Here Are The First Week Numbers For Eminem, G-Eazy and Jeezy


Eminem's Revival did 265,000 sales plus streaming in its first week, with 197K of that in traditional sales.

While that's good enough for first on the album charts, Em's ninth album falls below the 283K 1999's The Slim Shady LP did in its first week, making it his worst major label first week ever.

The 45-year old's last album, 2013's The Marshall Mathers LP 2, did 792K first week.

G-Eazy's double album The Beautiful and the Damned finished second on this week's chart with 121K SPS, 70K traditional.

Jeezy's Pressure was sixth with 70K and 51K.

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