R&B artist Musiq Soulchild’s “Luvanmusiq” debuted at No. 1 of The Billboard 200, leading six new albums entering the top 10. Luvanmusiq, which sold 149,000 copies, becomes Musiq Soulchild’s second studio effort to open in Billboard’s #1 spot; his 2002 LP Juslisen was the first, selling more than 260,000 units. New releases also occupied the second and third slots — R&B singer Lloyd’s “Street Love” finished a close second, selling 144,000. At #3 is another new release, rapper Rich Boy’s self-titled LP, which generated close to 112,000 scans its first week in stores. Daughtry’s self-titled RCA debut fell from No. 3 to No. 4, while Akon’s “Konvicted” slipped from No. 4 to No. 5. “Live at Massey Hall 1971” by Neil Young entered the chart at No. 6. British R&B singer Amy Winehouse debuted at No. 7 with “Back to Black.” 8Ball & MJG’s “Ridin’ High” debuted at No. 8 as Fall Out Boy’s “Infinity on High” dipped from No. 8 to No. 9. Fall Out Boy’s Infinity on High finishes out the week at #9, selling 43,000 units, and Carrie Underwood’s Some Hearts returns to the top 10 at #10, with 42,000 copies sold.