There were a few big debuts this week, starting with Fabolous’ From Nothin’ to Somethin’ coming in at #2, with 159k sold. A few spots below is the album that, for some reason, is accredited to DJ KhaledWe the Best. The album comes in a #8, with 79k in its first week.

DMX’s greatest hits album, Definition of X: Pick of the Litter debuted this week as well, landing on the #26 spot with 35k in its first week. T-Pain’s Epiphany makes the #5 spot in its second week, with 81k (253k overall). R-Kelly’s Double Up is starting to lose steam, as the album drops 7 spots to #11, with 69k on the week (578k overall). It’s much the same for Ne-Yo, whose Because of You drops 10 spots to #28, with 32k units moved this week (545k total).

Like Ne-Yo, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony drop 10 spots. The Ohio rap crew lands at #39, with Strength & Loyalty moving 20k this week (282k overall). U.S.D.A.’s Cold Summer seems to be cooling off, as Jeezy’s crew drops 16 spots to #42, selling 18k in its fourth week (190k overall).

Lil Boosie & Weebie’s Survival of the Fittest is sinking fast, as the album drops 33 spots to #110 in its 4th week, selling 7k this week (64k overall).  Down at #149 is Young Buck, with Buck the World raking in 5k this week (341k overall). Heading for a quick exit from the charts is Rich Boy, whose self-titled album dropped 61 spots this week, selling only 4k this week (322k overall).