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So, the numbers for last week’s album sales came in yesterday, and as Block readers already know, we’re playing the Over and Under game over here. I set the Over/Under at 200,000 and according to the numbers I saw at HipHopDX and Billboard, Rick Rawse’s new album sold about 158,000 in it’s first week. The album debuted at #1 which is Rawse’s third #1 album, which is an accomplishment in itself, but the way I look at it, his last album Trilla sold about 198,000 during its first week last year, so looking at this year’s numbers that means about 40,000 people decided they don’t fux with this clown nucca no more, or that they just don’t got it. Well, maybe they had it but decided to spend it on a bucket of chicken at Popeye’s instead (you know it’s hard to compete with chicken on special).

Ok, so if we look back at the predictions everyone made last week, which can be viewed here, ya’ll see that I was pretty much closer than everyone else when I made a prediction that Deeper Than Rap would sell about 150k. I based my prediction like this:

I figured since Trilla sold 198,000 that means regardless of all the coonery that Rawse has displayed over the last few months, there was no way he’d move less than 100,000 units. Then if you factor in that Def Jam would buy at least 50k. Then, you have to figure the other 50k people that brought Trilla last year (people like me), wouldn’t buy Deeper Than Rap this year, so that would leave Deeper Than Rap‘s first week numbers at 150,000. And since it ended up at 158,000, that once again proves that I know what I’m talking about, and I’m always right…I win (“we win everything!” (c) ZE Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi).

I looked back at the comment section from Over or Under, and KJ The Great predicted 150k, too (but he probably just said what I said to be on the safe side) and M.U. predicted 165k which was kinda in the ballpark too, so I’ll give them both props for those calls.

Oh, Asher Roth’s debut album Asleep In The Bread Aisle ended up selling about 62,000 last week, so that’s not really that good. I thought a lot more white folk and college students would go out and get Asher’s album, but I did hear his album was going to be undershipped, and I do believe that, so that might have played a factor in those numbers. It happens. I was in Target last week, and I was going to buy Chester French’s album but I couldn’t find it, and I didn’t feel like going to Best Buy, so needless to say, I never got their album and they ended up doing less than Bow Wow numbers (meaning it didn’t sell so well).

Back to Deeper Than Rap. People can swing the sales numbers however they want to but 158,000, considering how much hype and promotion that was put into this album isn’t really that good. Especially considering Jadakiss sold 134,000 when he dropped his new album the other week, and Def Jam didn’t even put half as much promo into Kiss’ album as they did Rawse’s. I bet if I asked someone over at Def Jam, they can’t be too happy right now. I told ya’ll.


Well, ladies and gentlemen, today is the day we’ve all been waiting for…Deeper Than Rap is finally in stores, and I for one, am excited. I’m not really excited about the actually album itself, because I’m not going to buy it, but I’m really interested to see what kind of number Officer Ricky will do in his first week, because that will kinda tell the tale if people actually care about the antics that have been surrounding Rawse over the past few weeks.

So, I’ve been asking around to get a feel for what people think Deeper Than Rap will sale it’s first week, and I call this game “Over or Under.” I’m setting the over and under mark at 200,000 because Rawse’s last album Trilla sold about 198,000 it’s first week, so that seems to be about the bench mark for Deeper Than Rap. But let’s see what it does, and if you all will, you can add your predictions to the comment section and we’ll see who came the closest to the actually numbers next week.

Deeper Than Rap (Over or Under 200k)

R.E. - 150k (Under)

Ms. Rivercity - 50k  (Under)

Maurice Garland - 200k (Push)

Charlamagne Tha God - 200k (Push)

DJ B-Lord - 200k – 250k (Over)

DJ Black Bill Gates 60k – 70k (Under)

DJ Teknikz – 100k (Under)

So, that gives you an idea of what some people around the industry are predicting for Deeper Than Rap. As you can see the predictions are kinda mixed. My thoughts, I think it will sell. 1) Because the album is good. 2) Def Jam is going to buy at least 50k. I mean, if Jadakiss can do 113k with no major single, Rick Rawse can at least do 150k. I do think there are about 50,000 people that supported his last album, that won’t be supporting this new one (that’s me). And that’s just becasue of the C.O. stuff, the 50 Cent beef and all the tomfoolery that this dude was been doing in the media lately. But like I said, it’ll be interesting to the see the actual numbesr.

So, what do you all think? Under or Over 200k?


It’s been awhile since I have live blogged an album review. But since Deeper Than Rap is probably the most anticipated album so far this year, I thought I’d stay up and give you guys a track by track review as I listen to the album for the first time. I don’t really fux with Rawse like that anymore, but I’m still expecting this album to be pretty damn good. So, without further ado, here it goes. My live blogging review of Rick Ross’ new album Deeper Than Rap.

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