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Trey Songz Gets Second #1 Album On Billboard 200 With Trigga
Posted by Joseph Lee on 07.09.2014



Trey Songz has earned his second #1 album on the Billboard 200 with Trigga. The album was released on July 1 and sold 105,000 copies this week. This follows 2012's Chapter V, which debuted at #1 and sold 135,000 in its first week. Trigga is his smallest opening week since 2007's Trey Day debuted at #11 with 73,000. The lead single, "Na Na", peaked at #22 on the Hot 100 and went to #7 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, his 19th top ten song. This is also the second #1 in a row for Atlantic Records after Ed Sheeran's x last week. It was released on the Songbook imprint.

Seether comes in at #4 with their fourth top ten album, Isolate and Medicate. It sold a little over 37,000. Their last album, 2011's Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray, debuted and peaked at #2 with 61,000.

Robin Thicke's Paula arrives at #9 with 24,000. It is his fifth top ten album but is down significantly from last year's Blurred Lines. That album was his first #1 and sold 177,000, a career high. Paula, meanwhile, is his lowest debut sales week since 2007 with The Evolution of Robin Thicke, which started with 20,000.

1. Trey Songz - Trigga (105,000)
2. Ed Sheeran - x (53,000)
3. Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour (45,000)
4. Seether - Isolate and Medicate (37,000)
5. Frozen soundtrack (37,000)
6. MAGIC! - Don't Kill The Magic (36,000)
7. Miranda Lambert - Platinum (25,000)
8. Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence (25,000)
9. Robin Thicke - Paula (24,000)
10. Colt Ford - Thanks For Listening (23,000)

Album sales this week totaled 4.25 million copies, down 1% compared to last week (4.29 million) and down 12% compared to last year (4.86 million). Year to date album sales stand at 125.14 million, down 15 percent compared to the same total at this point last year (146.85 million).





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