Usher is back on top thanks to his well selling album “Raymond V. Raymond”. After being displaced by Toni Braxton’s latest effort, “Pulse,” last week, the singer’s “Hey Daddy (Daddy’s Home)” led effort sold just enough copies to recapture no.1 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Also featuring the singles “OMG” and “Lil Freak,” “Raymond V. Raymond” sold another 45,000+ copies over the last week, earning Usher a fifth week on top. In related news, Usher has been nominated for a 2010 BET Award. He will face off with Raheem Devaughn, Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Maxwell, who will also vie for the award during the 2010 BET Award ceremony June 27, 2010. Nicki Minaj and Ludacris, collaborators on Usher’s “Raymond V. Raymond” are also nominated. For a complete list of nominees, click HERE.
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