Hip Hop Charts - Week of Nov. 24th, 2005

In this week's Hip-Hop charts, 50 Cent reigns again, Black Eyed Peas slip out of the top 10 radar and Pitbull unleashes his major issue.

Holding down No. 6 is 50 Cent. The soundtrack to Get Rich Or Die Tryin had another good week in sales. Despite the 48% dip, the album pushed an additional 165,009 copies. Nielsen's Soundscan records show that sales-to-date for the soundtrack stand at 484,217 units.

Further down at No. 11 is Monkey Business. The Black Eyed Peas have finally exited the top 10 since entering the Hip-Hop charts over 20 weeks ago. When the Peas dropped Monkey Business they quickly began the take over with "Let's Get It Started" and "Phunk It Up". Now they have fans going crazy with "My Lumps". This week the BEPs sold 77,767 more CDs, bringing their final numbers to 2,208,794 records.

Coming in the 25th place is Kanye West with his sophomore effort Late Registration. Ye made an appearance on BET's 106 & Park earlier this week to introduce his new single from the album, "Heard Em' To Say" feature Adam Levine (from Maroon 5). He also announced that he plans to put out a videoS for the entire Late Registration album. Kanye moved 42,895 more LPs this week and his total album sales thus far is 1,999,784.

A couple of notches down at No. 27 is Young Jeezy's Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101. Although Jeezy's snowman t-shirts are starting to be banned in high schools, his album is up 13%. Jeezy's still caking, selling 41,735 copies this week. According to Soundscan, Let Get It: Thug Motivation 101 has moved 1,065,964 units to date.

Following in the 28th slot is Pitbull. His recent release, M.I. Still A.M.I. (Money Is Still A Major Issue), has made its presence felt this week on the Hip-Hop charts. Pitbull has been quite busy since dropping his debut album M.I.A.M.I. Pitbull sold 41,485 copies in its first week.

Lastly, is the "Dirty South's" Three 6 Mafia, D4L and Bun B. In at the 43rd spot is Three 6 Mafia. Their latest release, the Most Known Unknown, moved an additional 25,640 LPs this week. So far their album sold 394,617 CDs. Right after at No. 44 is D4L. Down 4 Life introduced their laffy taffy to the rest of the world with their Atlantic Records release on November 8th. D4L sold 24,986 units this week, pushing their total to 61,589 LPs. Finally, at No. 45 is Bun B's Trill. Bun's latest offering continues to be consistent another week, despite his 29% drop. Trill buoyed 24,876 albums this week. To date Bun B has sold 274,975 units.

Next week, look for Juelz Santana, Big Boi , Nelly, Dead Prez and Chamillionaire to grab a seat on the Hip-Hop charts.

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