Beyoncé's will definitely snatch the No. 1 spot.
UPDATE: Updated numbers from HDD suggest Beyonce will sell 475-525k in total album sales, and 575-640k in streaming plus sales.
The full rundown:
*Beyoncé (Columbia) 475-525k
Prince, The Very Best Of (Warner Bros.) 210-230k
Prince, Purple Rain (Warner Bros.) 115-130k
Prince, The Hits/B-Sides (Warner Bros.) 50-60k
Prince, Ultimate (Warner Bros.) 33-38k
Prince, 1999 (Warner Bros.) 27-30k
Chris Stapleton (Mercury Nashville) 24-27k
*A$AP Ferg (RCA) 21-24k
*NF (Sparrow/CCMG) 18-21k
Adele (XL/Columbia) 18-21k
The Lumineers (Dualtone) 15-17k
Prince, Sign O' The Times (Warner Bros.) 15-17k
Sturgill Simpson (WMG) 14-16k
Rihanna (Westbury Road/Roc Nation) 13-15k
Hamilton (Uptown) 12-14k
*Beyoncé (Columbia) 575-640k
Prince, The Very Best Of (Warner Bros.) 365-390k
Prince, Purple Rain (Warner Bros.) 130-150k
Prince, The Hits/B-Sides (Warner Bros.) 75-85k
Rihanna (Westbury Road/Roc Nation) 44-49k
Prince, Ultimate (Warner Bros.) 35-40k
*A$AP Ferg (RCA) 33-38k
Justin Bieber (Def Jam) 30-35k
Chris Stapleton (Mercury Nashville) 29-33k
Prince, 1999 (Warner Bros.) 28-32k
Kanye West (G.O.O.D./Def Jam) 27-30k
The Lumineers (Dualtone) 24-27k
Adele (XL/Columbia) 24-27k
Kevin Gates (Bread Winner's Association) 24-27k
Twenty One Pilots (Fueled By Ramen) 23-26k
She's predicted to move around 600,000 by the end of the week.
To be honest, it's expected Beyoncé would move an outrageous amount in a short amount of time, but what proves her star power is that the record's lead single, "Formation," is at the top of the iTunes Songs Charts. Actually, she's ruling the Top 10 songs chart along with Prince!
On Monday, Beyonce dropped the record onto iTunes.