The Weeknd has something to tell his friends about this week - his new album Beauty Behind the Madness debuted atop the Billboard 200 U.S. album chart. Led by the single "Can't Feel My Face," BBTM bested recent releases by Halsey, Luke Bryan and Maddie & Tae to arrive at the top of the charts.

Beauty Behind the Madness has the second best start of 2015 (behind Drake), Billboard reports, and moved 412,000 copies when raw sales, streams and single sales were combined. In whole units alone, The Weeknd moved 326,000 copies of his new album and achieved a new personal best.

This also marks the first No. 1 album for The Weeknd. His previous LPs Trilogy and Kiss Land peaked at Nos. 4 and 2, respectively.

The Weeknd's tour companion, alternative act Halsey, arrives on the Billboard 200 at No. 2 with her new album Badlands, which notched 195,000 albums sold and 238,000 units tallied overall.

Though it was a big week for newcomers at the very top of the chart, familiar albums take the next four spots on the chart. Luke Bryan's two week No. 1 album Kill the Lights slipped down one more spot this week to No. 3. Taylor Swift's 1989 follows him at No. 4. Dr. Dre's new album Compton slipped two spots down to No. 5, while Ed Sheeran's x moved down one slot to No. 6.

The third new release on this week's album chart comes courtesy of Maddie & Tae, whose Start Here starts its chart run at No. 7. The country duo's debut album got a solid start with 28,000 units moved thanks to its latest single "Fly."

The No. 8 record comes courtesy of Beach House. The alt-rock duo's Depression Cherry sold 27,000 units this week, narrowly missing the band's peak chart position of No. 7 with Bloom.

Ben Rector also debuted high on the chart this week with Brand New at No. 9. Disturbed's Immortalized rounded out the chart at No. 10.