Beyoncé can't stop breaking records. All 12 of the tracks on her recent album, LEMONADE, debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 today. The victory makes Beyoncé the first female act to chart 12 songs on the Hot 100 simultaneously, beating out Taylor Swift's previous record of 11 songs. The success of all 12 tracks was powered by both sales and streams, with "Sorry" earning 14.2 million streams, "Hold Up" scoring the highest sales with 123,000 downloads in its first week, and The Weeknd-featured "6 Inch" accumulating 12.2 million streams.

Over the weekend, LEMONADE's first week numbers rolled in and earned Beyoncé her sixth consecutive No. 1 album. Bey's reign at the top of the Billboard 200 made her the only artist to reach No. 1 with their first six studio efforts and the only act to debut atop the list with their first six albums, as well. She is currently on a world tour in support of the album that will definitely keep the album on everyone's mind. Clearly, LEMONADE is a force of musical nature that will likely be keeping a firm hold on the charts for the foreseeable future. You can check out where all of her songs ranked on the Hot 100, including the debut of "Formation" in the top 10, below.

Beyoncé's 12 Song Rankings on the Billboard Hot 100 This Week
No. 10, "Formation"
No. 11, "Sorry"
No. 13, "Hold Up"
No. 18, "6 Inch," featuring The Weeknd
No. 28, "Don't Hurt Yourself," featuring Jack White
No. 35, "Freedom," featuring Kendrick Lamar
No. 37, "Pray You Catch Me"
No. 38, "All Night"
No. 41, "Daddy Lessons"
No. 43, "Sandcastles"
No. 47, "Love Drought"
No. 63, "Forward," featuring James Blake