Cam's fifth album, Killa Season, fell from #2 to #18 on the Top 200, but the Harlem posterboy has moved over 155,000 units in two weeks.
Straight out of "reggaeton-land" comes Don Omar. Omar's King of Kings has sold over 68,000 copies in its first week.
3. T.I. - King
This self-proclaimed King has been making giant strides towards living up to his title. King, a fierce "Album of the Year" contender has now garnered Tip a whopping 1,200,000 units.
This Memphis-bred rapper reportedly sold 40,000 units on an independent label. So, moving units is not a stranger to Yo Gotti. The newcomer entered the Top 200 at #84, having sold 14,000 copies of Back 2 Da Basics in his first week.
King Koopa (as Cham's friends call him) sold an additional 34,000 copies of his critically acclaimed debut, The Sound of Revenge, this week. The Houston rapper recently told revealed that a cop emailed him about "Ridin'," his hit song that touches on the subject of racial profiling.
Mobb Deep recently performed at the 2006 Summer Jam, where fans responded favorably to their old school smash, "Shook Ones II." Their new album, Blood Money, sits at 185,000 in sales after four weeks.
Based on the strength of their new single, "Ridin' Rimz," DFB moved an additional 14,000 units of their sophomore LP, On Top of Our Game.
Big Ellie moved about 10,000 units of his 12th release, Todd Smith. Despite his poor outing on the charts, LL has always been distinguished as one of the longest-standing rappers of all time.
Da Muzicianz consists of D-Roc of the Ying Yang Twins, and his younger brothers: Mr. Ball and Da Birthday Boy. Their self-titled debut has been riding on the wave of their popular hit, "Camera Phone."