T.I. cracked the Top 3 on the Billboard charts this week with his latest comeback album, Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head.
The Kang of the South was beat by One Direction and label-mate Bruno Mars by a margin of less than 1,500 units to grab the #2 spot. Tip's album before this, No Mercy, was released in 2012 and debuted at #4 upon its initial week of release. Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head moved close to 180,000 units of the album in its first week.
Following the Kang on the rap side of things is Chief Keef's Finally Rich. This debut album, which is released under Glory Boyz Entertainment and Interscope Records, moved approximately 50,000 units its first week. Sosa's debut album includes the likes of 50 Cent, Rick Ross, French Montana, Wiz Khalifa and Lil Reese.
This will be the final Billboard charts before we flip the calendar on to the new year. Hit the jump to check out the final ten albums that cracked Billboard this week.
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