RICK ROSS RULES CHARTS WITH ‘GOD FORGIVES, I DON’T’
Rick Ross is the boss of the Billboard charts once again. The Maybach Music mogul lands at No. 1 with his fifth album God Forgives, I Don’t.
The critically-acclaimed LP from Rozay enters atop the Billboard 200 with 218,000 copies sold in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It becomes his fourth album to debut at No. 1 and the biggest sales week of his career.
His last album, 2010’s Teflon Don, moved 176,000 units in its first week. All of his albums including his 2006 debut Port of Miami, 2008’s Trilla, and 2009’s Deeper Than Rap have debuted at No. 1, with the exception of Teflon.
The Bawse took to Twitter to thank his fans for their support. “My 4th no.1 Album #GodGreat everyone who supported me & mine #thanku,” he tweeted.
Elsewhere on the chart, Nas’ Life Is Good falls 2-6 (32,000) in its third week, while Joss Stone’s The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2 opens at No. 10 with 24,000.