Beyonce’s ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ Earns Fourth Straight Week Atop U.K. Singles Chart

Beyonce's "Texas Hold 'Em" has earned a fourth straight week atop the U.K. Singles Chart, marking a new personal best for the superstar in the chart's history. Her sixth U.K. No. 1 single, taken from her newly-announced upcoming album Cowboy Carter, "Texas Hold 'Em" is now her longest-running chart-topper on the Official Singles Chart. Her…

Beyonce’s ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ Earns Fourth Straight Week Atop U.K. Singles Chart

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Beyonce‘s “Texas Hold ‘Em” has earned a fourth straight week atop the U.K. Singles Chart, marking a new personal best for the superstar in the chart’s history.

Her sixth U.K. No. 1 single, taken from her newly-announced upcoming album Cowboy Carter, “Texas Hold ‘Em” is now her longest-running chart-topper on the Official Singles Chart.

Her previous bests were 2003’s “Crazy In Love” with Jay-Z and 2007’s “Beautiful Liar” with Shakira, which both spent three-weeks at No. 1.

Two other No. 1 singles Beyonce achieved as a member of Destiny’s Child were 2000’s “Independent Women” and 2001’s “Survivor.” Both spent one week at the top of the chart.

Just missing out this week at No. 2, Benson Boone‘s “Beautiful Things” was only 1,700 chart units away from topping the chart.

Ariana Grande‘s “we can’t be friends (wait for your love)” has debuted at No. 3, becoming her 22nd U.K. Top 10 hit.

Following its Oscar win for Best Original Song and a new 7″ vinyl drop, Billie Eilish‘s former No. 1 “What Was I Made For?” re-enters the Top 40 at No. 16.

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