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Master P's 'Don' in the Top Spot

June 13, 1998

Master P's "MP Da Last Don" rolled over the competition in moving to the top of the national album sales chart, outselling the No. 2 album by almost 3 to 1 during the week ending last Sunday. But the new album by the New Orleans rapper wasn't the No. 1 seller in Southern California. That distinction belongs to the Smashing Pumpkins' "Adore."

TOP 10 ALBUMS

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Title, Artist (SoCal Rank) Last Week 1 MP Da Last Don, Master P (2) -- 2 Adore, Smashing Pumpkins (1) -- 3 City of Angels, soundtrack (3) 1 4 Godzilla, soundtrack (5) 2 5 Hope Floats, soundtrack (4) 14 6 It's Dark & Hell Is Hot, DMX (20) 3 7 Backstreet Boys, Backstreet Boys 5 8 If You See Him, Reba McEntire (13) -- 9 The Limited Series, Garth Brooks 4 10 Shut 'Em Down, Onyx --

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TOP 10 SINGLES

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Title, Artist (SoCal Rank) Last Week 1 The Boy Is Mine, Brandy & Monica (1) 1 2 Too Close, Next (2) 2 3 You're Still the One, Shania Twain (3) 4 4 I Get Lonely, Janet Jackson (4) 3 5 My All, Mariah Carey (5) 5 6 Everybody, Backstreet Boys (7) 6 7 They Don't Know, Jon B. (6) 8 8 The Arms of the One Who Loves You, Xscape (9) 7 9 My Way, Usher (10) -- 10 Body Bumpin' Yippie-Yi-Yo, Public Announcement (14) 10

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Source: SoundScan Inc., for week ended June 7

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