shock-value.jpgTimbaland is this week’s highest selling hip-hop debut on the Billboard charts with his new solo project, Shock Value. The Virginia producer moved 138,000 copies of the disc and will land at No. 5 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart. Following closely behind Timbo is Houston’s Paul Wall at No. 8 with 92,300 copies sold of his latest, Get Money Stay True. Elsewhere on the charts, we see last week’s big winner, Young Buck, slide several spots to No. 17 after adding an additional 55,300 units to Buck The World’s total. New York native MIMS, who last week trailed Buck by only one spot, falls to No. 21 with just under 46,000 more copies sold of Music Is My Savior.