Previously held by Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade.’
Knocking down Post Malone’s ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding.’
Young Thug, Lil Tecca and blink-182 also appear on this week’s top 10.
Becoming the longest-leading No. 1 rap song by a solo female artist in the chart’s history.
With Ariana Grande’s ‘thank u, next’ leading the way.
Making history seven years after its release.
Young Thug, Lil Tecca and Lizzo also appear in this week’s top 10.
The album is set to be the second largest debut of 2019.
Both records are expected to debut in the top 10.
Lionel Richie & Quality Control Music round out the top three spots.