Rap Chart Movement: T.I. & Lil Wayne Stay On Top, Brother Ali Cracks The Top 10

For the third week in a row, T.I. remains at the No. 1 spot on Billboard's 'Top Rap Albums Chart'. Paper Trail shelved off 23,300 discs this week, pushing the album's total sales to 1,796,000.

Lil Wayne stays put at No. 2.  Tha Carter III shifted 12,100 units this week, pushing the album's total sales to 3,070,600.

Posted at No. 3 is Lonely Island. Incredibad scanned 7,800 copies in its fifth week on the charts.  So far, the album has sold a total of 103,500 discs.

Soulja Boy rises a spot to No. 4. ISouljaBoyTellem reels in 7,700 copies this week, pushing the album's total to 167,400.

Seated at No. 5 is Florida rapper Plies. Da Realist scanned 7,200 units this week. The album's tally stands at 307,000.

Ludacris refuses to budge from the No. 6 spot. Theater Of The Mind bags up 6,700 units this week. After 17 weeks, the set has sold 590,600 copies.

Holding fort at No. 7 is Young Jeezy. 6,300 folks picked up The Recession this week, pushing the album's total to 805,500.

Debuting at No. 8 is Brother Ali with his latest album Truth Is Here. The set scanned 4,800 units in its first week.

K'naan slips one spot down to No. 9. Troubadour r akes in 3,800 this week. The album’s tally stands at 25,500.

Wrapping up The Top 10 is Project Pat. Real Recognize Real moves 3,200 units this week.  So far, the album has sold 16,500 copies.