T.I. climbs up the Billboard charts this week landing No.2. on his latest album Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head.
According to Nielsen Soundscan the King of the south was beat by One Direction and label-mate Bruno Mars by a margin of less than 1,500 units to grab the #2 spot. Tip's album before this, No Mercy, was released in 2012 and debuted at #4 upon its initial week of release. Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head moved close to 180,000 units of the album in its first week.
Meanwhile, Game’s Jesus Piece falls 6-37 with 35,000 (down 59%), while Taylor Swift rules at No. 1 for a sixth non-consecutive week, selling 276,000.
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