British Beyonce fans are drinking up new album ‘Lemonade’ by the gallon.
A chart-topper upon its release almost one month ago, the visual LP has in recent weeks had to take a step back to make room at #1 for Drake’s ‘VIEWS.’
Yet, based on current data, Queen Bey’s only view come next week will be atop of the Official UK Album Chart.
Per the Official Charts Company, the 34-year-old is on-course to return to the pole position on the coveted count.
She’s presently outpacing Drizzy by more than 3000 copies and is firmly fending off arguable competition from ‘Meghan Trainor’s ‘Thank You.’
‘Lemonade’ serves as Bey’s third album to reach the top of the UK tally – with 2003 debut ‘Dangerously In Love’ and 2011 ‘4’ completing the count.
This is a phenomenal feat – especially given how little (traditional) promotion has been put forth.
With a series of UK stadium dates dotted over the summer, we imagine sales should sustain (if not rise) in the weeks and months ahead.