Meek Mill makes it two consecutive weeks as the number one album, with his release Dreams worth more than money. Jake Miller's Rumours EP is a debut entry, sliding straight in at number 7. Boosie Badazz is the biggest slider this week, falling two places to number nine.
Wiz Khalifa's, See you again, continues to dominate the album chart, extending it's stay to eighteen weeks
The first charts for 2015 are up! Nicki Minaj debuts at number one with The Pinkprint, forcing J. Cole down to second. Kevin Gates and Starbomb both debut at positions third and fourth, respectively. Shady XV slips three to fifth, whilst YG's Blame It On The Streets debuts in seventh. Lecrae completes the top ten, increasing his stay on the chart to fifteen weeks.
On the singles
The charts are back for the last week in February. Eminem continues to dominate the album chart, sitting proudly on top of the pile for the fifteenth week. Drake and Macklemore switch positions at two and three, respectively. Kid Ink climbs a single position to fifth, forcing Childish Gambino down a slot. Jay-Z and Juicy J both resurface into the top ten after their brief stint outside.
Juicy J climbs a single spot to claim top position on this weeks hip hop album chart, forcing Big Sean down two places to this week's third. Macklemore slips a single place to fourth, extending its time on the chart to 48 weeks. Kendrick Lamar climbs three to fifth, whereas Goodie Mobb slip three to eighth. The Lacs sneak back into the top ten with A$AP Ferg completing the album chart this
Big Sean debuts in top spot this week, with his Hall of Fame album. Juicy J, also a fresh new entry this week, narrowly misses out to prime location and slots into second. Robin Thicke remains in third with his Blurred Lines while TGT drop three positions to this weeks fifth. Macklemore's The Heist extends its stay on the chart to an impressive 47 weeks and climbs a single place to sixth.
The charts are back for another week and unsurprisingly Nas debuts in the number one position on the album chart, topping the pile with Life is Good. KB's Weight and Glory also debuts on the chart, in fourth place, with LMFAO rising a single position to re-enter the top ten and conclude the chart.
Kanye West's Mercy continues to peak the singles chart, with Meek Mill's, Amen,
On the album chart this week, Flo Rida debuts in second spot, unable to budge the various artists off top slot. B.o.B. rises four positions from seventh to third, this weeks biggest gainer. The other debut album slips into sixth place, in the shape of Wisin & Yandel's Lideres. Waka Flocka Flame slips five slots to this week's tenth to complete the album chart for this week.
Nicki Minaj debuts in the number one spot this week, with Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded. This forces Drake down into second place, followed closely by LMFAO who are Sorry for Party Rocking. Lil Wayne's Tha Carter IV shoots up four positions to this week's sixth. The Lacs debut in a respectable eighth with their album, 190 Proof. The top ten is rounded off by
The Christmas charts are out for 2012, and Drake is crowned the top album for this festive season, as well as featuring heavily in the singles chart. Drake makes it 5 weeks on the chart, dominating the number one position, with LMFAO rising a single spot to this week's two.
Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa debut in third followed by Lil Wayne and JayZ & kanye West. The roots become
Lil Wayne remains the number one selling album for a fourth week in a row, followed by Jay-Z and Kanye West who Watch the Throne in second. LMFAO rise a single slot to fourth, but the greatest gainer of the week comes from The Lonely Island who propel themselves from sixteenth to ninth. The only debut of the week settles in in tenth position, in the shape of Z-Ro's Meth.
Eminem and Royce's re-union holds steady at number one in the hiphop album chart this week with Hell, The Sequel. Pitbull debut's in second, with Planet Pit, and LMFAO are Sorry for Party Rocking, also debuting, a single spot behind Pitbull. Tech N9ne slips five positions to seventh with a mixture of sixes and sevens. Niki Menaj is the longest serving artist on the top 10, with Pink Friday
So the charts are out for another week and unusually the top ten tracks for this week all remain exactly the same, staying at the same positions as last week.
Moving onto the album chart we see a little more activity. Rolling Papers hold strong in the top slot, but Recovery continues as Eminem grabs second position. DJ Quik's Book of David debuts at five whilst the other new
So it is that time again where we look at what tracks and albums have been pushing the biggest numbers and receiving the most airplay. Wiz Khalifa continues to settle into the number one spot, making it a third consecutive week in the prime location. This week's new entry comes courtesy of Atmosphere, with The Family Sign release.
Jim Jones slips four positions to sixth spot, the
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