There was some reported worry on the part of her label that the album was too "difficult" but it turns out those worries were unnecessary: Beyonce's 4 is the number one album in the country, selling a whopping 313,000 copies in its first week out. That's more than enough sales to trounce Adele, who's 21 is still hanging in at number two with 90,000 albums sold. Big Sean also had a good week, coming at number three on the charts, supporting his claims of being "finally famous."
Hey, while you're thinking of Beyonce's 4, go here to read our review of the album.
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