Wednesday, August 8th, 2012 at 6:34 pm
Well it looks like Ross is the boss of the charts this week. Rozay debuted in the number 1 spot this week with nearly 220 units of God Forgives, I Don’t sold as of press time. Believe it or not, this is actually the biggest opening week in Ross’ entire career.
Aside from GFID, Aer hit the charts with their latest release, The Bright Side. The self-described “Alternative/Acoustic Reggae with Hip-Hop” group sold just over 5,000 digital copies of The Bright Side. On the other side of the spectrum, hardcore hip-hop group/House Of Pain reincarnation, La Coka Nostra also landed on the charts moving nearly 2,500 units of their sophomore album, Masters Of The Dark Art. I haven’t had a chance to hear Aer’s album, but LCN’s latest release is definitely a solid effort if you’re into that sort of thing.
Rick Ross “God Forgives, I Don’t” – 219,139 (41% digital) [read review]
Aer “The Bright Side” – 5,179 (100% digital)
La Coka Nostra “Masters Of The Dark Arts” – 2,455 (60% digital)