Musiq Tops US Chart In Good Week For Debuts
Six new albums debut in the Billboard 200 top 10 - another R&B star, Lloyd, enters the new chart at number two with Street Love, rapper Rich Boy's self-titled album bows at number three.
All three top albums sold more than 100,000 copies in their first week of release.
The other new entries in the top 10 belong to Neil Young (Live At Massey Hall 1971), British singer Amy Winehouse (Back To Black) and 8ball & MJG (Riding High), who debut albums at numbers six, seven and eight respectively.
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