The Gameís third solo album, L.A.X., debuts at the number 2 spot of the Billboard Charts this week.
The album, which features appearances from Lil' Wayne, Raekwon, Ludacris, Common, Keyshia Cole, Travis Barker, Nas, Ice Cube and Ne-Yo, scans 239,000 copies in its opening week.
Lil' Wayne seats at No.5. Tha Carter III put up 54,000 units this week. After 13 weeks on the chart, the album has sold 2,816,000 copies.
Rihannaís Good Girl Gone Bad pushed 37,389 units this week.
Ice Cube slips two spots to No. 13. Raw Footage sold 30,300 discs in its second go-around. So far, the album has sold a total of 100,090 copies.
At No. 36 is Nas with 12,270 sold this week, his total sales to 362,500.
The No. 41 spot is Florida rapper Plies, Definition Of Real, moved 10,600 CDs this week. The albumís total stands at 480,200.
Seated at No. 44 is David Banner. The Greatest Story Ever Told moves 9,140 units this week. After twelve weeks, the discís tally stands at 132,900.
Wrapping up the Top 50 is Three 6 Mafia. Last 2 Walk rang out 8,200 copies this week, bringing the albumís total sales to 224,300.
A notable debut under the Top 50 this week is V.I.C with his debut album titled Beast. The set, which features appearances from Soulja Boy and Bun B, debuts at No. 73 selling 7,080 copies.