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First Week Sales Numbers For Meek Mill & Miguel

By HHL Editors
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This was Meek Mill's week. The Philly emcee's sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money exceeded projections of 200K and will finish its first week moving 216,173 units, according to Hits Daily Double.

That will give Mill his first number one album. His 2012 release Dreams And Nightmares did 165K first week to finish at number 2.

Number 2 this week will be the debut of Miguel's album Wildheart. The third album from the R&B singer moved 39,342 in its first seven days.

Earlier this week, Miguel said he was better than R&B rival Frank Ocean in every way. Ocean's last album, 2012's ChannelĀ Orange, didĀ 131,000 first week.

Have you heard either Meek Mill's or Miguel's album yet? If so, what do you think?

 

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