Demi Lovato's new album, "Unbroken" had landed in the No. 4 spot on Billboard's 200 list with 96,000 copies sold.
"This one is a little different," Lovato told Billboard magazine. "I took a long time on this album, and I've been on such a journey over the past year that it just feels awesome to be able to release music that I've worked really hard on, and now that it's done well [on the chart] it feels even better."
"Unbroken" is Lovato's third album and her previous albums, "Don't Forget (2008) peaked at the No. 2 while "Here We Go Again" (2009) debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's 200 Chart.
The 19-year-old Disney star entered treatment nearly a year ago for "emotional and psychical issues" and told Billboard that she got by with a little help from her friends Selena Gomez and Kim Kardashian.
"I feel like there are some people that you're friends with that talk to you on Twitter or you text," Lovato continued, "but the people that are really there for me are the people that were there for me when I went into treatment. The people that were calling me while I was in there were Kim Kardashian and Selena Gomez. Those two girls, they meant the world to me. They still do."
Lovato has been busy promoting her recent single, "Skyscraper," which premiered in July and debuted at No. 10 on the Hot 100 list. The next single she plans to debut from "Unbroken" will be "Who's That Boy."
In May, Lovato posted a photo of herself in a bikini, just weeks after she underwent treatment in a clinic and revealed she had battled anorexia and bulimia.
On April 19, a Disney Channel spokesperson confirmed Lovato would not return to her show "Sonny With a Chance." The actress, who had played main character Sonny Munroe since the show began in 2009, had said she wanted to focus on her music and that she didn't think shooting the series would be "healthy" for her recovery.
Lovato recently revealed that she has struggled with food addiction, cutting and depression and told Seventeen magazine: "I basically had a nervous breakdown."