Numbers are on the board for some of music’s top stars good and bad…find out who made out and who didn’t after the jump.

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Bieber sells the most in all of the land with 620K units sold (sales-plus-streaming) of his Purpose album and Logic grabs the spot for number one rap album in the country with his sophomore album pushing out 128K.

The British boy band, and presumably Bieber’s toughest competitor as far as sales go, One Direction came in second place with 470K STS units moved.

Logic is the big winner for hip-hop, claiming the number one spot for his album The Incredible True Story, beating projections of 95K with an impressive 128K sold, and beating his own debut album’s first week sales of 75K. Congrats!

Jeezy’s Church In These Streets also beat out projections of 65K by selling 91K STS units., but still a bit of a dip in sales for the hip-hop heavyweight.

Unfortunately for Ty$, his debut-album Free TC did not sell as much as we had hoped and expected for, bowing at 22K STS units sold.


Justin Bieber’s Purpose – 504K raw album sales/620K sales-plus-streaming

Logic’s The Incredible True Story – 110K/128K

Jeezy’s Church in These Streets – 83K/92K

Ty Dolla $ign’s Free TC – 16K/22K

The week marks sales from Nov. 13- Nov. 20 2015, according to Hits Daily Double.