After falling short of ruling Billboard Hot 200 with his 2010's CD "Teflon Don", Rick Ross is now back to the top spot of the U.S. album chart with "God Forgives, I Don't". His newly-released album sells 218,000 in its debut week.
It becomes his fourth chart topper, joining his first three No. 1 albums; 2006's "Port of Miami", 2008's "Trilla" and 2009's "Deeper Than Rap". It also marks his best sales week surpassing the 198,000 sales number posted by "Trilla".
Last week's champ Zac brown Band are forced to step down from the throne to the second place. Justin Bieber and One Direction, on the other hand, rise to No. 3 and No. 4 with "Believe" and "Up All Night" respectively.
Rounding up the top 5 are Bee Gees. Their CD "Number Ones" experiences a massive increase on sales after the price was slashed to only 99 cents on Amazon over the weekend. The only new entry is Joss Stone who occupies No. 10.