Janet Jackson just made a bit of history. With her latest studio album Unbreakable becoming her seventh to reach the summit of the Billboard 200, it makes her the third artist to earn No. 1 albums in four decades.

Unbreakable which was released October 2 sits at the top of the charts with 116,000 albums sold (109,000 pure album sales). It is her first studio effort since 2008’s Discipline (which also landed at No. 1). Her other number one albums include 2001’s All For You, 1997’s The Velvet Rope, 1993’s janet., 1989’s Rhythm Nation 1814 and 1986’s Control. Amongst women, Jackson ranks third in terms of all-time No. 1 albums with 7. Only Barbara Striesand (10) and Madonna (8) have more. Unbreakable also marks her first album to be released independently to go No. 1.

Elsewhere on the chart, The Weeknd rises to the No. 2 spot with Beauty Behind The Madness clocking 73,000 units. Drake & Future’s What A Time To Be Alive slides down one to third with 65,000 sold. Fetty Wap’s self-titled debut falls to No. 4 after debuting at No. 1 last week, selling 64,000 in its second week. Tamar Braxton rounds out the top five with her latest album, Calling All Lovers selling 43,000 copies (38,000 pure albums sold).