Beyonce’s #Lemonade Breaks Record, Debuting all 12 Songs on Billboard Hot 100
Beyonce’s critically acclaimed visual album lemonade, which dropped on April 23 and has dominated conversations since its release sending the beyhive into a frenzy trying to figure out #BeckyWith theGoodHair, has scored her major points in music history as all 12 songs off the album have debuted on the Billboard Hot 100, making her the first female to achieve yet another glorious feat.
This is the first time a female artiste will chart 12 or more songs on the Hot 100 at the same time, surpassing Taylor’s Swift’s record of 11 songs set on November 2010 with her Speak Now album. Presently, Justin Bieber holds the all-time record high besting fellow Canadian Drake and the Beatles to debut 17 songs simultaneously on the Hot 100 on December 5, 2015, with his Purpose album which dropped in 2015.
Lemonade premiered on HBO April 23, immediately followed by the exclusive release of the bundled album (12 songs and the film) to Tidal. On April 25, it went on sale through other digital retailers, while Tidal continues to hold the exclusivity for streaming.
For those of you not into streaming or buying music online, shout Halleluyah! The physical copies of Lemonade will be available on May 6.
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