The numbers are in, and it seems that Young Jeezy’s TM:103: Hustlerz Ambition sold 232,938 units in his first week, taking the number one spot on the Billboard Rap/R&B charts and number 3 spot on the Top 200.
Common moved 69,000 units for his album, The Dreamer/The Believer, in its first week, landing at the number 17 spot, while Drake pushed 131,000 more copies of his Take Care LP, boosting him up to No. 5 on the charts.
Jeezy surpassed expectations for his album sales, which were at 200,000, despite lengthy delays. This is his third highest selling LP, following his 2008 release Recession, which debuted at number one, selling 260,000 units.
And to think he did with no radio single either.
Congrats to Jeezy!