July 31 [12:00 EDT] -- To say that Puff Daddy owns next week's "Billboard" charts might actually be an understatement.
The record label CEO-turned-rapper holds the top spot on the album chart, as well as the top two spots on the singles chart according to "Billboard." Puff Daddy's debut album, "No Way Out," sold over 500,000 copies in its first week in stores, far outpacing the "Men In Black" soundtrack, which landed at number two.
Meanwhile, Puffy and Faith Evans still claim the top single in the country with "I'll Be Missing You," while the Notorious B.I.G.'s "Mo Money Mo Problems" (which also features Puff Daddy) sits at number two.
It seems the only chart safe from the Puff Daddy onslaught is the modern rock singles chart, where Sugar Ray is still at number one with "Fly." Actually, very little changes on next week's modern rock chart, as Sugar Ray, Matchbox 20 ("Push"), and Live ("Turn My Head") still hold the top three spots.