Alex Faith’s sophomore album on Collision Records, Bloodlines, debuted on a couple of Billboard charts for the week of Nov. 21.

Bloodlines, which dropped on Oct. 30, landed at No. 18 among Top Christian Albums and No. 12 among Heatseekers Albums. The LP featured Courtney Orlando, Corey Paul, Joseph Solomon and J. Monty, among others.

Bloodlines was Faith’s second release this year. In April, he put out a collaborative album with label mate Dre Murray, titled Southern Lights: Overexposed. The project placed at No. 15 among Top Christian Albums and No. 23 among Independent Albums.

Faith’s debut album in 2013, ATLast, peaked at No. 193 on the Billboard 200.

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