Rap Chart Movement: Gorilla Zoe Takes The Crown, Capone-N-Noreaga Trail Behind

Gorilla Zoe's sophomore album, Don't Feed Da Animals, debuts at the top spot of Billboard's 'Top Rap Albums Chart' this week. The album, which features appearances from Rick Ross and Gucci Mane, scans 31,300 copies in its opening week.

Michigan rap duo Twiztid debut at No. 2 with their eighth album W.I.C.K.E.D. The set reels in 22,900 units in its first week.

T.I. slips to No. 3. Paper Trail bagged up 20,700 units this week. So far, the album has sold 1,816,700 copies.

Posted at No. 4 is Lil Wayne. Tha Carter III continues to keep registers ringing as it cashes out 11,500 discs this week. The album's tally stands at 3,082,200.

Holding fort at No. 5 is Soulja Boy. 7,600 folks picked up ISouljaBoyTellEm this week, pushing the album's total sales to 175,100.

Seated at No. 6 is The Lonely Island. Incredibad hustled 7,300 CDs this week.  The album's tally stands at 110,900.

Plies slips two spots to No. 7. Da Realist has moved 313,300 discs thus far, with 6,300 representing the week-in total.

Ludacris holds it down at No. 8. Theater Of The Mind shelved off 5,900 discs this week, pushing its total to 596,500.

Right behind Lu da at No. 9 is Young Jeezy. The Recession rang out 5,500 copies this week, bringing the album's total sales to 811,000.

Wrapping up the Top 10 is CNN (Capone-N-Noreaga) with their latest effort Channel 10.

The set, which features appearances from Ron Browz and Busta Rhymes, scoops up 4,000 copies in its opening week.