For the second week in a row, T.I. remains at the top of Billboard's 'Top Rap Albums Chart'.
Paper Trail scanned 176,700 discs this week, pushing its total to 746,000 copies.
Lil Wayne holds fort No. 2. Tha Carter III moved 27,200 CDs this week. So far, the album has sold a total of 2,550,500 copies.
Seated at No. 3 is Young Jeezy. The Recession earns a gold plaque this week as it passes the 500,000 mark. The album moved 18,000 units this week, pushing its total to 516,400.
The Game stays put at No. 4. L.A.X. bagged up 20,800 units in its 8th week on the chart. So far, the album has sold a total of 496,800 copies.
Posted at No. 5 is Nelly. Brass Knuckles shelved off 11,900 discs this week. So far, the set has sold 138,900 copies.
Devin The Dude enters the charts at No.6 with his latest album titled Landing Gear. The album scanned 10,800 copies in its opening week.
M.I.A. rises two spots to No. 7. Kala ringed out 8,500 copies this week, pushing the album's total to 353,300.
Right behind her is DJ Khaled at No. 8. We Global M> pushed 6,900 discs this week, bringing the album's total to 86,400.
Chilling at No. 9 is Lecrae. Rebel gets scooped up by 5,600 folks in its second week on the chart. To date, the album has sold a total of 9,500 copies.
Rap/reggaton duo Wisin Y Yandel wraps things up at No. 10. Los Extraterr bags up 5,000 copies this week. So far, the album has sold 42,100 units.