He's no stranger to number one hits, sold out tours as well as topping the charts and this week Usher has done it again!
After the release of his seventh studio album "Looking 4 Myself" the 33-year-old has once again grabbed the number one spot on the Billboard 200 Chart with an impressive 128,000 copies sold.
Although this album's numbers are a little less significant from the whopping 329,000 copies sold for his last album "Raymond V. Raymond," the iconic R&B singer is still showing he's got it, as this is his fourth #1 spot in a row.
The nab at the Billboard top spot comes just one week before Usher's protege Justin Bieber is set to prove his always-impressive numbers for his most recent album "Believe." The 18-yeear-old star is expected to pull in extremely high numbers, which is said to possibly be the biggest first frame of the year.
Other heavy hitters following behind Usher in this week's rankings were Rush, whose album "Clockwork Angels" came in at the number two spot with sales of 103,000, while country singer Josh Turner ranked number four with his album "Punching Bag," which pulled in 45,000 copies.
To hear more about Usher's new album check out the video below!