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The Weekend: Deluxe Edition - Smashproof - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: Smashproof

Forming like a Hip Hop Voltron, Smashproof comprise of the smooth Tyree, the street-smart Sid Diamond and the suave Deach. They have arisen from the rugged streets of South Auckland to conquer the Hip-Hop world.

Flanking listeners with critically acclaimed solo albums from Tyree (Now Or Never) and Sid Diamond (The Truth), as well as collaborative contributions to Juse's Global Casino (on the hit single Ride Till I Die) as well as Move The Crowd's Speed Of Sound mix CD series, and their initial Tales From The Southside mix CD hosted by Akon, and comprised of remixes Tyree completed for NYC based labels SRC and Ruff Ryders, Smashproof have created a catalogue of tracks to cater to all within the Hip-Hop spectrum, initiating a cult following from the streets to the penthouses.
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The Weekend: Deluxe Edition debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 28 September 2009. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for six weeks with a highest position of #22. There are three albums by Smashproof in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for The Weekend: Deluxe Edition:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
28 Sep 2009 Top 40 Albums 27
05 Oct 2009 Top 40 Albums 25
12 Oct 2009 Top 40 Albums 22
19 Oct 2009 Top 40 Albums 28
26 Oct 2009 Top 40 Albums 29
02 Nov 2009 Top 40 Albums 34

Chart placings by Smashproof:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Forever Top 40 Albums 10 Feb 2014 1 30
It's Friday Top 40 Singles 27 Apr 2009 10 18
Ordinary Life Top 40 Singles 03 Aug 2009 15 7
The Weekend Top 40 Albums 30 Mar 2009 15 3
The Weekend: Deluxe Edition Top 40 Albums 28 Sep 2009 6 22

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