R&B star Trey Songz has crooned his way to the top of America's Billboard 200 chart with his new album Trigga. The sexy singer replaces Ed Sheeran at number one; the British musician's x slips to two.
In the Lonely Hour by Sam Smith moves down one place to number three, while rockers Seether score their fourth top 10 album with Isolate and Medicate debuting at four.
The Frozen film soundtrack stays put in fifth place with its 28th consecutive week in the top five.
Meanwhile, Iggy Azalea continues to dominate the Billboard singles chart - Fancy spends a seventh week in pole position, tying the rapper with Adele and her hit Rolling in the Deep for fifth place among the women with the longest reigns on the Hot 100 this decade.
Rihanna currently holds the title with 10 weeks with her 2011 hit We Found Love, while Kesha (TiK ToK), Carly Rae Jepsen (Call Me Maybe) and Lorde (Royals) all tie for second place.
Back to this week's (begs07Jul14) countdown, MAGIC! sits in second place with Rude, while Azalea makes another appearance at three with her Ariana Grande collaboration, Problem.
The original line-up of cult indie rockers Veruca Salt launched its reunion comeback on TV in America on Wednesday night (21May14) with a performance on talk show Conan. The hitmakers returned to the stage for the first time in 18 years to belt out their song Seether and new track The Museum of Broken Relationships on the eve of a new tour.
Founding member Nina Gordon quit the group in 1998, leaving guitarist Louise Post to continue as Veruca Salt with an ever-changing line-up.
Veruca Salt kick off a summer reunion tour in Portland, Oregon on Thursday night (22May14).
The original line-up of rock band Veruca Salt is reuniting for the first time in 14 years and releasing a new album on Record Store Day (19Apr14). Alt rockers Nina Gordon, Louise Post, Steve Lack and Jim Shapiro have hit the studio together for the first time since 1998, when Gordon left the band to pursue a solo career.
While other musicians have been added to the line-up during the band's long tenure, the new album will be the first record in 14 years with the original members.
The special vinyl record features their hit Seether, along with two new songs titled The Museum of Broken Relationships and It's Holy.
Veruca Salt recorded two hit albums in the 1990s, including 1994's American Thighs and 1997's Eight Arms to Hold You.