Rihanna is the queen of the charts this month. After ruling the Hot 100 for four weeks with "Work," the pop superstar's most recent album Anti has returned to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200, thanks to the booming sales of its hit singles.

As Billboard reports, Anti sold only 17,000 full copies this week but its position on the Billboard 200 (which combines album sales, single sales and streams) was bumped up greatly by her singles, including "Work." Thus, Anti's album equivalent units were 54,000, giving her an easy No. 1 in a slow release week.

The top three albums of the week are similar old favorites. Adele's 25 slipped one position to No. 2 with 51,000 total units and Justin Bieber's Purpose jumped up from No. 5 to No. 3 with 48,000 units.

The best-selling album of the week, Joey+Rory's Hymns landed at No. 4 on the Billboard 200, jumping up two spots. In the wake of Joey Feek's death, the Christian duo's profile was raised and the album sold a notable 44,000 units. With nearly all of its activity from sales, their total units was also 44,000.

The top five is rounded out by last week's chart topper, Kendrick Lamar's Untitled Unmastered, which moved 38,000 units.

Despite a slow release and sales week, two new albums did debut in the top 10. Hard rockers Killswitch Engage's new album Incarnate was the highest debut, landing at No. 6 with 35,000 units. As with most rock acts, the vast majority of those units came courtesy of pure album sales with 33,000 copies sold. The other debut of the week goes to rap trio Flatbush Zombies, whose debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey, lands on Earth with 28,000 units and a No. 10 positions.

Nos. 7 through 9 on the Billboard 200 are familiar LPs. Chris Stapleton's Traveller spends a third week at No. 7, Twenty One Pilots' Blurryface similarly spends a third week at its spot, No. 8. Kevin Gates' Islah rounds things out with a one position boost at No. 9.