Keyshia Cole returns to the charts this week with Point of No Return.
The R&B singer’s sixth album, which features appearances from Future, August Alsina, and 2 Chainz, lands at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 with 25,000 copies sold.
All six of her albums have debuted in the top 10, but Point of No Return marks Cole’s lowest opening week yet. Her previous effort, 2012’s Woman to Woman, entered at No. 10 with 96,000.
Outside of the top 10, Childish Gambino’s Kauai EP, the other half of his STN MTN/Kauai project, jumps 18-16 in its second week (19,000).
“2 On” hitmaker Tinashe makes her debut at No. 17, selling 18,000 copies of her critically-acclaimed album Aquarius.
Flying Lotus rounds out the top 20 at No. 19 with You’re Dead. The album, which features the Kendrick Lamar-assisted single “Never Catch Me,” moved 17,000 units.