Brad Wete
April 06, 2011 AT 05:30 PM EDT

The numbers for Britney Spears’ new album, Femme Fatale, are in.

Her seventh set debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with 276,000 copies sold. Though it opens at the top spot, that’s a pretty underwhelming tally, considering it’s her second-lowest opening. Only her first record, 1999’s Baby One More Time, sold less, with 121,000 units.

Hip-hop talent Wiz Khalifa’s Atlantic Records debut, Rolling Papers, begins its stay on the chart at No. 2. 197,000 copies of his “Black and Yellow”-featuring set were purchased. While Adele’s 21 holds at No. 3: this g0-around she sold 94,000 albums. Check out the full top 10 after the jump.

April 6, 2011′s Billboard 200 albums top 10

No. 1 – Britney Spears, Femme Fatale: 276,000

No. 2 – Wiz Khalifa, Rolling Papers: 197,000 

No. 3 – Adele, 21: 94,000

No. 4 – Chris Brown, F.A.M.E.: 91,000

No. 5 – Songs For Japan: 71,000

No. 6 – Radiohead, The King of Limbs: 69,000

No. 7 – Jennifer Hudson, I Remember Me: 56,000

No. 8 – Snoop Dogg, Doggumentary: 50,000

No. 9 – Kirk Franklin, Hello Fear: 46,000

No. 10 – Mary Mary, Something Big: 42,000

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