Chris Brown is Taking No Bull-Ish With a Number One Seat On Billbard Charts


Just as many hoped and some predicted, Chris Brown achieves his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart as "F.A.M.E." catapults to the top with 270,000 albums sold according to Nielsen SoundScan.

"F.A.M.E." is Chris' fourth top 10 album, following his self-titled debut which debuted #2 in 2005, "Exclusive" which hit the charts at #4 in 2007 and "Graffiti" which made hardly any noise at #7 in 2009.

Jennifer Hudson’s sophomore release of 'I Remember Me' came out of the gates at #2 on the Billboard charts, selling 165,000 albums. And Adele’s '21', last week’ s #1 took a back seat to the new releases of Brown and J-Hud, thus dropping her to a still strong #3 with an impressive 96,000 albums sold.


Here is where the Billboards stand at current.

March 30, 2011′s Billboard 200 albums top 10:

No. 1 – Chris Brown, F.A.M.E.: 270,000

No. 2 – Jennifer Hudson, I Remember Me: 165,000


No. 3 – Adele, 21: 96,000

No. 4 – The Strokes, Angles: 89,000

No. 5 – Kirk Franklin, Hello Fear: 87,000

No. 6 – Songs For Japan compilation: 68,000

No. 7 – Panic at the Disco, Vices & Virtues: 56,000

No. 8 – Mumford & Sons, Sigh No More: 39,000

No. 9 – Bobby V, Fly On the Wall: 38,000.

No. 10 – Lupe Fiasco, Lasers: 29,000

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