Frozen” will remain entrenched at the top of the Billboard 200 for another week, as a none of the chart’s newcomers can topple the soundtrack from its pole position.

Not that there aren’t a number of acts trying to grab the top spot. Four title bow in the Top 10 next week: crossover violinist Lindsey Stirling’s “Shatter Me” will debut at No. 2, selling between 50,000-55,000, roughly half of “Frozen’s” predicted 90,000-100,000. Singer/songwriter Ray LaMontagne’s new album, the Dan Auerbach-produced “Supernova” will be at No. 3 with 45,000 sold. Christian group Passion’s live set, “Take It All,” will come in at No. 4 (32,000) and duo Timeflies’ latest, “After Hours,” will start at No. 7 (20,000).

Rounding out the Top 10 are returnees Iggy Azalea’s “The New Classic” at No. 5 (22,000), Pharrell Williams’ “G I R L” at No. 6, Future’s “Honest” at No. 8, Luke Bryan’s “Crash My Party” at No. 9 and Shakira’s self-titled set at No. 10.

Week after next will bring another slew of new entries, including Lily Allen’s “Sheezus,” Hunter Hayes’ “Storyline,” Sarah McLachlan’s “Shine On,” and Santana’s “Corazon.” 

Melinda Newman is the former West Coast Bureau Chief for Billboard Magazine with more than 15 years of music industry experience. She also covers entertainment for The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Variety, MSN, AOL and other outlets.