Rap Quiz: Bet You Can't Pick The Better Selling Album

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We took a break last week to let your brains rest (and because we were busy partying getting handed struggle rap CDs at A3C), but we are back with another exciting, brain-bustin' rap quiz!

According to the famous statistician and numerologist, Jay Z, "women lie, men lie, and numbers don't." While album sales don't necessarily prove everything, they can't be completely ignored. After all the whole point of making an album is to, you know, sell said album. It is in the spirit of the numbers that we present to you the next installment of our Rap Quiz feature. Bet you can't pick which album sold more...

The premise is simple: we give you two albums from the same artist (this time). Your job is to pick which LP has sold more copies. Once you think you know the answer, click the link and you will be taken to a stream of the album. Good luck and, as usual, if you cheat on an online rap quiz you suck.

Kanye West: College Dropout vs. Late Registration
And with 3.4 million copies sold the winner is...

Jay Z: The Blueprint vs. The Blueprint 2
And with 2.7 million copies sold the winner is...

Eminem:  The Marshall Mathers LP vs. The Eminem Show
An with 11 million copies sold the winner is...

Mac Miller: Blue Slide Park vs. Watching Movies with the Sound Off
And with 344 thousand copies sold the winner is...

The Roots: Phrenology vs. How I Got Over
And with (over) 500 thousand copies sold the winner is...

Drake: Take Care vs. Nothing Was the Same
With 2.6 million copies sold worldwide the winner is...

Lil Wayne: Tha Carter II vs. Tha Carter III
With 3.6 million copies sold the winner is...

Beyonce: I Am... Sasha Fierce vs. Dangerously In Love
With 11 million copies sold the winner is...

Ludacris: The Red Light District vs. Release Therapy
With 2 million copies sold the winner is...

Nas: Stillmatic vs. God's Son
With 2.1 million copies sold the winner is...

So, how'd you do? Are you a chart expert? Honestly, it sucks authoring these quizzes because I can't ever take them. This is one I would have loved to take, so enjoy it, cherish it, and be sure to study hard for next week.

[Lucas Garrison is a writer for DJBooth.net. His favorite album is “College Dropout,” but you can also tweet him your favorite Migos songs at @LucasDJBooth.]

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