Lil Wayne lands at number five on the Billboard 200 after moving just over 85,000 copies of Tha Carter III, moving him withing striking distance of the two million mark overall.

The Cash Money star's has now sold 1,997, 218 copies of his latest album.

Nas, who last week came in at number one on the charts, is holding onto the number eight slot with his untitled project. The New York lyricist pushed 63,000 copies of hist latest.

Plies continues to do well on the charts, his sophomore LP, Definition of Real, is almost Gold certified, at 417,983 copies sold.

G-Unit's project, T.O.S., at number 34 on the charts; after four weeks on the charts with 173,250 copies sold. Last week, 50 Cent and company moved almost 14, 000 copies of the group's sophomore album.

DipSet member Hell Rell also debuted on the charts at number 131 with over 5,000 copies sold of his album Black Mask, Black Gloves---LaTisha Robbins