Virginia native Chris Brown will be ending 2015 on a high note. His album Royalty lands in at No.1 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip Hop charts selling 162,000 in its first week. This is Brown’s seventh solo LP, but Royalty is his sixth No.1 LP, which is named after his daughter is No.3 on Billboard’s Top 200.
Brown wasn’t the only major debut on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Swooping in at No. 3 is King Push, the sophomore full-length from Pusha T. The album, which sells 39,000 copies, follows 2013’s My Name Is My Name, a No. 2-peaking record with 75,000 first-week copies sold.