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Hip Hop Charts 30th September To 6th October

Posted on October 1, 2007 by

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So with Kanye West winning the race between both himself and 50Cent who proclaimed to leave the game if Kanye outsold him, it's Kanye who remains on top for a second week to further rub salt into the many of 50's wounds. Kanye West's Graduation continues to dominate the album chart, despite an impressive challenge from Chamillionaire, debuting at number three courtesy of Chamillitary/Universal Motown.

Cham's Ultimate Victory is followed closely by Twista, as his new album Adrenaline Rush 2007 debuts at number four, contributing towards a heavy-weight top four. Plies' Real Testament maintains its successful run after seven weeks at a respectable number 5, despite slipping a single position.

Rick Ross and Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds dive straight in at numbers six and seven respectively, forcing Common, last week's number three down five places. Justin Timberlake re-emerges in the top ten at this week's nine after 54 weeks on the chart, with T.I. completing the impressive top 10.


With the album chart being riddled with new entries, the singles chart remains predominantly similar to the previous week, as the top four positions remain stationary. J. Holiday's Bed continues to sleep at the number one position following a 15 week stint.

Alicia Keys' No One improves two places to number five, whilst Fantasia begins to slip after a 30 week run, at this week's 8. 50 Cent's I Get Money concludes the top 10 for a week which sees little change.


Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums


1. Kanye West

2. 50 Cent

3. Chamillionaire
Ultimate Victory

4. Twista
Adrenaline Rush 2007

5. Plies
The Real Testament

6. Rick Ross
Rise To Power

7. Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds

8. Common
Finding Forever

9. Justin Timberlake

10. T.I.
T.I. Vs T.I.P.


Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs


1. J. Holiday

2. Keyshia Cole Featuring Missy Elliott & Lil Kim
Let It Go

3. Soulja Boy Tell'em
Crank That (Soulja Boy)

4. Plies Featuring T-Pain

5. Alicia Keys
No One

6. Justin Timberlake
Until The End Of Time

7. Musiq Soulchild

8. Fantasia
When I See U

9. Ne-Yo
Do You

10. 50 Cent
I Get Money

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Reaction Comments

Comment by brittney, on 3rd December 2007

I love kanye west he is the shit. All his songz r mad good

Comment by chibuzo2, on 8th November 2007

1'm down with 50 any day. Kanye's audience is the pop world and they ain't loyal.

Comment by danda, on 26th October 2007

Its good that 50 is losing out,he cannot underrate felow hiphop guru like kanye,he shud be on the least of top saling albums

Comment by bosnianbig, on 15th October 2007

50 shouldve won, he won worldwide but fo real go buy curtissss!

Comment by wmoton, on 2nd October 2007


Im glad 2 c 50 losing this battle wit kanye, thats what he get for talkn shit.

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