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Ever since The Game debuted in 2005 with the monumental The Documentary, he’s been one of the most consistent West Coast rappers ever, amassing a strong catalogue over the past couple decades.

From his 2005 debut to 2019’s Born 2 Rap, we look at the rankings for The Game’s first week album sales.

Born 2 Rap

Released: November 29, 2019

Label: Prolific, eOne

First week album sales: 22,979

Billboard 200 position: 19

Singles: “West Side”, “Stainless”

1992

Released: October 14, 2016

Label: Blood Money, eOne

First week album sales: 32,000

Billboard 200 position: 4

Singles: “All Eyez”

The Documentary 2.5

Released: October 16, 2015

Label: Blood Money, eOne

First week album sales: 48,000

Billboard 200 position: 6

Singles: “El Chapo”

Jesus Piece

Released: December 11, 2012

Label: DGC, Interscope

First week album sales: 86,000

Billboard 200 position: 6

Singles: “Celebration”, “All That (Lady)”

The Documentary 2

Released: October 9, 2015

Label: Blood Money, eOne

First week album sales: 95,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “100”

The R.E.D. Album

Released: August 23, 2011

Label: DGC, Interscope

First week album sales: 100,000

Billboard 200 position: 1

Singles: “Red Nation”, “Pot of Gold”

LAX

Released: August 26, 2008

Label: Geffen

First week album sales: 238,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “Game’s Pain”, “Dope Boys”, “My Life”, “Camera Phone”

Doctor’s Advocate

Released: November 14, 2006

Label: Geffen

First week album sales: 360,000

Billboard 200 position: 1

Singles: “It’s Okay (One Blood)”, “Let’s Ride”, “Wouldn’t Get Far”

The Documentary

Released: January 18, 2005

Label: G-Unit, Aftermath, Interscope

First week album sales: 586,000

Billboard 200 position: 1

Singles: “Westside Story”, “How We Do”, “Hate It or Love It”, “Higher”, “Dreams”, “Put You on the Game”

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