Even after taking a 76% dive from his first week sales of over 500k, Jay Z almost manages to double the sales of the number two slot, which went to Sara Bareilles for her new album Blessed Unrest, by selling 127,768 copies compared to her 68,524. Young Money's Ace Hood debuted in the four spot with his album Trials & Tribulations moving 32,288 units. J. Cole and Justin Timberlake still find their albums hanging in the top ten by selling 26,394 for the sixth spot and 24,343 for the 10th spot respectively. With no big names releasing albums this week, Hov looks to extend his reign atop the charts into next week.
Jay Z Tops Charts Second Week In a Row
News / July 23, 2013 / 1174 Views/
Source: Hits Daily Double