July 14, 2005 02:38:10 GMT
R. Kelly's new album entitled "TP.3 Reloaded," topped U.S. pop albums chart Wednesday with 490,500 copies in the week ended July 10
R. Kelly is no longer "Trapped in the Closet," as his new album entitled "TP.3 Reloaded," from which the single taken from, topped U.S. pop albums chart Wednesday with 490,500 copies sold in the week ended July 10, an amount that is higher than its last week which only 491,000 copies. At No. 2 on the chart was Missy Elliott's "The Cookbook," with 176,000 copies, followed by former chart-topper Coldplay, whose "X&Y" spent a second straight week at #3 with nearly 127,000 scans.
Remained at No. 4 with 116,000 copies was Mariah Carey's "The Emancipation of Mimi." Meanwhile, Ying Yang Twins' "U.S.A.: United States of Atlanta" fell three places to No. 5 with 101,000 units, whereas last week's champ George Strait's "Somewhere Down in Texas" slipped to No. 6 with 91,000 copies. "Monkey Business" of the Black Eyed Peas slipped one to No. 7 with 75,000 copies, after which there was Louisiana rapper Webbie whose "Savage Life" sold for an estimated of 68,000 copies. Fell two to No. 9 with 66,000 copies was Foo Fighters' "In Your Honor," while rounding out the top 10 was Gwen Stefani's "Love, Angel, Music, Baby" with 62,000 copies.