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Beyoncé’s “TEXAS HOLD ‘EM” Holds Strong at Number 1 for Second Consecutive Week in the UK

by Jonathan Currinn
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Beyoncé continues to dominate the UK charts with her latest country-infused hit, “TEXAS HOLD ‘EM”, securing the coveted Number 1 spot for the second consecutive week. Last week saw the dynamic track mark Beyoncé’s sixth UK Number 1 and her first in an impressive 14 years, showcasing the enduring appeal of the global icon.

Despite facing stiff competition from talented artists such as Teddy Swims, Benson Boone, and Noah Kahan, Beyoncé’s energetic anthem maintains its stronghold at the top. Teddy Swims climbs to a new peak at Number 2 with his breakout single, “Lose Control”, setting the stage for a fierce battle for the top spot in the upcoming week, not to mention all the phenomenal new releases this week!

Stranger Things actor Joe Keery, under the moniker Djo, achieves his debut UK Top 5 single with the mesmerizing “End of Beginning”, making a big leap of six places. Fueled by a TikTok viral trend, the track originally released in 2022 gains momentum online, securing its place in the Top 5 after only entering the Top 40 last week.

Reaching a significant milestone, Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign make their joint debut in the Top 10 with the track “Carnival”. securing the ninth position. This notable accomplishment signifies Kanye West’s impressive 22nd entry into the UK Top 10 Singles Chart and marks Ty Dolla $ign’s fourth appearance in this chart.

Ella Henderson and Rudimental’s collaboration, “Alibi”, climbs to another peak at Number 11, hinting at a potential entry into the UK Top 10 in the coming week. Natasha Bedingfield’s iconic pop song “Unwritten” experiences a resurgence, reaching a new peak at Number 12 after its digital release of “Anyone But You”. Could it jump up further and claim a new peak on the UK Official Singles Chart? Its highest peak, to date, is Number 6 back in 2004

Other notable movements include Calvin Harris & Rag’n’Bone Man’s ascent to Number 13 with “Lovers in a Past Life” and SZA’s Top 20 debut with “Saturn” at Number 15, marking her 13th UK Top 40 hit.

As the music scene anticipates the BRIT Awards this weekend, Rising Star winners The Last Dinner Party soar to a new peak at Number 16 with “Nothing Matters”, promising further momentum post-ceremony—we expect a UK Top 10 next week.

Continuing their chart journey, the musical duo Kygo & Ava Max make a noteworthy ascent, climbing three spots to secure the 17th position with their collaborative track, “Whatever”. Meanwhile, the UK charts welcome Central Cee’s latest hit, “I Will”, as it makes a brand-new entry at Number 18, marking the artist’s impressive 24th appearance in the UK Top 40.

US singer-songwriter Michael Marcagi showcases a steady rise with his compelling single “Scared To Start”, making a remarkable leap of nine places to claim the 22nd position. The artist’s persistent momentum on the charts reflects the growing popularity of his captivating musical offerings.

Official single cover artwork for "TEXAS HOLD 'EM" which sees Beyoncé posing with a country hat, a matching black jacket, and a metal two-piece underwear set.

In a dynamic display, Good Neighbours, a rising talent in the music scene, achieves a notable milestone as their debut single “Home” reaches a new peak. The track climbs an impressive four places week-on-week, securing the 26th position and underlining the growing success of this promising newcomer in the UK charts.

The charts also welcome fresh talent, with artists like Pozer, Bryson Tiller, Muni Long, and Irish DJ duo NewEra making their debut appearances in the UK Top 40. Pozer’s “Kitchen Stove” secures the 29th position, while Bryson Tiller’s “Whatever She Wants” claims Number 31. Muni Long celebrates her first UK Top 40 single with the viral hit “Made For Me” at Number 37, and Irish DJ duo NewEra enters the charts at Number 40 with “Birds In The Sky”.

The UK Singles Chart continues to show its diversity within popular music with Beyoncé bringing country music to the forefront with “TEXAS HOLD ‘EM” at Number 1. How long can she stay atop the charts? You can check out the full chart on the Official Charts Company website.

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