The "King" no longer seats on the throne. It means no longer rules the Billboard 200. The rapper sadly has to give away the top position on the album chart to country trio whose album "Me and My Gang" sold 722,000 copies, to easily debut at No. 1 on the U.S. pop charts, while T.I.'s "King" drops to No. 3 with 185,000 copies.
The second best on the chart is the pop hits collection "Now That's What I Call Music! 21" selling 334,000 copies. The soundtrack to Disney's "High School Musical" slips one from last week's position to be at No. 4 with 181,000 copies, ahead of 's "Greatest Hits Vol. 2" at No. 5 sold for 128,000 copies. Enter the Billboard 200 at No. 6 with 126,000 copies is 's fourth album, "I'm Not Dead".