Tinie's Parlophone label debut, Disc-Overy, raced to first week sales of 84,993 copies - the highest tally for a number one artist album since Eminem's Recovery bowed with sales of 139,438 15 weeks ago.
It certainly makes a bigger splash than Tinie's debut, and only previous album release, Hood Economics Room 147: The 80 Minute Course, a 2007 release on the DL label described as 'an audio scrapbook' and, arguably, a mix album, which netted first week sales of just ...
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