Jeezy's latest album, Seen It All: The Autobiography had a huge first week, surpassing projections that stated that the album was expected to move 90,000-100,000 units. Jeezy's album took the No. 2 spot on the charts this past week, selling 113,255 copies. Jeezy's album joins Rick Ross's Mastermind, and Schoolboy Q's Oxymoron as the only hip-hop albums to surpass the 100,000 sold threshold in the first week.

As far as other hip-hop albums are concerned, G-Unit's The Beauty of Independence EP has dropped out of the Top 50 after one week. Wiz Khalifa's Blacc Hollywood continues to do respectably, selling 18,951 copies this past week, landing at the No. 10 spot. Iggy Azalea's The New Classic sold 11,082 units, obviously continuing to reap the benefits of the success of her summer smash “Fancy." Eminem's Marshall Mathers LP 2 poked into the Top 50 last week with 5,015 units sold, placing the album at No. 48 on the charts.

In the R&B world, Beyonce's eponymous album continues to sell well, moving 7,134 units last week, placing it at No. 34 on the charts. Trey Songz's Trigga album remains at the No. 37 spot, selling 6,483 copies last week, and New Orleans crooner August Alsina ends up at the No. 43 spot, selling 5,795 units of his Testimony album.

2. Jeezy, Seen It All, 113,255
10. Wiz Khalifa, Blacc Hollywood, 18,951
17. Iggy Azalea, New Classic, 11,082
34. Beyonce, Beyonce, 7,134
37. Trey Songz, Trigga, 6,483
43. August Alsina, Testimony. 5,795
48. Eminem, Marshall Mathers LP2, 5,015