Gucci Mane top seller at Independent Records

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Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane grabbed the top spot at Independent Records with his latest effort, The State vs. Radric Davis, released last week on Asylum. Snoop Dogg claimed the second slot with Malice in Wonderland, released last week on Priority, while Lady Gaga's Fame Monster nabbed third place, and Clipse's Til the Casket Drops and Chris Brown's Graffiti rounded out the top five for the week ending December 13. See the full breakdown after the jump. 

Independent Records

Top Sellers 12.13.2009

1.   Gucci Mane - The State Vs. Radric Davis
2.   Snoop Dogg - Malice in Wonderland
3.   Lady Gaga - Fame Monster
4.   Clipse - Til the Casket Drops
5.   Chris Brown - Graffiti
6.   50 Cent - Before I Self Destruct
7.   Tech N9NE - K.O.D.
8.   R. Kelly - Untitled
9.   Rihanna - Rated R
10. Jay-Z - Blueprint 3

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