Beyonce is the first black woman to top Country Song charts


The Beehive is buzzing, as Beyonce has officially become the first black woman to reach number one on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

The “Dangerously in Love” singer has topped the charts with her new single, “Texas Hold ‘Em.”

Billboard revealed yesterday (February 20) that both “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages” have made their way onto the charts, with “16 Carriages” debuting at number 9.

Both songs were surprise releases during Bey’s Verizon commercial during the Super Bowl LV11, which was held on February 11.

The songs are part of her upcoming album, Renaissance Act II, which is expected to drop on March 29.