Jeezy starts at No. 2 on the chart, while Bob Marley earns his highest-charting album ever.
Pop band Maroon 5 nabs its second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart, as its fifth studio release -- appropriately named V -- debuts atop the list. It sold 164,000 copies in the week ending Sept. 7, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The 164,000 start is a drop-off from the arrival of the group's last album, 2012's Overexposed, which launched with 222,000 at No. 2. However, V's bow is bigger than of the album that came before Overexposed -- 2010's Hands All Over, which debuted at No. 2 with 142,000.
Maroon 5 topped the chart once previously, with their second album, 2007's It Won't Be Soon Before Long. That release continues to hold the group's personal best sales week, when the album shifted 429,000 in its debut frame. It Won't Be Soon Before Long followed the group's breakthrough debut album, Songs About Jane, which peaked at No. 6 in 2004 and spent 122 weeks on the chart.
Rapper Jeezy follows Maroon 5 on the new chart, as his latest effort, Seen It All: The Autobiography, arrives at No. 2 with 121,000. He also enters at No. 1 on both the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and Rap Albums chart. Jeezy's last album, 2012's T M: 103 Hustlerz Ambition (credited to Young Jeezy), debuted and peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200, selling 233,000 copies in its first week.
The Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack rises one rung to No. 3 on the latest Billboard 200, selling 53,000 copies (up 10 percent). Its cumulative sales rise to 426,000. Last week's No. 1 album, Ariana Grande's My Everything, slides to No. 4 in its second week, selling 42,000 (down 75 percent).