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Your Weakend Chart Preview

YOUR WEAKEND CHART PREVIEW IF YOU'VE BEEN LIVING IN A CHILEAN CAVE

 

In its first week of physical release, and third overall, Lil Wayne's I Am Not a Human Being will ascend to the top spot. The last time a record jumped from outside of the Top 15 to #1 was in January, 2008, when Radiohead's In Rainbows moved from #156 to #1. Also of note this week, a potential of five titles in the Top 10 may be Country acts. Here's how it looks headed into the weekend:

Lil Wayne (Cash Money/Universal Motown) 90-95k
*Darius Rucker (Capitol Nashville/EMI) 80-85k
*Big Time Rush (Nickelodeon/Columbia) 60-65k
Eminem (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope) 45-50k
Kenny Chesney (BNA/Sony Music Nashville) 40-45k
*The Band Perry (Universal Republic Nashville) 40-45k
Zac Brown Band (Atlantic) 30-35k
Toby Keith (Show Dog) 30-35k
Bruno Mars (New Elektra) 25-30k
*All That Remains (Prosthetic) 25-30k
Linkin Park (Warner Bros.) 25-30k
Selena Gomez & The Scene (Hollywood) 25-30k
Trey Songz (Atlantic) 25-30k
Maroon 5 (A&M/Octone) 20-23k
*Lady Antebellum Merry Little Christmas (Capitol Nashville/EMI) 18-21k
* Debuts (10/14p)

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