We all know that Beyoncé is a Queen and that anything she touches turns to gold, and it's clear that that trait runs in the family.
Bey's younger sister Solange released A Seat At The Table this week and it rocketed to number one on the Billboard 200 chart, having sold 72,000 copies in the first week alone.
It's a first for Solange, but also for Beyonce, as the feat makes the pair the first ever sisters to both have number one albums. Michael and Janet Jackson and Master P and Silkk the Shocker have both previously shared the sibling accolade, but Bey (who has had six number one albums in her career) and Solange are the first sister-duo to take out the crown. Let's face it - is anyone really surprised it was these two?
The pair have always insisted there is no rivalry between them, and with different sounds and areas of vocal focus, there is no reason for there to be. Solange told press in a recent interview, "I'm really proud of my sister and I'm really proud of her record and her work and I've always been."