Empire State of Mind, it sounds like Hov is struggling with his breath control. what’s up with that? he’s never had that issue before.

          “this year’s sweats are my last year’s sweats” – lame!

        • Silly Chilly Willy

          Take a breath of fresh air, sit down and let’s talk.

          It’s not taking the easy way, my friend, it’s just acknowledging the facts. Don’t take it out of context.

          “I think the real point to make here is that BP3 is a great album, period.” i.e. In this day and age of hiphop, BP3 is one of the best album of this year, so it’s a great album. The number of people buying it on the first week, while we’re still in RECESSION, must mean something. You may not like it, but that’s beside the point. You gotta give credit where it’s due.

          “Now is it better than his others ?”
          That’s a moot point. There you’re right for saying that “pieces of art get criticized. that’s the way it goes”.

          And yes, “special places in your heart”, i.e. how people feel about a certain album, is also important while discussing about classics.

        • yoprince

          I feel you on most of what you said, homey.

          I think Hov is the best to ever do it all things considered. And I don’t think he has ever made a WACK album. Just plain WACK.

          I give him all the credit in the world for being a legend. And I, for one, believe a musical legend deserves to do his numbers and will likely do them in any climate. Jay-Z is a superstar, worthy of criticizing. I will likely buy the album just to own it. He’s earned that respect from me.

          On the other hand, I listen to alot of music. Different types of music too. And there have been plenty of great records this year, from Rick Ross to The Dream, to Eminem, DOOM, Mos Def, Grizzly Bear, Alchemist, Horehound, Bill Callahan, Raekwon, and Animal Collective to J.Cole, and Drake to Amadou & Miriam.

          Jay-Z’s new album is not as good as any of those I just named that were all released this year and an artist of his caliber should be on that list. So no, I don’t give him the “2009″ pass. Plenty of good music has come out this year. His music isn’t among them. It’s a bad album for Hov, and not good music for 2009.

        • http://XXLMAG.COM JAYONE

          YO yoprince THATS YOU OPINION THAT JAY ALBUM IS NOT BETTER THEN THE PEOPLE YOU NAME AND ITS NOT GOOD MUSIC FOR 09

        • yoprince

          thanks for that insight jayone

        • Silly Chilly Willy

          Nuff respect, homey! That shit right there is what I’m talkin about.

          You don’t feel BP3, period. That’s cool, ain’t nothing wrong about that. This is hiphop, you don’t have to agree with the masses. You acknowledge the fact that you “don’t think he has ever made a WACK album. Just plain WACK.”
          Some people don’t even think a minute and just talk ignorant shit.

          People need to realize that they have the right to dislike something without deeming it wack or disproportionately hating. The display and the use of the skill may not satisfy you, but you gotta recognize the skill first and foremost, and the effort. It’s the respect of the craft, something that some of the so-called fans don’t have anymore.

          J7M

        • yoprince

          that’s what’s up.

          in other news: The Office season premiere tonight

  • General

    Congrats to Rae and Jay…

    OBFCL2 was that shit we needed this year

    J7M

  • daydeezy

    ” Its Only Entertaiiiinment” HOV you got anutha one, Let all the haters come out, Mad cuz Rass Kass will never go platinum…

  • the legend

    jus wonderin but do itunes downloads count 2wards the billboard charts

  • http://www.myspace.com/emcdlthemusicprofile EmCDL

    Damn Jay-Z killing the charts on his first week, but then again who would be surprised by that? I got both BP3 and OB4CL2 when they came out and I’ve been bumping both of them continuously. Congrats to both of them!

  • REALLY

    I don’t understand how they can compare the sales between American Gangster and Blueprint 3, when Jay did x10 more advertising for BP3 then American Gangster.

    Which WAS a better album, period. IMO

    • http://Pierzy11@gmail.com Pierzy

      American Gangster was crack!

