Hip Hop Charts - Dec. 1 '05

In this week's Hip-Hop charts, Juelz Santana is the missing link, Chamillionaire gets his shine on and Big Boi gets on it. Moving up a slot to No. 5 is the soundtrack to "Get Rich Or Die Tryin'." 50 Cent continues to stay atop of the Hip-Hop charts another week. Soundscan records show that Fiddy buoyed an additional 201, 532 LPs out this week. His total stands at 685,749 albums. Next up in the 9-spot is Juelz Santana. Juelz's latest serving of What the Game's Been Missing had a good opening week. His first single off of his sophomore project "The Whistle Song" grinded its way up the ladder creating enough buzz to land Juelz's album in the top 10 radar. Juelz is continuing to carry the torch for The Diplomats. Santana pushed 141,070 copies in his first week. Respectively following at No. 10 is Chamillionaire. The Texas rapper is making his mark for H-Town with his debut major release, The Sound of Revenge. Cham's single "Turn It Up" featuring Lil' Flip is showing players around the world how to get their shine on. The Sound of Revenge moved 131,585 units this week. In the 12th place is the Black Eyed Peas. The Peas keep their phunk going another week on the Hip-Hop Charts. Monkey Business has moved out of the top 10 radar this week, however, the Peas are keeping the party going with "My Lumps" holding down MTV. The BEP's recently entertained during the halftime show at The Grey Cup in Vancouver on Sunday (Nov. 27). They have also been invited to join the lineup for The World Cup's opening gala next year. According to Nielsen's Soundscan, Monkey Business sold an additional 114,782 LPs this week, rounding off their digits to 2,323,576 copies. Claiming the 21st slot is Kanye West's Late Registration. Ye's sophomore release continues to show and prove how major it is. West recently rocked the 1's and 2's at a birthday celebration for America's Next Top Model Eva Pigford as she turned 21 years old. Kanye is showing just how versatile he is-- producer, rapper, and now DJ as well. West served up an additional 74,949 CDs. To date he has sold 2,074,733 units. Lastly, Nelly shows his grillz, Young Jeezy gets it and Big Boi unveils his kryptonite. Grabbing the 26th spot is the re-release of Nelly's Sweatsuit. The STL derrty is back with a second offering of his multi-platinum LP. His new single off of this edition is "Grillz" with Jermaine Dupri, Paul Wall, Big Gip and Ali (St. Lunatics). In its first week Nelly moved 64,626 albums. Right behind at No. 27 is Young Jeezy. Despite a 4% dip, Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 pushed 39,876 additional records this week. So far Def Jam's snowman has sold 1,105,840 copies to date. Holding down the last spot at No. 47 on the Hip-Hop charts is Big Boi with Big Boi Presents: Got Purp? Volume II. The OutKast Alum shows fans that his Purple Ribbon fam have addictive tunes to make the hoods get on it. The first single from the Purple Ribbon All-Stars is "Kryptonite (I'm On It)". The album features appearances by Killer Mike, Bubba Sparxxx, Sleepy Brown and more. Big Boi Presents: Got Purp? Volume II sold 36,697 units after one week on the shelves. Next week, check for 50's "Get Rich Or Die Tryin'" to hold down the top 10 on the Hip-Hop charts. Reported by www.SOHH.com