D'Angelo Edges Santana For #1

Voodoo barely outsells Supernatural, while new Snoop Dogg group debuts at #8.

D'Angelo's Voodoo will hold the #1 spot on the

Billboard 200 albums chart for a second week after selling just

2,000 more copies than Santana's Supernatural in the week

ending Sunday (Feb. 6), according to sales figures released Wednesday by SoundScan. Voodoo, which draws on the classic soul sounds of

Stevie Wonder and Prince, outsold Supernatural 190,901 copies to 188,874, SoundScan reported. Snoop Dogg Presents Tha Eastsidaz, the debut album from rapper Snoop Dogg's new

group, will be the week's highest debut, at #8. Also debuting will be

veteran rock singer Tina Turner's Twenty Four Seven at

#21, country singer Wynonna Judd's New Day Dawning (#40),

rapper Young Bleed's My Own (#61) and rock band

Morphine's final album, The Night (#137).