On the latest Billboard 200 albums chart, Lecrae scored his first No. 1 with Anomaly -- the only album to top both the Billboard 200 and Gospel Albums chart. It debuted with 88,000 copies sold in the week ending Sept. 14, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Lecrae led a packed week on the chart, where seven new albums arrived in the top 10.
Katy Perry takes her Prismatic World Tour to No. 1 on Billboard's weekly Hot Tours recap with $31 million in ticket sales from the tour's North American leg that began in June. The tally includes concerts that occurred in a two-month span beginning on July 15.
As previously reported, Meghan Trainor leads an all-female top 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 for a second week with "All About That Bass." Plus, Fall Out Boy's "Centuries," and Calvin Harris' "Blame" featuring John Newman, debut at Nos. 22 and 31, respectively. Who else makes moves this week?
After a three-year hiatus, unusual for the typically hyper-productive Ryan Adams, the singer/songwriter's self-titled 14th solo album in 14 years marks his first No. 1 on Top Rock Albums and his highest rank on the Billboard 200 (No. 4).
Jhene Aiko crowns Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums with her first full-length set Souled Out, selling 70,000 units in its opening week, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The R&B songstress emerged in 2013 on the chart with Sail Out, a seven-song EP that debuted at No. 2 (with 34,000 copies). On Hot R&B Songs, the new album's "The Pressure" climbs 25-23 in its second week. It rises to 528,000 U.S. streams (a 177 percent jump, according to Nielsen BDS), with Spotify logging 50 percent of overall clicks.
Singer/songwriter Lee Brice scores his first No. 1 in four tries on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, as I Don't Dance, his third full-length album, arrives with 39,000 sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan.