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Beyonce finally on iTunes chart

FINALLY! Around 10:30am ET, more than 10 hours after suddenly appearing on the iTunes store's splash page, Beyoncé’s surprise self-titled “visual” album has shown up on the chart—at #1, of course, supplanting Glassnote's Childish Gambino. There’s no sign of her on the singles chart, but that’s because none of the tracks will individually be made available until a week from today. Here's a 30-second preview of the album track “Drunk in Love” featuring Jay Z. (12/13a)    

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