Nearly four months into 2017, the numbers are in of last year's best-selling music across the world.
Back in May, Beyoncé's Lemonade nabbed the top spot on the Billboard 200 album chart and became the then-best-selling album of 2016 after moving 653,000 units in the U.S. during its first-week of release.
Turns out, the album maintained that stronghold - and did so worldwide.
According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry's (IFPI) recently-released Global Music Report, Lemonade was the highest-selling individual album of 2016 across the earth after making $2.5 million in sales (which counted both physical and digital).
Adele's 25 and Drake's Views trailed behind Bey with $2.4 million and $2.3 million in sales, respectively.
However, although Drake came in third for best-selling album, he still had the top digital song globally. His Kyla- and Wiz Kid-assisted hit "One Dance" moved $12.5 million in track sales and track-equivalent streams.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry also named Drizzy the Global Recording Artist of the Year.
Can't wait to see who nabs the titles for 2017.