Barry Weiss and Jive Records are on a roll this year. It looks like Britney Spears "Blackout" album will debut at the top of The Billboard 200 next week, making it the fourth Jive album to hit No. 1 in 2007.

Already, R. Kelly's "Double Up," T-Pain's "Epiphany," and UGK's "Underground King," have accomplished that feat.

"Britney delivered another great album and we're pleased that it has been so well received here and abroad. Her critics and fans alike have embraced this album and that is a real achievement," said Tom Carrabba, executive VP/GM of the Zomba Label Group.

Jive has further No.1 aspirations for 2007, including Chris Brown's "Exclusive" which hits stores Nov. 6 and Jordon Sparks self-titled album, out Nov. 20.

In the meantime, label executives are keeping their fingers crossed that scans of the Backstreet Boys "Unbreakable," which came out on the same day, Oct. 30, as the Spears album, will mean the label has two albums in the Top Five next week, in the Nov. 10 edition of the The Billboard 200 chart.