For the fifth week in a row, T.I. still holds the No. 1 spot on Billboard's 'Top Rap Albums Chart'.

Paper Trail shelved off 93,400 discs this week, pushing the album's total sales to 971,000 copies.

Lil Wayne stays put at the No. 2 spot. Tha Carter III shifts 25,300 units this week. So far, the album has a total of 2,601,600 copies.

Posted at No. 3 is Young Jeezy. The Recession bags up 20,900 units this week. After 9 weeks on the chart, the album has sold 561,500 copies.

The Game holds it down at No. 4. L.A.X. scans 16,400 discs this week, bringing the album's total sales to 531,800 copies.

M.I.A. refuses to budge from the No. 5 spot. Kala reels in 6,600 units this week. To date, the album has sold 368,800 copies.

Nelly holds fort at No. 6. 5,500 folks picked up Brass Knuckles this week, bringing the album's total sales to 152,300.

Entering the charts at No. 7 is Puerto Rican rap duo Calle 13 with their latest project Los De Atras Vienen Conmingo. The set sold 5,500 copies in its opening week.

West Coast rapper Lil Rob TRONG> debuts on the charts at No, 8 with his latest effort titled 1218 Part II. The album pushed 4,900 copies in its first go-around.

Also making a debut on the charts this week is Hector El Father with Juicio Final. The set moves 4,600 copies in its first week on the charts.

Wrapping up the Top 10 is DJ Khaled. We Global cashed out 4,200 copies this week, bringing the album's total sales to 97,500.