Singer Chris Brown continues to rack up No 1s on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart as “Royalty”, his seventh studio album, takes the top spot having sold 162,000 copies  in the week ending Dec. 24, according to Nielsen Music. The disc starts atop the chart dated Jan. 9. This is Brown’s sixth No 1 on the ranking and fifth straight as  a solo artist; only his 2007 release “Exclusive” failed to reach the charts peak, landing at No 2. His only other album to top the R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart was this year’s collaboration with Tyga “Fan Of A Fan: The Album”. “Royalty”, named after Brown’s daughter, also tallies Brown’s best sales since 2011’s “F.A.M.E.”, which moved 270,000 in its debut week. “Royalty” is No. 3,  having sold 184,000 units, his sixth album to reach the top five. Brown isn’t the only one with a major debut on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums. Landing at No 3 is “King Push”, the sophomore album from rapper Pusha T. The album, which sold 39,000 copies, is the follow up to 2013’s “My Name Is, My Name Is”, a No 2-peaking charter with 75,000 first week copies sold. Singer Monica enters the chart at No. 4 with “Code Red”, which has sold 34,000 copies thus far. It’s the R&B veteran’s sixth album to hit the top five and the follow up to 2012’s “New Life”, which peaked at No. 2. She notched two No. 1s with 2006’s “The Makings Of Me” and 2010’s “Still Standing”.