Janet Jackson's "All for You" (Virgin) rockets to a No. 1 debut on The Billboard 200, having sold more than 605,000 copies in the U.S., according to SoundScan. It's the fifth chart-topping album of Ja
Janet Jackson's "All for You" (Virgin) rockets to a No. 1 debut on The Billboard 200, having sold more than 605,000 copies in the U.S., according to SoundScan. It's the fifth chart-topping album of Jackson's career, and is also set to debut at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The set features the title track, which is in its fourth week at No. 1 on The Billboard Hot 100.
Right behind Jackson on The Billboard 200 is country star Tim McGraw, who opens at No. 2 with "Set This Circus Down" (Curb) on the strength of 223,400 units sold. R&B vocalist Case makes an impressive showing with "Open Letter" (Def Soul), which bows at No. 5, while the Bee Gees land at No. 16 with "This Is Where I Came In" (Universal).
Other debuts come from hard rock act Fear Factory's "Digimortal" (Roadrunner) at No. 32 and rapper KRS-One's "The Sneak Attack" (In The Paint/Koch) at No. 43.
Several of last week's big debuts plummet in their second week at retail. Sunshine Anderson's "Your Woman" (Soulife/Atlantic) drops 5-15, while Brooks & Dunn's "Steers & Stripes" (Arista Nashville) falls 4-18. WQHT New York DJ Angie Martinez' Elektra solo debut "Up Close and Personal" crashes to No. 62 after debuting at No. 32 last week.
The new chart will be posted on Billboard.com tomorrow (May 3).