Young Jeezy debuts at number three on the Billboard Charts

It is hard to hold the same pace as Michael Bublé on the Billboard Charts during holiday season as the Canadian crooner will top the charts once again next week due to his release, Christmas, moving another 467,000 units. However, Jeezy managed to make a more than respectable entry with his long-awaited TM 103: Hustlerz Ambition, selling 232,938 units which earns him spot number three right after Adele's ever-selling 21 399,000 copies, adding up to 5.6 million in sales so far this year. Jeezy's album also marks the only new new top 10 entry as the rest of the highest sales numbers goes as follows: Justin Bieber's Mistletoe (#4, 225,000), Drake's Take Care (#5, 131,000), Lady Antebellum's Own the Night (#6, 110,000), Rihanna's Talk That Talk (#7, 99,000), Nickelback's Here and Now (#8, 99,000), Black Keys' El Camino (#9, 92,000) and Now That's What I Call Music! 40 (#10, 88,000).