Beyoncé has broken yet another record with the release of “Lemonade”. In addition to the newly released visual album debuting at #1 on the Billboard 200, each separate track has landed on the
Billboard Hot 100 charts, according to a story published by The Hollywood Reporter. It makes Beyoncé the first female artist to have charted 12 or more tracks on the Billboard Hot 100 all at once. The record was previously held by Taylor Swift, who in 2010 released Speak Now, and charted 11 tracks at that time.
Four tracks from Lemonade, “Formation”, “6-Inch”, “Hold Up”, and “Sorry”, rest in the top 10 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, also making her the only woman to have 4 concurrent top 10 tracks on the charts.
“Lemonade” has been available for just over a week, and has already pushed 485,000 in sales, in addition to 653,000 equivalent album units. It stands as Beyoncé’s 6th #1 release.
Physical copies of “Lemonade” will be available May 6!