The Weeknd has enjoyed a breakout year in 2015, and now he’s rewarded with his first No. 1 album. The Toronto singer’s sophomore LP, Beauty Behind the Madness, takes top spot on Billboard’s album charts.

Continue after the jump…..

Lead by the singles “The Hills” and “Can’t Feel My Face,” Beauty Behind the Madness sold 325,267 opening week, according to Hits Daily Double. Add in streams, BBTM‘s final total is 415,267.

The album becomes the third-largest weekly overall unit total for an album in 2015, only Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late (535,000 units) and Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly (363,000). Beauty Behind the Madness also becomes The Weeknd’s third top 10 album following 2012’s Trilogy (No. 4) and 2013’s Kiss Land (No. 2).

The smash-hit “Can’t Feel My Face” also returned to No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100, now spending its second week at the top after dethroning OMI’s “Cheerleader.”

UPDATE (9/6): Official numbers are in. 326,000 opening week in album and digital sales (412,000 with streams).

Previously: The Weeknd to Perform on SNL In October