Lupe Fiasco Debuts at No. 1 on Hot 200, Kicking Adele Out


Lupe Fiasco Debuts at No. 1 on Hot 200, Kicking Adele Out


Lupe scores his first chart topper with 'Lasers', ruling this week's U.S. albums chart which is flooded with new entries.

After not releasing a new album for more than three years, Lupe Fiasco has now made a comeback with a grand entry on Billboard Hot 200. The rapper debuts at the first position on the U.S. albums chart, dethroning last week's champ Adele.

Lupe rules the chart with his third studio album "Lasers" which has sold 204,000 copies in its opening week. It becomes his highest-charting album and best sales week so far. His previous efforts "Food and Liquor" and "The Cool" peaked at No. 8 and No. 15 in 2006 and 2007 respectively.

Adele is forced to leave the No. 1 place and sit at the runner-up spot as her sophomore set "21" adds another 133,000. The U.K. Grammy-winning singer previously reigned the chart for two weeks in a row with 352,000 copies in its first week and 168,000 copies in its second week.

Sitting behind Adele is the second highest new entry of this week, "Glee: The Music, Volume 5". The compilation CD bows at the third spot with 90,000. Avril Lavigne follows with her "Goodbye Lullaby" which rakes in 87,000 copies. R.E.M.'s "Collapse Into Now" lands at No. 5 with 57,000, and Sara Evans' "Stronger" arrives at No. 6 with 55,000.

Like Adele, the other holdovers who survive the ax also suffer from fall. Mumford & Sons' "Sigh No More slips from No. 3 to No. 7, Marsha Ambrosius' "Late Nights, Early Mornings" jumps down to No. 8, Justin Bieber's "Never Say Never - The Remixes" drops to No. 9, and "Now 37: That's What I Call Music" compilation rounds up the top 10.

  1. "Lasers" - Lupe Fiasco (204,000)
  2. "21" - Adele (133,000)
  3. "Glee: The Music, Volume 5" - various artists (90,000)
  4. "Goodbye Lullaby" - Avril Lavigne (87,000)
  5. "Collapse Into Now" - R.E.M. (57,000)
  6. "Stronger" - Sara Evans (55,000)
  7. "Sigh No More" - Mumford & Sons (46,000)
  8. Late Nights, Early Mornings" - Marsha Ambrosius (41,000)
  9. "Never Say Never - The Remixes" - Justin Bieber (40,000)
  10. "Now 37: That's What I Call Music" - various artists (33,000)


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