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Ever since breaking into the rap game as part of Rostrum Records, Wiz Khalifa has been consistently prolific and a regular presence on the charts.

From his multiplatinum seller, Rolling Papers, to his first number one album, Blacc Hollywood, to his collaboration project with Snoop Dogg, we take a look at the rankings for Wiz Khalifa’s first week album sales.

Deal or No Deal

Released: November 24, 2009

Label: Rostrum, iHipHop Distribution, Fontana

First week album sales: 5,900

Billboard 200 position: N/A

Singles: “This Plane”

TGOD Mafia: Rude Awakening (with Juicy J and TM88)

Released:

Label:

First week album sales: 15,000

Billboard 200 position:

Singles:

2009 (with Currensy)

Released: February 8, 2019

Label: Jet Life, Atlantic

First week album sales: 16,000

Billboard 200 position: 35

Singles: N/A

Mac & Devin Go to High School (with Snoop Dogg)

Released: December 13, 2011

Label: Rostrum, Atlantic, Doggystyle

First week album sales: 38,000

Billboard 200 position: 29

Singles: “Young, Wild & Free”

Rolling Papers 2

Released: July 13, 2018

Label: Rostrum, Atlantic

First week album sales: 80,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “Something New”, “Real Rich”, “Hopeless Romantic”, “Gin & Drugs”, “Fr Fr”

Blacc Hollywood

Released: August 19, 2014

Label: Rostrum, Atlantic

First week album sales: 90,000

Billboard 200 position: 1

Singles: “We Dem Boyz”, “You and Your Friends”

O.N.I.F.C.

Released: December 4, 2012

Label: Rostrum, Atlantic

First week album sales: 148,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “Work Hard, Play Hard”, “Remember You”

Rolling Papers

Released: March 29, 2011

Label: Rostrum, Atlantic

First week album sales: 197,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “Black and Yellow”, “Roll Up”, “On My Level”, “The Race”, “No Sleep”

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