Lil Wayne is sitting on top of the Billboard 200 for the second week in a row, again besting rock group Coldplay.

The Cash Money star moved over 124,000 copies of Tha Carter III, inching closer toward double platinum status. Currently he's at 1.8 million copies sold.

G-Unit, which made an notable debut last week at number four, is still in the top 10. The 50 Cent-powered group pushed just over 36,000 of T.O.S. Last week, the New York-based group landed on the charts after selling just 100,000 units.

Three 6 Mafia sits just outside the top 15, at number 16, after selling 24,000 copies of their latest release Last 2 Walk.

Plies pulled in at number 17, with just a shade over 24,000 copies sold. His sophomore album, Definition of Real, has sold 380,000 copies since its release.

Tech N9ne ,who debuted at number one on the indie charts with his latest, lands at number 34 on the BillBoard 200 charts, after moving over 13,000 units of his latest, Killer, which has sold 50,000 copies to date.

Killer Mike's latest project, I Pledge Allegiance To The Grind II, made its debut on the charts at number at 178 after moving 3, 500 copies. The album is the follow up to his successful mixtape of the same that earned the Atlanta artist the Mixtape Monster Award last year at the Ozone Awards.--Anthony Thomas