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Beyoncé’s “TEXAS HOLD ‘EM” Tops UK Chart for Fourth Straight Week, Solidifying Her Reign

by Jonathan Currinn
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Beyoncé continues to reign supreme atop the UK Official Singles Chart for the fourth consecutive week with her hit track “TEXAS HOLD ‘EM”, solidifying her status as one of music’s reigning queens. This milestone not only marks another impressive achievement for the superstar but also sets a new personal record in her illustrious career.

“TEXAS HOLD ‘EM”, the sixth UK Number 1 single that Queen Bey has had, marks the first official release from her highly anticipated upcoming album “COWBOY CARTER”, and has proven to be a chart-topping sensation, surpassing Beyoncé’s previous records. It now stands as her longest-running chart-topper on the UK Official Singles Chart, surpassing the three-week reigns of iconic tracks like 2003’s “Crazy In Love” featuring Jay-Z and 2007’s “Beautiful Liar” with Shakira. Even her earlier successes as a member of Destiny’s Child, with hits like 2000’s “Independent Women” and 2001’s “Survivor”, pale in comparison to the unprecedented chart success of “TEXAS HOLD ‘EM”.

In a close race for the top spot, Benson Boone’s “Beautiful Things” narrowly missed out on clinching Number 1, coming in at Number 2 with just 1,700 chart units shy of the pinnacle. However, with such a strong showing, Boone remains a contender for the coveted top position in the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, Ariana Grande makes a noteworthy entrance onto the chart with her latest single “we can’t be friends (wait for your love)”, debuting at Number 3 and marking her 22nd UK Top 10 hit. Additionally, Grande’s previous hit track “yes, and?” experiences a resurgence, climbing five spots to Number 6, while her disco-infused breakup anthem “bye” makes its debut at Number 13; this is all due to her brand new album, titled “eternal sunshine” going on to top the UK Official Albums Chart.

Other notable movements on the chart include Michael Marcagi’s “Scared To Start” reaching a new peak at Number 14, Billie Eilish’s former Number 1 “What Was I Made For?” re-entering the Top 40 at Number 16 following its Oscar win for Best Original Song and a new 7” vinyl release, and Bryson Tiller’s “Whatever She Wants” climbing three places to Number 17. Additionally, US R&B singer-songwriter 4batz secures his Official UK Chart debut with “act ii – date @ 8,” featuring Drake, entering at Number 18.

As “TEXAS HOLD ‘EM” continues its reign at the top, Beyoncé shows no signs of slowing down, reaffirming her status as a musical powerhouse and leaving fans eagerly anticipating the release of COWBOY CARTER.

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