Beyoncé is now the second artist in history to reach No.1 on the Billboard charts, having a hit record in each of the past four decades!



Beyoncé first reached No.1 during her Destiny Child days – the year was 1999 and the single, ‘Bills, Bills, Bills.’




Within that same year, DC scored another No.1 hit with ‘Say My Name.’




In 2001, DC landed in the No.1 spot yet again for their massive track, ‘Independent Woman, Pt.1’ (Charlie’s Angels Soundtrack.)




Two years later, Beyoncé is now a solo artist and her solo-debut single, ‘Crazy In Love’ reached No.1, as well as her second solo single, ‘Baby Boy.’




In 2017, Beyoncé teamed up with Ed Sheeran for the ‘Perfect Remix’ and yes, that too reached No.1.




And lastly, the ‘Savage Remix’ with Megan The Stallion – that also reached No.1 this past week.



Beyoncé now follows Mariah Carey on this massive music accomplishment.  Check out the rest of Destiny’s Child and Beyoncé’s (solo) No.1 hits below.


Destiny’s Child


‘No, No, No Pt. 2’ (Album: Destiny’s Child, 1998)

‘Bug A Boo’ (Album: The Writing’s on the Wall, 1999)

‘Jumpin’ Jumpin” (Album: The Writing’s on the Wall, 1999)

‘Survivor’ (Album: Survivor, 2001)

‘Bootylicious (Album: Survivor, 2001)

‘Emotion’ (Album: Survivor, 2001)

‘Soldier’ (Album: Destiny Fulfilled, 2004)

‘Girl’ (Album: Destiny Fulfilled, 2004)

‘Cater 2 U’ (Album: Destiny Fulfilled, 2004)

‘Lose My Breath’ (Album: Destiny Fulfilled, 2004)

‘Stand Up for Love’ (Album: Stand Up for Love, 2005)




‘Check On It’ (Album: Speak My Mind, 2005)

‘Deja Vu’ (Album: B-Day, 2006)

‘Ring the Alarm’ (Album: B-Day, 2006)

‘Irreplaceable’ (Album: B-Day, 2006)

‘Beautiful Liar’ w. Shakira (Album: B-Day, 2006)

‘Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)’ (Album: I Am … Sasha Fierce, 2008)

‘Halo’ (Album: I Am … Sasha Fierce, 2008)

‘Sweet Dreams’ (Album: I Am … Sasha Fierce, 2008)

‘Diva’ (Album: I Am … Sasha Fierce, 2008)

‘Why Don’t You Love Me’ (Album: I Am … Sasha Fierce, 2008)

‘Video Phone’ w. Lady Gaga (Album: I Am … Sasha Fierce, 2008)

‘Telephone’ w. Lady Gaga (Album: The Fame Monster, 2010)

‘Run the World (Girls)’ (Album: 4, 2011)

‘Best Thing I Never Had’ (Album: 4, 2011)

‘Countdown’ (Album: 4, 2011)

‘Love on Top’ (Album: 4, 2011)

‘Blow’ (Album: Beyoncé, 2013)

‘Partition’ (Album: Beyoncé, 2013)

‘Pretty Hurts’ (Album: Beyoncé, 2013)

‘7/11’ (Album: Beyoncé: Platinum Edition, 2014)

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