T.I.’s, “Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head,” debuts number two on the charts with 179k records sold in the first week. His last album, “No Mercy,” debuted with 159k records sold in 2010. Clearly T.I.’s popularity is still up there and the reality show only helped him. Chief Keef’s debut, “Finally Rich,” failed to make the top 20 selling 50k in the first week. He missed his own video shoot for, “Hate Being Sober,” and was rumored to have had his tour cancelled. Is Chief Keef to blame for the poor sales? Should the label had played a bigger role in his promotion and life?