The Numbers Game: Brandy, Bobby V, & K’Naan

I thought I was gonna have to break out the old generic image for The Numbers Game this week because I didn’t think we had any notable releases. But I was reminded the we actually had some new entrees on the charts because we actually reviewed one (We may also review another one at a later date).

Brandy returns the charts after a 4 years absence with the album Two Eleven and lands at the #3 spot. It’s not old school Moesha numbers but 64,700 isn’t bad either. Don’t call it comeback? Since I haven’t listen to it I can’t make that call. But the homie GQ-Blu has a great review of the album so you need to go check that out.

Sidenote: I wanted to rundown the other releases but you how it is sometimes. And that’s what the yellow highlighter is for.

#3 Brandy – Two Eleven (Last Week: NA) – 64,700; Total: NA [Debut]
#7 Miguel – Kaleidoscope Dream (Last Week: #11) – 22,000; Total: 123,400 [3 Weeks]
#11 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – The Heist (Last Week: #2) – 18,100; Total: 96,600 [2 Weeks]
#22 MGK – Lace Up (Last Week: #4) – 14,700; Total: 65,400 [2 Weeks]
#29 G.O.O.D. Music – Cruel Summer (Last Week: #20) – 13,400; Total: 319,900 [5 Weeks]
#35 2 Chainz – Based On A T.R.U. Story (Last Week: #31) – 12,200; Total: 341,900 [10 Weeks]
#91 Bobby V – Dusk Till Dawn (Last Week: NA) – 5,000; Total: NA [Debut]
#94 Jay-Z – Live In Brooklyn (Last Week: NA) – 4,400; Total: 16,000 [2 Weeks]
#119 K’Naan – God, Country Or The Girl (Last Week: NA) – 3,500; Total: NA [Debut]

Hip-Hop + R&B sales for the week of October 16th