Beyoncé’s Renaissance Debuts at Number One
Multi award-winning singer, Beyoncé has earned her fourth UK number one album with ‘Renaissance,’ a heartfelt love letter to house and dance music, as reported by BBC.
The album outsold its nearest competition by three-to-one to reach the summit, as revealed by the Official Charts.
This feat follows the star’s previous chart-toppers, Dangerously in Love (2003), 4 (2011) and Lemonade (2016). She also made number one as part of Destiny’s Child on the 2001 album, Survivor.
Renaissance was also the week’s biggest seller on vinyl.
The album has also topped the charts in Australia, Ireland and France, and is predicted to have the biggest opening week of the year in the US.
In the singles chart, the album’s lead track Break My Soul reaches a new peak at number two – making it Beyoncé’s highest-charting solo song since 2008’s If I Were A Boy.