On the first Billboard albums chart to track a Friday-through-Thursday sales week, Tyrese Gibson debuts at No. 1 with his album Black Rose. Gibson, who goes by the stage name Tyrese, sold 83,000 copies of Black Rose, according to Nielsen Music. That was enough to place the R&B singer ahead of Taylor Swift’s 1989 and rapper Meek Mil’s Dreams Worth More Than Money, which had spent two weeks at No. 1.