Singer Janet Jackson has reached the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 Album chart with her new album “Unbreakable”. It marks  the seventh chart topper of her career and makes her the third act to achieve No. 1 albums during each of the last four decades. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums, (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The new Oct. 24-dated chart, where Jackson is No.1 , will appear on Billboard magazine’s websites tomorrow. “Unbreakable”, which was released on Oct. 2, arrived at the top of the chart with 116,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Oct. 8, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, the set sold 109,000 in album sales. “Unbreakable” is Jackson’s first studio album in seven years and follows 2008’s “Discipline”, which also debuted at No. 1. Jackson previously led the list with “All For You” (2001), “The Velvet Rope” (1997), “Janet” (1993), “Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814” (1989) and  “Control” (1986). Among female artists with the most No. 1 albums, Jackson comes in third. Only Barbra Streisand (with 10) and Madonna (with eight) have more. Streisand and Jackson along with Bruce Springsteen are the only artists who have had No. 1 albums in each of the four decades: ’10s, ’00s, ’90s and ’80s. Rapper Jeezy has been releasing singles in preparation for the Nov. 13 release of his eighth studio album, “Church In These Streets”, appropriately, he’s calling the series #SundayService. The latest installment, “Sweet  Life”, features singer Janelle Monae singing the hook. Jeezy also released a five song EP to commemorate the 2oth anniversary of the Million Man March over the weekend. Queen Latifah, Smokey Robinson and Trombone Shorty are among the artist who will celebrate the arts at the White House on Wednesday. They will be joined by Usher, James Taylor, Audra McDonald and others for a PBS special that will be hosted by President Barak Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. The event will mark the 50th anniversary of legislation that created the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Actress/comedian Carol Burnett will perform special readings. The latest installment of “In Performance At The White House” will air on PBS in January. Mrs. Obama has planned a student workshop with Keb Mo, MC Lyte, Esperanza Spaulding and others before the evening performance.