The Numbers Game: Trey Songz & Robin Thicke

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I missed posting up these album sale numbers yesterday. That was because I thought they were delayed because of the 4th of July (Plus I’m lazy and really didn’t bother on checking).

If you are a person who watches out for things like album sales, you probably already know that Trey Songz‘s album Trigga is the #1 album in the country. This is actually Trey’s second consecutive #1 album. Trigga sold 104,000 copies in it’s first week.

Another thing that has made the news is the low sales of Robin Thicke‘s Paula; specifically him only selling 530 copies in the The United Kingdom. Well, the good news is that while the album has a lot of cringe-worthy lyrics, it sold much better in the United States. Paula pushed 23,700 units last week and grabbed the #9 spot (For some funny commentary on this album, check out the latest rant heavy episodes of The FRO Horsemen & The FROCAST).


#1 Trey Songz – Trigga (Last Week: N/A) – 104,700; Total: N/A [Debut]
#9 Robin Thicke – Paula (Last Week: N/A) – 23,700; Total: N/A [Debut]
#19 Iggy Azalea – The New Classic (Last Week: #19) – 14,000; Total: 220,200 [11 Weeks]
#21 Michael Jackson – Xscape (Last Week: #18) – 13,000; Total: 352,000 [8 Weeks]
#23 August Alsina – Testimony (Last Week: #67) – 11,900; Total: 150,400 [12 Weeks]
#26 G-Eazy – These Things Happen (Last Week: #3) – 9,600; Total: 55,700 [2 Weeks]
#29 Pharrell Williams – G I R L (Last Week: #37) – 9,300; Total: 461,300 [18 Weeks]
#39 John Legend – Love In The Future (Last Week: #46) – 7,100; Total: 559,500 (Gold) [44 Weeks]
#40 Joe – Bridges (Last Week: #17) – 6,800; Total: 22,000 [2 Weeks]


Hip-Hop + R&B album sales for the week of July 1st (Top 50 & New Releases)

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