Beyoncé’s “Texas Hold ‘Em” Continues Reign Atop U.K. Charts

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Beyoncé’s Unstoppable Hit:

According to data released by the Official Charts Company, Beyoncé continues to reign at the top of the U.K. charts with her single “Texas Hold ‘Em,” expected to secure its fourth consecutive week as No. 1.

Record-Breaking Run:

If the trend persists, “Texas Hold ‘Em” will become Beyoncé’s longest-running No. 1 single in the U.K., surpassing the three-week reign of her 2003 smash hit “Crazy In Love.”

Grande’s Album Dominance:

Meanwhile, Ariana Grande is poised for her fifth U.K. No. 1 album with “Eternal Sunshine,” leading the Official Albums Chart Update. Tracks from the album, including “yes, and?” and “we can’t be friends (wait for your love),” are expected to make significant waves in the U.K. top 20.

Grande’s Stellar Performance:

Grande’s recent appearance on Saturday Night Live and the release of a “Slightly Deluxe” version of “Eternal Sunshine,” featuring additional tracks including a duet with Mariah Carey, have contributed to her success.

Oscars Influence:

Grande’s presence at the Academy Awards, where she presented an Oscar and performed, has also boosted her chart performance, with the song “What Was I Made For?” from the Barbie soundtrack making a return to the U.K. top 40.

Drake’s Impact:

Additionally, Drake’s remix of 4batz’s “act ii: date @ 8” is set to make a splash in the U.K. top 40, adding to the rapper’s extensive list of chart appearances.

Anticipation Builds:

Fans eagerly await the publication of the Official U.K. Singles Chart on Friday, March 15, to see how these musical heavyweights fare in the latest rankings.

Forbes Staff

Forbes Staff

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