All twelve of the songs from Beyoncé's 'visual album' 'Lemonade' have debuted in the Billboard Hot 100, breaking a record pre­vi­ously held by Taylor Swift.

Basically Beyoncé is now the first female artist to have that many songs enter the chart from one album, beating Taylor's record of eleven songs charting from her 'Speak Now' album.

Of the twelve, the highest entry was 'Formation' at Number 10, followed by 'Sorry' at Number 11, 'Hold Up' at Number 13 and '6 Inch' at Number 18.

Here's where the rest of them ended up:

'Don’t Hurt Yourself' featuring Jack Fucking White — Number 28
'Freedom' featuring Kendrick Lamar — Number 35
'Pray You Catch Me' — Number 37
'All Night' — Number 38
'Daddy Lessons' — Number 41
'Sandcastles' — Number 43
'Love Drought' — Number 47
'Forward' featuring James Blake — Number 63

The album also entered at Number One on the Billboard chart, shifting 653,000 'equi­val­ent sales' (ie copies).