Rapper T-Pain is celebrating after his second album EPIPHANY beat new releases from Rihanna and Sir Paul McCartney to jump straight in at the top of America's Billboard 200 albums chart.
Epiphany sold 171,000 copies to make it to number one, beating Rihanna's Good Girl Gone Bad, another new entry in second place.
Sir Paul MCCartney's Memory Almost Full, the former Beatle's first album on Starbucks' Hear Music label, debuts at three.
R. Kelly's Double Up, last week's number one, falls three places to four, while Maroon 5's It Won't Be Soon Before Long drops from two to five.
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