Despite the winter weather, Young Jeezy received a warm welcome after the release of his fourth album Thug Motivation: 103 Hustlerz Ambition returned him to the top five of the Billboard 200 for the fourth consecutive time. TM: 103 debuts at number three on the charts, moving 233,000 units in its first week of sale.
His first album since 2008's The Recession, TM: 103 features guest appearances from Jay-Z, Andre 3000, T.I., Jill Scott, Lil Wayne and others. The deluxe edition of the album includes a feature-length documentary narrated by Samuel L. Jackson.
Also making his debut on the charts this week is Common, who bows at number 18 with his new opus The Dreamer, The Believer. The conscious MC's 9th album, Believer was produced entirely by long-time trackmaster No I.D. and features an original poem from Maya Angelou.
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