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Beyoncé continues to sweep the charts as her visual album Lemonade completes its first week of being released. 

Yesterday, Billboard announced that Lemonade debuted on the Billboard 200 chart as No. 1, making it Beyoncé's sixth No. 1 album to premiere as a chart-topper. Additionally, all 12 of Lemonade songs have launched onto the Billboard Hot 100. Beyoncé has become the first woman to get a dozen songs on the chart at once, besting Taylor Swift’s 11-track record.

Of the 12 songs, “Formation” leads at No. 10, re-entering the charts since it was also the first of the songs released on Feb. 6. Following “Formation” is “Sorry” at No. 11 and No. 13 is “Hold Up.” Find each song and its position below, according to Billboard

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

Check out the complete album guide to Lemonade, a track-by-track review, and ten of the album’s key collaborators.