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Beyonce's Album Expected To Reclaim No. 1 Spot After 'Frozen' Threatened Her Dominance

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR PARKWOOD ENTERTAINMENT - Beyonce performs onstage at her  "Mrs. Carter Show World Tour 2013," on Wednes
IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR PARKWOOD ENTERTAINMENT - Beyonce performs onstage at her "Mrs. Carter Show World Tour 2013," on Wednesday, December 19, 2013 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Rob Hoffman/Invision for Parkwood Entertainment/AP Images)

No one dethrones Beyonce.

After the "Frozen" soundtrack bumped her new self-titled album to the No. 2 spot on the Billboard albums chart last week, Beyonce is slated to reclaim her seat at the top, according to industry estimates.

"Beyonce" is expected to sell around 85,000 to 90,000 copies by Sunday, when the tracking period for next week's charts end. If that figure holds steady, Beyonce will bump "Frozen" to the second-place spot, with rapper Kid Ink's "My Own Lane" debuting at No. 3. Kid Ink is expected to sell around 40,000 copies, while "Frozen" will net an additional 75,000 sales.

Blame it on no other major new albums being released this week, the "Frozen" brouhaha slowly melting away or Beyonce's refusal to allow anyone to supplant her crown, but the "XO" diva is set to spend a fourth week atop the chart.

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