  • DUDE

    HE WILL NEVER OUTSELL SHADY ON THE FIRST WEEK…..LETS SEE HOW LONG IT TAKES 2 GO PLATNIUM…..BUT ITS STILL GOOD 4 HIPHOP CANT HATE ON THAT..

  • cramzy

    u gotta respect this. He still moving these units on his 11th!!!!! album..11th. He else has done that? You gotta respect it.

  • Nate

    There is always 1 album that sells well during the “back to school” with the kids. Jay always knew this, and it helps being all over the t.v. and media and doing “charity” concerts.

    I’m sure it’s pretty good, will see if it’s better than Rae’s.

    I give credit to Rae- I liked 70% of his album. Well made, but was expected for a album that took 10 years.

  • Brooklyn

    i’m not surprised at jay’s numbers, it is jay-z we’re talking about. anyway, i’m glad that rae sold as much as he did, that album is fire.

  • MidWest Grindin

    This definitely wasnt an album for kids @ Nate. I co-sign with OG Herbz in thinking that its grown man music, fa sho. Not for generation “Y” at all. Congrats Hov the album is FIRE. Some of the beats were MEH, but lyrics on point. And, in my humble opinion, BETTER than American Gangster. Nigga switched up his style AGAIN. Good shit but a bit of advice–STOP GETTING BEATS FROM TIMBALAND. That nigga fell the fuck off.

    • $ykotic/Don McCaine

      “a bit of advice–STOP GETTING BEATS FROM TIMBALAND.”

      HAHAHAHAHAHA

      After the leaks & what he said, I think it’s a wrap anyway.

    • Silly Chilly Willy

      Cosign the homie MidWest, except on one thing.

      Grown man music don’t have shit to do with age. Sounds paradoxical ? Hell yeah!

      I mean, I’m from the “Y Generation”, whatever the fuck that means. But BP3 is actually an album that I feel. It’s on heavy rotation in the Silly household for a minute.

      I think “grown man music” has more to do with where you at in your life right now. What’s important to you, what do you yearn for. Maybe I seem a couple years older than what I should be, but fuck it. As long as I enjoy the ride, I’m good. Life…I think that’s how they call it….

  • DetroitDraper

    I at first shrugged off the comments of Hov and his music being evil but after reading into the lyrics and imagery of “Run thistown” you almost cant deny it. There are’nt that many coincidental demonic/nwo symbols etc…idk.

    MAYN HOL’UP J7M

  • BeerGangsta

    I knew J would sell 500K first week! If he would have brought the CD out Tuesday it would have been more. Good Job BEP for going Platium. And saving HIP Hop life! Rae did a good job to. Fuck the wet back PitBull! Nobody listen that Country Bullshit!

    • http://Pierzy11@gmail.com Pierzy

      I really, really hate you.

  • Worley

    The moral of the story is rap sold 543,300 copies last week. Rae chipped in a respectable 67,600. I’m proud of you my dude but better distribution next time homie. Best Buy was sold out of your joint with no restocks in sight.

  • MidWest Grindin

    @ YOPRINCE
    My dude, you can say that about almost EVERY mc thats still relevant right now. Are any of Nas most recent albums better than Illmatic, It was Written, or Stillmatic? What about Game? Anything he made since The Documentary can top the first one? Hell, can Rae’s new shit top the first one? I mean come on man, thats a pretty obvious statement that you can apply to almost any MC.

    • yoprince

      well personally, I think Nas’s latest album is brilliant in that he made a conscious effort to push the envelope socially with Untitled (NIGGER). for that reason alone, I think it stands up there with his best work. I know some people don’t like the beats but even if I concede that point, Nas is still sharp as ever on Untitled. he’s always struggled with beats. Untitled is definitely one of Nas’s top 5 albums. We’re talking about Jay’s 9th worst album here!

      Game is wack. He has ZERO timeless records that don’t involve 50 Cent, so he’s not even on my radar.

      Rae’s new shit definitely is a worthy counterpart to the Purple Tape. It’s not better, but it’s deserving of its name.

