B.o.B's 'Adventures of Bobby Ray' Debuts Atop Albums Chart
B.o.B's debut album "B.o.B Presents The Adventures of Bobby Ray" lands at the first position on the U.S. albums chart. His manager TJ Chapman was quick to announce the achievement, tweeting "B.o.B.'s 'Adventures of Bobby Ray' album debuts #1 in the US this wk w/ 83,747 copies sold!"
Fellow MC T.I., who is his labelmate at Grand Hustle, also congratulated him for scoring his first chart topper. "congrats to @bobatl for having the #1 album in the country! shout out to all the fans who made it possible!!" T.I. wrote on his own page.
According to HITS Daily Double, Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" holds last week's position at No. 2 with 76,000 units. Bullet For My Valentine's "Fever" becomes the chart's second highest debut by bowing at No. 3 with 72,000 copies. Sitting at the next spot is Justin Bieber's "My World 2.0" which forces "Iron Man 2" soundtrack by AC/DC to fall to the fifth slot.
Another new entry of this week, Melissa Etheridge's "Fearless Love", secures the sixth place and Usher's "Raymond vs. Raymond" drops two slots to No. 7. Miranda Cosgrove arrives on the chart at No. 8 with her debut album "Sparks Fly" and the latest edition of "Now" hits compilation sits at the ninth position.
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