Meanwhile, Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" blasts in at No. 1 on the Digital Songs chart with a massive debut.
Hip-hop star Wiz Khalifa earns his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, as his new Blacc Hollywood set arrives atop the list. The album, which was released Aug. 19, sold 90,000 copies in the week ending Aug. 24, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Blacc Hollywood follows two No. 2-peaking albums from Khalifa: Rolling Papers and O.N.I.F.C., which were released in 2011 and 2012, respectively.
Khalifa also bounds in at No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and the Rap Albums chart.
Last week's No. 1, the Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack, falls to No. 2 with 64,000 (down 30 percent).
Country singer Chase Rice owns the second-highest new entry, as his Ignite the Night steps in at No. 3 with 44,000. It also opens at No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart. The album's current single, "Ready Set Roll," spends a second week at No. 12 (its peak) on the Hot Country Airplay chart. The album was released through Dack Janiels Records and distributed through Red Distribution (Sony Music's independent distribution arm).
Rice first gained fame as a contestant on the CBS TV series "Survivor: Nicaragua" in 2010. He later co-wrote Florida Georgia Line's massive single "Cruise" (No. 1 for a record 24 weeks on Hot Country Songs).
Back on the new Billboard 200, the Now 51 compilation dips 2-4 with 33,000 (down 36 percent).
The star-studded country compilation Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Motley Crue kickstarts at No. 5 with 31,000 and also drives in at No. 2 on Top Country Albums. Released on Big Machine Records, the set includes reworkings of Motley Crue tunes by acts like Rascal Flatts ("Kickstart My Heart"), Brantley Gilbert ("Girls, Girls, Girls") and Justin Moore ("Home Sweet Home," featuring Motley Crue's Vince Neil).
The Frozen soundtrack slides 3-6 with 29,000 (down 33 percent), Sam Smith's In the Lonely Hour holds at No. 7 with a little more than 24,000 (down 6 percent), and 5 Seconds of Summer's self-titled set decends 6-8 with 24,000 (down 12 percent).
Former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley nets his highest-charting album (and first top 10), as Space Invader debuts at No. 9 with 19,000 sold. It surpasses the No. 26 peak of his previous highest-charting album, his self-titled 1978 debut, released at the height of Kiss mania. Space Invader is Frehley's first album since 2009's Anomaly debuted and peaked at No. 27 with a 17,000 sales start.
Ed Sheeran's x rounds out the top 10, returning to the region (12-10) with 16,000 (down 12 percent).