What's Selling: Zia Record Exchange Top 10 Selling Albums of the Week

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Want to know what new release discs and platters are moving across the Valley at local record stores? We've got you covered with another installment of What's Selling.

It wasn't so long ago that Jimmy Brooks and his best friend Spinner Mason walked the halls of Degrassi High School. In the Canadian television show Aubrey Graham portrayed a budding basketball athlete turned paraplegic. Today, Drizzy has put the fictional character behind him for the much cooler sounding mononym, Drake. The Young Money Entertainment artist's sophomore release, Take Care owns the top spot at Zia Records on Indian School. Follow the jump to sample a track off of the album and see what other songs are making the rounds.

1. Drake - Take Care

2. Trey Songz - Inevitable

3. Mary J. Blige - My Life II

4. Rihanna - Talk That Talk 5. Yelawolf - Radioactive 6. Nickleback - Here and Now 7. Various Artists - The Muppets Soundtrack 8. Hollywood Undead - American Tragedy Redux 9. Childish Gambino - Camp 10. Tech N9ne - Welcome To Strangeland

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