What is Beyoncé’s #1 “Billboard” Hot 100?

There is no denying that Beyonce is one of the greatest singers of our generation. But just what a great hit singer is she? With “Break My Soul”, the lead single from her latest album, regenerationburning the charts, and now may be the perfect time to reflect on all the other times Beyoncé has been at No. 1 on the charts billboard Hot 100. Beyonce’s chart history shows that since 2003 Dangerously in lovestarting with the album’s first and second singles.

“Baby Boy”

The second single from Dangerously in love See Beyonce collaborate with ballroom artist Sean Paul and draw inspiration from South Asian music styles.The single also appeared on Seal Paul’s second album in 2002 responsibility rock. It stayed on the charts for a total of nine weeks, making it Beyoncé’s longest-running single before 2007. Ironically, it was replaced by “irreplaceable”.

“Break My Soul”

It might surprise some, given Beyoncé’s pop culture dominance over the past 20 years, that “Break My Soul” is actually Beyoncé’s first solo single since. billboard Made changes, including flows in its diagrams. The chart-topping song of the same name, “Drunk In Love,” reached No. 2, while Lemonade’s Formation reached No. 10.

“check”

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Originally recorded on Pink Pantherthis 2005 collaboration with fellow Houstonian Slim Thug ended up on Destiny’s Child’s Hottest Album of 2005 #1instead of (and Birthday). Produced by Swizz Beatz, it rose to fame for its popularity on the radio — probably thanks in part to Thug’s presence as he got a wave of goodwill from Mike Jones’ “Still Tippin.”

“Crazy Love”

Widely regarded as Beyonce’s “official” debut single (Justice for “Work It Out”), the lead single from Dangerously in love Produced by Rich Harrison and starring Bey’s future husband Jay-Z. It also spawned a wave of go-go and funk-influenced hits throughout the 2000s, largely pioneered by Harrison himself, as other stars clamored to repeat Beyoncé’s success.

“Irreplaceable”

Written by Ne-Yo and heralding Beyonce’s interest in country (though it was adapted as a pop R&B ballad), “Irreplaceable” is the third single from Beyonce’s second album, BirthdayAfter the moderate success of “Déjà Vu” and “Ring the Alarm”, Bey returned to the top of the charts as the 25th most successful song of the 2000s.

“perfect”

“Perfect” was one of two Beyoncé picks on the Hot 100 as she appeared in a duet version of Ed Sheeran’s 2017 hit. The third single from ÷ (at least in the US), the duet version accounted for 18% of the song’s sales, propelling it to the top of the charts, becoming No. 2 for Sheeran and No. 6 for Beyonce.

“barbarous”

In 2020, Beyoncé showed off her rap skills as she took her seventh place after teaming up with smash hit Megan Thee Stallion for another Houston jam session. In addition to benefiting Houston’s COVID-19 relief efforts, the song brought new attention to OnlyFans after a duel with Nicki Minaj on a remix of another feminist anthem, Doja Cat’s “Say So.”

“Single Ladies (Put the Ring on)”

Perhaps one of Bey’s most inescapable anthems, the second single from Beyonce’s third studio album in 2008 I’m…Sasha Fierce In the year since its release, it has reigned supreme, becoming a meme, winning three Grammys, and spawning parodies, tributes and downright parodies that have made it nearly ubiquitous. It was also the driving force behind Kanye’s infamous stage-crash scene at the 2009 VMAs, arguably indirectly launching a decade of Taylor Swift-influenced pop.

Some of the artists featured here are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

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