Ludacris, Outkast Hold "The King" From #1 Spot

Ludacris and Outkast

kept "The King," Elvis Presley, from reaching the number one spot on

Billboard's Top 200 chart.

Luda's Chicken-N-Beer

moved 430,000 copies last week, while Outkast moved almost 190,000 copies of

their double album, Speakerboxxx/The Love Below.

Elvis' collection,

ironically titled Elvis, 2nd to None, moved about 180,000 copies landing

The King in third place.

Ludacris' Chicken-N-Beer

is the biggest debut for the Atlanta rapper. The last album he released, 2001's

Word of Mouf, moved 282,000 copies the first week.