Rick Ross’ re-vamped Maybach Music Group roster scored a Top 5 debut with their new compilation, Self-Made, Volume 1. Now backed by Warner Brothers, the trio of Wale, Pill and Meek Mill sold nearly 60,000 units, backed by their Def Jam star leader. MMG’s Teedra Moses, Stalley and veteran Gunplay of Triple C’s also appeared on the work.

Twenty five years after releasing their first album, New York Hip Hop/Punk trio the Beastie Boys crossed the 200,000 mark with their eighth studio album, Hot Sauce Committee, Pt. 2. The EMI Records release, which dropped before Part One, features artists that Adrock, MCA and Mike D have influenced, including Nas and Santigold. The work moved to #14, down eight spots from last week.

Bruno Mars’ Doo-Wops & Holligans, now a platinum release, slid three spots to #20. Mars has been an urban Pop sensation for Atlantic Records’ roster renovation and newfound success. Falling 19 spots, SNL‘s Lonely Island trio of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone watched their sophomore Comedy/Rap album Turtleneck & Chain cross the 100,000 mark. The group’s sophomore release features emcees Nicki Minaj and Snoop Dogg.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania emcee Wiz Khalifa bounced back into the Top 5 urban releases. Now at #27, the Taylor Gang founder’s major label debut Rolling Papers is headed towards gold status. The Rostrum/Atlantic Records release features Chevy Woods, Curren$y and Too Short.

* Please note: figures below approximated to nearest thousandth.

Top 200 Album Sales (Top 5 Hip Hop/R&B) 

Rank Artist Album This Week Est. Total
5 Maybach Music Group Presents… Self-Made, Volume 1 59,000 59,000
14 Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee, Pt. 2 20,000 214,000
20 Bruno Mars Doo-Wops & Hooligans 17,000 1,053,,000
26 Lonely Island Turtleneck & Chain 15,000 106,000
27 Wiz Khalifa Rolling Papers 15,000 417,000

Jadakiss’ retail mixtape, I Love You (A Dedication To My Fans) debuted in the Top 40. Releases as a free project earlier in the month, the D-Block/L.O.X. lyricist and Def Jam Records opted to release the fan-inspired project as a physical and digital retail project. The work sold over 10,000 first-week units.

Eminem could reach 4,000,000 sold by mid-summer. The Aftermath/Interscope Records superstar’s 2010 album Recovery continues to move and shake on the charts. The best-selling album of last year features production from Havoc, Just Blaze and DJ Khalil.

Lupe Fiasco is expected to cross the 400,000 mark with Lasers by next week. The Chicago, Illinois star slipped out of the Top 50 with one of 2011’s most successful releases.

Odd Future’s leader, Tyler, the Creator’s Goblin sold another 7,000 units, landing it the #63 spot. A follow-up to 2009’s self-released Bastard, Goblin features band-mates Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis and Frank Ocean.

British emcee Tinie Tempah‘s 2010 album, Disc-Overy made its US debut this month. The EMI Records project fell to #68, after the success of “Written In The Stars,” selling a total of 23,000 domestic units in two weeks. The album features production from Swedish House Mafia and No I.D.

Rank Artist Album This Week Est. Total
39 Jadakiss I Love You (A Dedication To My Fans) 11,000 11,000
47 Eminem Recovery 9,800 3,872,000
54 Lupe Fiasco Lasers 8,600 397,000
63 Tyler, The Creator Goblin 7,000 65,000
68 Tine Tempah Disc-Overy 6,300 23,000

Can Kool G. Rap’s latest album put a lyrical legend back on the charts? Stay tuned to HipHopDX.