Beyonce's latest album titled "Lemonade" will enjoy huge first week sales.
Billboard projects it well move 500,000 copies and more than 700,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending April 28.
Track equivalent albums is a term used to describe a method of converting the sale of individual songs (singles) into whole album numbers. In other words, every time ten units of a single are sold, those ten units are counted as one album sale.
.@Beyonce's Lemonade is projected to sell 500,000 albums, 900,000 tracks and generate up to 45 million streams in its 1st week in the US.— Chart News (@chartnews) April 28, 2016
Those numbers will be good enough to land "Lemonade" on top of the Billboard 200 chart.
Expect the album to remain high on the charts once physical copies are made available on May 6.