Beyoncé Breaks Out Of A Tie With Taylor Swift

Later this month, Beyoncé will release Cowboy Carter, her first country album. 

The lead track, “Texas Hold ‘Em,” is still climbing Billboard charts, kicking off the album. 

The country song is a radio hit, and it's helped Queen Bey break a tie with one of the most successful country artists—or any genre—ever.

The Radio Songs chart, which monitors the most popular songs on all U.S. radio stations, includes “Texas Hold ‘Em” this week. The song rises from No. 12 to No. 10, its highest rank.

“Texas Hold ‘Em” becomes Beyoncé's twenty-first personal top-10 Radio Songs chart placing.

Billboard reports that the superstar and Justin Bieber have matched for fourth-most Nos. 1 and 10 appearances in history with 21 singles.

Rihanna has the most Radio Songs top 10s of all artists. 

The Barbadian pop sensation and beauty mogul was the first to have 30 radio top 10 hits years ago.

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