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Machine Gun Kelly may have made the headlines, but it looks like Macklemore and his buddy Ryan Lewis took the crown this week on the charts. Seattle indie hip-hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis debuted this week with The Heist and moved approximately 74,530 units in his first week.

Bad Boy/Interscope artist, Machine Gun Kelly, kicked out 50,004 units of his debut album, Lace Up. Jay-Z also released the Live In Brooklyn EP, which consisted of live performances from his historic concerts at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, sold 11,315 units in its first week.

Check out the full charts courtesy of HitsDailyDouble right here.



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