You've heard the singles, copped the album and read our review. Now all that's left for Jeezy's Seen It All: The Autobiography (besides award nominations) is the first week sales number, and it doesn't disappoint. In keeping with the mostly-positive reviews of the album, it's debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, just behind Maroon 5's new album.

Originally predicted to move around 90-100,000 units, Seen It All exceed that, selling 117k in the first week. Maroon 5, in comparison, sold 150k copies.

Be sure to check back on Sunday to read more analysis of the album's first week sales in our weekly "Charts Don't Lie" feature.