Well, the second week sales for Slaughterhouse’s debut project are now available for public viewing. The album, which debuted on Nielsen’s SoundScan charts with 18,000 copies sold, has gone on to move an additional 6,500 units this week. That brings the total number of sales up to an estimated 25,500 sales. Unfortunately, this marks a fall of nearly 50 spots since last week. However, it is crucial to recognize the fact that this album is still largely unavailable in many markets. Because hard pressed copies are becoming a rarity, Slaughterhouse and their label E1 encourage fans to purchase the project through digital retailers such as iTunes. Interestingly enough, the website HITS Daily Double reported first week sales of 22,255. At this time it is unclear where these numbers were obtained from. However, it has been reported that these figures were simply estimates and projections. Fans should definitely not be disappointed by these sales are they are great numbers considering the scale of the project. Please continue to spread word regarding the super-group and purchase the album if you have not done so yet. In the mean time, keep it locked to The B.O.S.S. Board for additional news updates regarding Slaughterhouse.
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