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Beyoncé Is Milk Milking Lemonade For All Its Worth On Pandora — Just How Popular Is The Album Already?!

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The Beyhive sure is buzzing!

Beyoncé reclaimed her rightful place atop the A-List last weekend when she released her visual album Lemonade on HBO, and she's showing no signs of letting up any time soon.

Her sixth studio set already the No. 1 album in the country, and while many fans may think they can only listen to her new music on TIDAL, Queen B is actually killing it on Pandora as well!

Related: Beyoncé Sells 'Boycott Beyoncé' Merchandise At Her Concert!

According to new numbers out Monday, Lemonade has already juiced 17.6 million spins out of its listeners since it went up last Wednesday — including 165,000 new stations inspired by Bey!

More specifically, 6 Inch is currently leading the pack with 705,000 individual plays, while Sorry and Freedom are virtually tied with about 500,000 streams each.

We think it's safe to say Rachel Roy is not one of those listeners…

Have you started streaming Lemonade on Tidal or Pandora yet??

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Eat Fresh AND Cheap! Subway Offering $2 Six-Inch Subs!

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Subway, who set a new fast food price standard with $5 footlong subs, is stepping it up down a notch and offering customers $2 six-inch subs!

A marketing chief at Subway's franchisee advertising fund says the chain is "showing folks a little love when everyone is fretting about the economic future."

However, if ya don't like meatball and plain cold-cut sandwiches, ya better start training yourself to because those are the only options available to cash in on this bargain.

Still, $4 for a footlong meatball sub is a fantastic deal for those that do enjoy the sandwich.

"It's a magical price point," says consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow. "What it communicates to consumers is that Subway is on their side."

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