Destiny's Child aren't just surviving - they're thriving, with their new album headed for the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart after selling 663,000 copies last week.
Survivor's sales topped the debut-week sales of Janet Jackson's All for You, but fell short of the blockbuster standard set by 'N Sync, Britney Spears, and Eminem, all of whom had first-week sales of well over a million units last year.
All for You, which led record sales nationwide last week, drops to No. 2, with 310,000 copies sold.
Fleetwood Mac singer/songwriter Stevie Nicks has the week's second-highest debut, landing at No. 5 with her first solo album in seven years, Trouble in Shangri-La. The album includes guest appearances by Sheryl Crow, Macy Gray, and Sarah McLachlan.
Eden's Crush, the pop group formed on the reality TV show Popstars, debut at No. 6 with their aptly titled album Popstars, which includes the hit single "Get Over Yourself."
The rest of the top 10 includes Now 6, at No. 3; Tim McGraw's Set This Circus Down, at No. 4; 2Pac's Until the End of Time, at No. 7; Shaggy's Hotshot, at No. 8; Uncle Kracker's Double Wide, at No. 9; and Case's Open Letter, at No. 10.
Nelly's Country Grammar edges in at No. 11 in its 45th week on the chart, with cumulative sales of more than 6 million copies.
Other notable debuts this week include the Christian vocal group Point of Grace, at No. 20 with Free to Fly, and Miami rapper JT Money, at No. 48 with Blood Sweat & Years.
After 84 weeks on the chart, Sting's Brand New Day makes one of the week's biggest leaps, moving from No. 164 to No. 121.
Read VH1.com's interview with Janet Jackson.