Slightly different numbers than reported yesterday, but still, Led by Kanye West‘s “Yeezus,” the entire top four albums on the Billboard 200 chart this week are new entries. West’s “Yeezus” arrives with 327,000 — the third-largest sales week of the year. It’s bested by only the debuts of Justin Timberlake‘s “The 20/20 Experience” (968,000) and Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories” (339,000).

J. Cole‘s “Born Sinner” enters at No. 2 week with 297,000 — his best sales week yet. It’s the largest debut at No. 2 since the Dec. 11, 2010 chart, when Nicki Minaj‘s “Pink Friday” bowed with 375,000. Coincidentally, she was stuck behind a debut from West as well. That week, his “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” launched at No. 1 with 496,000.

Behind Cole this week is the the third rap debut in the top three: Mac Miller‘s “Watching Movies With the Sound Off,” starting at No. 3 with 102,000.

Kelly Rowland‘s fourth studio album, “Talk a Good Game,” is the fourth and final arrival in the top 10. It lands at No. 4 with 68,000, marking her third stop 10 set. The arrival is Rowland’s smallest start, dipping below the 77,000 that launched her last album, 2011’s No. 3-debut “Here I Am.”