After first week hip hop album sales were in, Young Jeezy landed his first week at the No. 2 slot for his seventh studio album release “Seen It All: The Autobiography.”
Jeezy’s “Seen It All: The Autobiography” album claimed the No. 2 spot with over 120,000 copies sold within its first week.
The hip hop artist landed on the Billboard 200 at No. 2 with 121,000 copies sold following behind Pop/Rock band Maroon 5’s album entitled “V” aka “5,” which is No. 1 on the music charts.
“Seen It All: The Autobiography” was released on September 2 on CTE World and Def Jam Recordings and features guest appearances by Jay-Z, Rick Ross, The Game, Lil Boosie, Future and Akon with production by Drumma Boy, Childish Major, Black Metaphor, Mike Will Made It and others.
Young Jeezy’s album exceeded its predicted first week sales of 90,000 to 100,000 units but fell short of his last studio album “TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition,” which was released back in December 2011 and sold 233,000 copies in its first week.