Contrary to earlier reports, Lil Wayne didn’t do “A Milli”. Billboard got the official numbers directly from Nielsen Soundscan which have Weezy’s 4th installment of Tha Carter at 964,000 units. That’s a bout 30 some odd thousand shy of the mark Birdman hope to reach but will be attained by the second week. Still, an…Details
Watch The Tunechi. After much speculation and industry forecasts of The Young Money founders first week sales, the numbers are in. According to HitsDailyDouble, Lil Wayne has moved a million units for the second in his career, with the 4th installment of his “Tha Carter” album, making it not only the biggest charting debut of…Details
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