Beyonce is one pioneering woman, and it looks like she's on track to grab yet another record-breaking title. Her visual album Lemonade is on track to debut at the top of the Billboard 200 chart, according to the chart company itself.
If Lemonade does come in at the top spot, Beyonce will become the first act to reach number one with her first six studio albums, and also the first to debut at number one with her first six studio sets.
All hail Queen Bey, smasher of both records and car windows.
The projections are based on estimates that Lemonade will sell more than 550,000 album units this week, with at least 450,000 of these being traditional album sales.
Bey became the first female to hit number one with her first five studio albums upon the release of her self-titled 2013 album, an achievement that only DMX and folk group The Kingston Trio have hit.
The Billboard record would top off a pretty fabulous week for Beyonce. She kicked off her Formation world tour earlier this week with a sell-out show in Miami, supported by none other than the King of Snapchat himself, DJ Khaled, with special guests Rock Ross, Future, Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz.