Solange has earned her first No. 1 album with A Seat at the Table, exceeding expectations and surpassing Bon Iver's 22, A Million.

According to Nielsen Music, Table moved 72,000 equivalent album units, including 46,000 traditional album purchases, compared to Bon Iver's set, which was closely behind at 71,000 units.

22, A Million had been on track for the No. 1 spot for most of last week. And Solange's album, which was unexpectedly released on Sept. 30, had originally only been projected to move 60,000 units.

Solange's previous chart high was in 2008, when Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams, which debuted and peaked at No. 9. Bon Iver's self-titled 2011 album also debuted at No. 2, but with 104,000 copies.

As Billboard notes, Solange and sister Beyoncé are now one of only three pairs of siblings to both have No. 1 albums, following Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson as well as Master P and his brother Silkk the Shocker.

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