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Fabolous has just been spending the past two decades of his career quietly killing the rap game with his famed punchlines and enduring lyrical skills.

From his 2001 debut, Ghetto Fabolous, to 2019’s Summertime Shootout 3: Coldest Summer Ever, we take a look at Fabolous’ rankings for all his first week album sales.

Friday on Elm Street (with Jadakiss)

Released: November 24, 2017

Label: Street Family, Roc Nation, D-Block, Def Jam

First week album sales: 35,000

Billboard 200 position: 10

Singles: “Stand Up”

Summertime Shootout 3: Coldest Summer Ever

Released: November 29, 2019

Label: Def Jam, Street Family, Roc Nation

First week album sales: 44,000

Billboard 200 position: 7

Singles: “Ooh Yea”, “Choosy”, “B.O.M.B.S.”

The Young OG Project

Released: December 25, 2014

Label: Desert Storm, Def Jam

First week album sales: 71,000

Billboard 200 position: 12

Singles: “Lituation”

Loso’s Way

Released: July 28, 2009

Label: Def Jam, The Family

First week album sales: 99,000

Billboard 200 position: 1

Singles: “Throw It in the Bag”, “My Time”, “Everything, Everyday, Everywhere”, “Money Goes, Honey Stay (When the Money Goes Remix)”

Ghetto Fabolous

Released: September 11, 2001

Label: Desert Storm, Elektra

First week album sales: 143,000

Billboard 200 position: 4

Singles: “Can’t Deny It”, “Young’n”

From Nothin’ to Somethin’

Released: June 12, 2007

Label: Desert Storm, Def Jam

First week album sales: 159,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “Diamonds”, “Return of the Hustle”, “Make Me Better”, “Baby Don’t Go”

Real Talk

Released: November 9, 2004

Label: Desert Storm, Atlantic

First week album sales: 179,000

Billboard 200 position: 6

Singles: “Breathe”, “Baby”

Street Dreams

Released: March 4, 2003

Label: Desert Storm, Elektra

First week album sales: 185,000

Billboard 200 position: 3

Singles: “This Is My Party”, “Can’t Let You Go”, “Into You”

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