      Ghostface continues to drop great records.

      and even Jay-Z made an album with American Gangster in ’07 that was worthy of being mentioned among his better albums.

      so no, I think you’re wrong there buddy.

  • http://comcast d.

    He may have sold a lot of albums, but the album is pedestrian at best.

  • Ya Boy

    Been bumping OB4CL2 all week dat album is a banger. Blueprints 3 on the other hand I was not feeling one bit. Though the track wit Alysha Keys is straight.

  • REAL TALK 09

    Lil wayne did dat Milli….Raekwon gets props for makin a REAL hip hop album….JayZ madfe his pact wit Lucifer so doezit matter..God Mc?..please he sold his soul for hip hop…..and still WACK!…Plus..Em beat him….congrats to Raekwon!

  • latino heat

    i think my exact quote about 3 weeks ago was “BP3 is gonna be another number one album. haters do what you do best.”

    and i see a lot of them are doing just that.

    “you don’t like me? fine, it costs you nothing, pay me no mind.” Jay-Z

  • norcal

    SHADY,AFTERMATH BET HOV DAMN DRE PASS ME A PILL DRUGS ALWAYS SELLS

  • ff1one@yahoo.com

    first, that beat off line was classic and funny. Ya, its grown man music.

    2nd, ya that qoute off the ya ya his past album comment was perfect timing.

    music like great memories are about the moment. the blueprint is considered great because of everything that was going on in the world. the black album because of the movement and message behind it. and come on, nobody was on reasonable doubt at first.

    This album because of the time the content and the overall message makes it a new classic. new as in nobody makes classics nowadays. classic as in ten years from now as rap continues to grow u dummies lost in the moment will be like wow that bp3 was great.

    this ain’t no first listen u get it u learn a dance type music. everybody including myself says that the album grows on you. Its like some shakespeare, shakespeare wasn’t always qouted; in fact, people still don’t see the value of shake…but his lines are still being studied today. as a artist u can create music for the moment, you can be the moment or u can make are that exceeds the moment.

    by all the comments i’m not a black sheep, but the choice is yours.

  • Black Rick

    I’m not to shocked Jay did good numbers,Live Nation dont bullshit with there promotions.By the way,my daughters are 12 and 10 and they play the whole damn cd more then me.Pretty impressive for a 40 year old rapper,lol.

  • http://-- gaddic

    Nice numbers
    BP#3 wasn’t garbage and deserved this quality support and since i got it been banging it for a while and I Think it’s kinda good
    3.5/5 rating- too much weak tracks
    Rap Legend= Jay-z
    God MC = rakim
    (sorry jigga stans! Learn about hiphop b4 u reply fags!!!)

    “tell the ordinary Joes button up”-Reminder

    “too many blueprints not enough architects!”-Microphone
    HATE IT OR LOVE IT
    SH IS A WAY BETTER ALBUM THAN BP3!!!

  • Still a Fan of Fif

    To Keep it real, I thought the album was average upon first listen, but as Jay said on renegade, I wasnt listening, I was just skimming. Its definetely grown up music. Shit go hard though. maybe the haters need to see the lyrics, and then have J explain. He is one of the few rapper who can tell 98% truth and still make a good album. No more senseless violence, and he’s too rich to really BRAG. Album is about growth.
    Motivation and Thank you are amongst his best songs EVER

  • RotterdamSoldier

    On the set of We run this town Jay has a interview. He is wearing a black sweater that says: ”Do what thou wilt”.
    Can some one explain to me why he would wear that?
    And don’t come with bullshit like it’s just a sweater.
    Cause he MUST know that that saying is made famous by the most evil satanist that ever lived…Aleister Crowley.
    If he had a sweater on with ”do what you want” i would have thought nothing of it.
    But to wear that in those exact words…i don’t know man…

    • Silly Chilly Willy

      “Love is The Law, Love under Will, There is No Law Beyond, Do What Thou Wilt”

      Aleister Crowley (1875 – 1947), leader of the Ordo Templis Orientis
      ………………………….

