Beyonce's self-titled album is going to be one for the record books. At least when it comes to her discography and chart achievements.
According to Billboard, the "Heaven" and "Blue" singer's new album is not only slated to return to no.1 on next week's Billboard 200 albums chart, but it will give the Grammy Award winner her longest run atop the chart (spending three weeks at the summit).
"If "Beyoncé" is No. 1 for a third week, it will mark the diva's longest-reigning chart-topper. While all five of her studio albums have reached No. 1, her longest rule atop the list is two weeks (for both "Beyoncé" and "4")," reports Billboard.
Expected to move 250,000 copies, "Beyonce" will also surpass the million mark, giving the album a U.S. total of 1.24 million plus.
In related news, Beyonce's single "Drunk In Love" debuted at no.1 on the R&B Songs chart this week. Two additional songs followed the 61,000 copy selling single.
"XO" debuted at no.8. "Mine," featuring Drake," debuted at no.13. "XO" also debuted on the R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart at no.19. "Mine" debuted at no.99 on the Billboard Hot 100 while "XO" arrived at no.66.