T.I. Cracks the Top 10 in a JumpsuitFor most convicts serving hard time, their professional lives and earning power take a siesta, but not rapper T.I., who is still making noise -- and money -- on the outside. According to Billboard, his latest album, 'No Mercy,' debuted this week at No. 4 with 159,000 albums sold.

Still, it's a far cry from T.I.'s last album 'Paper Trail' in 2008, which broke out with 568,000 units sold. Nevertheless, it's pretty good for an inmate who's been behind bars since Nov. 1, serving an 11 month sentence for violating his probation. T.I. was arrested in October for illegal possession of ecstasy.