Beyoncé’ 4 album has done what Columbia executives knew it would do. Ms. Knowles created the album she wanted and it paid off Beyoncé’ debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 Charts, selling 310, 000 copies in the first week. Of course this is no comparison to her previous albums Dangerously In Love (317,000) B’Day (541,000) and I am Sasha Fierce (482,000). I’m sure B is happy, she got to tap into her creative side and give us something different. Love it or hate it, Beyoncé is still on her throne.