Justin Timberlake has scored his second number one album in the U.S. in a year - his The 20/20 Experience - 2 Of 2 has rocketed to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 with 350,000 first-week sales.

The album is the second part of his hit The 20/20 Experience, which debuted at the top with the year's largest sales week back in March (13).

The new feat gives Timberlake three 300,000-plus sales weeks this year - he previously scored two high-selling weeks with The 20/20 Experience.

But he's not the only act to land two albums at the top of the Billboard charts this year - country star Luke Bryan also managed a double number one with Spring Break... Here to Party in March and Crash My Party in August (13).

Last week's top album, Drake's Nothing Was the Same, falls to two on the new countdown, while teenager Lorde debuts at three with Pure Heroine, a week after her hit Royals climbed to the top of the U.S. singles chart.

Bryan's Crash My Party jumps back into the top five at four and his fellow country singer Tyler Farr debuts at five with Redneck Crazy.

Meanwhile, Lorde has scored a second week at the top of the U.S. singles chart. Her Royals song keeps Katy Perry's former two-week Billboard Hot 100 number one Roar stuck in second place for a second week, while Miley Cyrus' Wrecking Ball also stays put at three.