The singer scored second-week sales of 145,000 units, which was more than enough to overcome a charge from rockers Five Finger Death Punch, who debut Got Your Six at number two on the Billboard 200 with 119,000 copies.

The rest of the top five were also new entries - Rihanna's rumoured new boyfriend, rapper Travis Scott, opens at three with Rodeo, while veteran rockers Iron Maiden snag fourth place with The Book of Souls and Troye Sivan lands at five with Wild.