Jay-Z’s The Blueprint 3 debuts at number one on the Billboard album chart, selling over 476-thousand units, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It marks Jay’s 11th number one album and pushes him ahead of Elvis Presley as the solo act with the most number one albums in the 50-plus-year history of the Billboard album chart. Miley Cyrus holds steady at number two while last week’s number one, Whitney Houston’s I Look To You, falls to three. Raekwon’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx Pt. 2 debuts at number four while Brooks and Dunn’s #1s … And Then Some starts at number five. Trey Songz’s Ready slides three positions to six, while the Black Eyed Peas’ The E.N.D. climbs four slots to number seven. Boys Like Girls’ Love Drunk debuts at number eight, Kings of Leon’s Only By The Night falls two spots to number nine and Taylor Swift’s Fearless moves down one position to round out the top ten. Meanwhile, The Beatles sold over 626-thousand copies of their remastered catalog to dominate the Catalog Album chart.