Beyoncé “Texas Hold ‘Em” Makes a Splash in the U.K. Top 10

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Beyoncé continues to dominate the music industry, with her latest track, "Texas Hold 'Em," storming into the top ten of the UK charts.
Beyoncé continues to dominate the music industry, with her latest track, "Texas Hold 'Em," storming into the top ten of the UK charts.

Beyoncé continues to assert her dominance in the music industry as her latest single, “Texas Hold ‘Em,” storms into the U.K. top 10 charts. 

The track, serving as the first glimpse of her upcoming album Renaissance Act II under Columbia/Parkwood Entertainment, debuts impressively at No. 9 on the Official U.K. Singles Chart, published Friday, Feb. 16. 

This achievement marks Beyoncé’s remarkable 22nd appearance in the U.K. top 10 singles list, setting the stage for the highly anticipated Act II, which will be her eighth studio album, with four of her previous records having soared to No. 1 in the U.K.

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s Vultures 1 Dominates Charts:

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign make their waves as three tracks from their collaborative project, Vultures 1 (YZY), penetrate the Official Chart, hitting the top 20. 

Notably, “Carnival” claims the highest spot at No. 12, followed by “Burn” at No. 17, and “Back To Me” at No. 18. This feat underscores the duo’s prowess in capturing the attention of audiences across the U.K.

Noah Kahan Continues Reign at No. 1:

Maintaining an impressive streak, Noah Kahan’s “Stick Season” (Republic Records) retains its stronghold at the top of the tally for the seventh consecutive week. Kahan achieves his first-ever U.K. chart double as his accompanying album ascends to the summit of the Official U.K. Albums Chart. 

Furthermore, a new rendition of the Stick Season album introduces the track “Forever,” securing Kahan his fifth U.K. top 40 single, with a debut at No. 31.

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Benson Boone Hold Strong Positions:

Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s infectious hit “Murder On The Dancefloor” (Polydor) maintains its No. 2 position on the Official Singles Chart, closely trailed by Benson Boone’s “Beautiful Things” (Warner Records) at No. 3, marking a new peak for the talented 21-year-old singer-songwriter from Washington.

YG Marley, grandson of the legendary Bob Marley and son of Ms. Lauryn Hill, ascends to new heights as “Praise Jah in the Moonlight” (YG Marley Music) climbs to No. 5 on the charts, marking a career milestone for the emerging artist.

Wes Nelson and Craig David’s Collaboration Debuts in Top 40:

English singer and TV presenter Wes Nelson secures a top 40 debut alongside R&B favorite Craig David with their collaboration “Abracadabra” (Moor), entering the charts at No. 37. 

The duo’s electrifying live performance on ITV’s Love Island All Stars propels Nelson to his fourth U.K. top 40 single. It adds another accolade to David’s impressive repertoire, marking his 26th appearance on the charts.

Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” Reenters Top 40 Following Grammy Performance:

In a remarkable comeback, Tracy Chapman’s timeless classic “Fast Car” (Rhino) reenters the top 40 following her rare performance of the ’80s hit at the 2024 Grammy Awards. 

Chapman’s collaboration with country star Luke Combs on the Grammys stage on Feb. 4 revitalizes interest in the iconic track, originally released in 1988. 

Notably, “Fast Car” peaked at No. 4 in 2011 and gained renewed popularity among country audiences through Combs’ heartfelt rendition featured on 2023’s Gettin’ Old, securing its place once again in the U.K. charts at No. 38.

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