The Game dropped his sixth album last week with Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf, and while nappyafro’s own Calvin liked it, I’m pretty sure it equaled to his lowest debut on the charts in term of sales (33,000). I will point out that Blood Moon is his first album independently and that it initially started out as a compilation for his artists. Game’s Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf lands at #7. Check out our review here.
Hoodie Allen. I know of him but I have yet to listen to any of his songs. It’s hard to get past that name and the only new white rappers I fuck with is Lil’ Dicky and Froggy Fresh. Still, Hoodie grabbed the #8 spot with his debut album People Keep Talking.
Somebody I do fuck or at least use to fuck with DJ Quik (Quik Is The Name help raise me). I had no idea his lastest album The Midnight Life dropped last week which is weird because I recently listened to an hour interview with him; I just didn’t connect the dot. DJ Quik 9th studio album lands at #63.
#7 The Game – Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf (Last Week: N/A) – 33,000; Total: N/A [Debut]
#8 Hoodie Allen – People Keep Talking (Last Week: N/A) – 30,000; Total: N/A [Debut]
#23 Chris Brown – X (Last Week: #21) – 12,200; Total: 234,900 [5 Weeks]
#39 Lecrae – Anomaly (Last Week: #35) – 8,600; Total: 167,300 [6 Weeks]
#42 Jeezy – Seen It All: The Autobiography (Last Week: #36) – 7,900; Total: 219,200 [7 Weeks]
#46 Childish Gambino – KAUAI (Last Week: #16) – 7,000; Total: 42,500 [3 Weeks]
#47 Keyshia Cole – Point Of No Return (Last Week: #9) – 6,800; Total: 32,300 [2 Weeks]
#63 DJ Quik – The Midnight Life (Last Week: N/A) – 5,000; Total: N/A [Debut]
Hip-Hop + R&B album sales for the week of October 14th (Top 50 & New Releases)