Rapper T.I. has scored the biggest US album chart debut of 2006 after topping the Billboard 100 with over 500,000 first week sales of his new release, KING. The Georgia rap star's new album sold more than twice as many as country superstar Tim Mcgraw's hits compilation, which entered the new chart at number two with 242,000 first-week sales. Other major debuts included WU-TANG CLAN star Ghostface Killah's FISHSCALE, which entered the chart at number four and heavy rocker Rob Zombie, who took fifth place with his comeback album EDUCATED HORSES.