While Hole's "Celebrity Skin" generated a lot of noise when it arrived in record stores, Canibus is the one who will boast the loudest chart debut next week when his "Can-I-Bus" arrives at number two on the album chart.The Wyclef-produced rapper's debut sold more than 127,000 copies in its first week in stores, landing his a spot behind another friend of 'Clef, Lauryn Hill, who holds onto the number one spot for a third straight week. The other notable debut of the week belongs to Hole whose first album in four years will debut at number nine on the chart after selling just under 86,000 copies in its first week in stores. In a week thin with new releases, the next highest debut belongs to rapper Skull Duggery, whose "These Wicked Streets" debuts at number 21 next week. The Missy Elliot/Scary Spice-powered soundtrack to "Why Do Fools Fall In Love?" also makes its first appearance on the chart next week, where it will arrive at number 55.