      “Love, and DO WHAT THOU WILT: whether thou hold thy peace, through love hold thy peace; whether thou cry out, through love cry out; whether thou correct, through love correct; whether thou spare, through love do thou spare: let the root of love be within, of this root can nothing spring but what is good.”

      St Augustine of Hippo (354-450), Church Father, one of the 13 Doctor of Church, in “Epistolamus Ioannis and Parthos” (Sermon on 1John 7-8)
      ………………………….
      “Fay çe que tu vouldras” (in old french, translated to “DO WHAT THOU WILT”)

      François Rabelais (1449 – 1553) in “Gargantua et Pantagruel”
      ………………………….

      NIGGA PLEASE !!! GRAB A FUCKIN BOOK BEFORE START TALKING SHIT !!! IT’S NOT MEANT TO LEVEL YOUR FUCKED-UP AUNT CHAIR, IT’S MEANT TO BE READ !!!

      Peace and I’m fuckin’ out !

      J7M

  • DADE COUNTY 305

    BP3… MUTHA FUCKIN CLASSIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LIKE SUM1 SAID EARLIER, THIS AINT NO DANCE MUSIC. THIS GROWN MAN CLASSIC MUSIC. JAY BRING THAT BP4 ON THESE HATERS.

  • Thomas

    The Blueprint wasn’t “something new.” Please remember that Ye and Just Blaze studied RZA. Those soul samples and usage of the vocals in those sample is all RZA.

  • RotterdamSoldier

    @ Silly Chilly Willy

    Don’t get your panties in a bunch because i asked a question.
    Second i’m not your ”nigga”

    Peace to you too ”Nigga”

    • Silly Chilly Willy

      Aight !

      We cool, myyyyyyyyyyy nigga! Hope the info made you scratch your head a little. Was just tired of reading bullshit by the time I got to yo comment.

      Silly me, back to chillin mode now….

      Peace, myyyyyyyyyyy nigga……

  • kingequality

    stop the programming bp3 sold that much in this reduce climate of sales cause jay was all over the place they been promoting bp3 for like 2 years with all that promoting and fake hype the shit should of sold close tp a million. When did the average broke hiphop head start giving a dam about rappers sale anyway what part of the game is that oh i get it now we all are sale and marketing exec come on people wake up these niggas aint throwing no money back to us stop with the idol worship

  • GREG

    IF YOU WANA STAY IN THE DRUG ERA WHEN WE WHERE KILLING EACH OTHER BUY RAE AND SIT BUY THE WINDOW SMOKE SOME CRACK WITH YOUR GORTEX BOOTS AND LIVE IN THE PAST ….

    IF YOU WANNA WEAR SASSOON JEANS ON YOUR THIGHS LIKE A BROKEN MAN IN SING SING IN THE YARD WITH A SMEDIUM T SHIRT ON CALLIN WOMEN MY NIGGER AND KISSING MEN ON THE LIPS BUY DRAKE

    IF YOU WANNA SEE A KID FROM THE PROJECTS GIVE 9/11 WIDOWS 4.3 MILLON IN ONE NIGHT OR WITH LYRICS SHUT DOWN MTV AWARDS. BEST EVER PEROID..

  • Harra$$

    Thats a Real ass statement! Loved the Rae album!!!!!!!!!!! Felt like i was back in 94, 95 when niccas kick dat chit! But that Jay-z album (even though I’m not a fan!) is actually Aight……..! gotta respect it. Block Addicts Flo Dawgs New album coming soon! Rock Solid Music. E1 Records Koch Distrubuted! Buy you a copy on http://www.Iap-tv.com Promise If you love real hustla music. Its a must have!

  • BK’s Finest

    Hmmm……wonder why Hov changed the release date to the 9th instead of the 11th? So quick?

    LOL!

    And btw this shit would be considered a flop if this was 96′. The music buisness is dying.

    • Black Rick

      If “if” was a spliff we’d all be high.

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