Rapper Young Jeezy is back at the top of the U.S. album charts.
The Recession is the rap star's second chart-topping LP. It debuted with impressive 260,000 sales - over 160,000 more than New Kids On The Block's The Block, which enters the new chart at two.
The boy band's last studio release, Face the Music, debuted at number 37 with just 27,000 sales in 1994.
The Game's LAX slips a spot from two to three on the new Billboard countdown.