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Beyoncé’s latest — and most provocative — album, LEMONADE, continues to break new ground on the Billboard charts.

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Just days after topping the Billboard 200 and subsequently becoming the first act ever to see their first six studio albums debut atop the chart, Mrs. Carter sets yet another new record as the first female in history to place 12 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time. Yes, every track (including the previously released “Formation“) off LEMONADE is currently charting. Taylor Swift was the previous record holder with 11 songs following the release of her 2010 album Speak Now.

Beyoncé’s highest charting Lemonade hit is “Formation,” which lands at No. 10 thanks to 174,000 in digital sales and 6.5 million U.S. streams in the week ending April 28. “Sorry,” which was the most played song with 14.2 million U.S. streams, “Hold Up” and The Weeknd-assisted “6 Inch” also feature in the top 20, while “Forward” at No. 63 caps off Queen Bey’s chart dominance. Check out the full breakdown below.

Beyoncé’s Billboard Hot 100 Hits:

No. 10 — “Formation”
No. 11 — “Sorry”
No. 13 — “Hold Up”
No. 18 — “6 Inch” Featuring The Weeknd
No. 28 — “Don’t Hurt Yourself” Featuring Jack White
No. 35 — “Freedom” Featuring Kendrick Lamar
No. 37 — “Pray You Catch Me”
No. 38 — “All Night”
No. 41 — “Daddy Lessons”
No. 43 — “Sandcastles”
No. 47 — “Love Drought”
No. 63 — “Forward” Featuring James Blake

[Billboard]

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