As predicted, Chris Brown achieves his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart as “F.A.M.E.” bows atop the tally with 270,000 sold according to Nielsen SoundScan.
“F.A.M.E.” is his fourth top 10 album, following his self-titled debut (No. 2, 2005), “Exclusive” (No. 4, 2007) and “Graffiti” (No. 7, 2009). “F.A.M.E.’s” start also marks the singer’s second-best sales week — only “Exclusive’s” 294,000 bow was bigger.
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Chris Brown will bow at #1 next week .
F.A.M.E., leading the way, boasting a total of in the 250-275k range. That would make it the second-largest of the year after Adele’s 351k.
Yesterday was quite the day for Breezy — it’s still not clear as to what actually went down in his dressing room where he allegedly threw a chair into a window.
However according to Hollywood Reporter Good Morning America host Robin Roberts—who conducted Monday’s interview with Breezy—extended an invitation to the R&B singer this morning. “I wish him the absolute best,” Roberts said. “We extended the invitation to him [to come back], and sure hope he takes us up on it because I’d sure love to have another chat with him.”
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