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Beyoncé Sends All 16 Songs From 'Renaissance' Onto Billboard Hot 100

Klaudia//August 9, 2022
Beyoncé charts all 16 songs from her new album Renaissance on the latest Billboard Hot 100 (dated Aug. 13).

Leading Beyoncé’s total on the Hot 100 is the album’s single, “Break My Soul,” which jumps 6-1, becoming her eighth solo No. 1.

Here’s a recap of Beyoncé’s entries on the newest Hot 100. (All are debuts except for “Break My Soul.”)

Rank, Title

No. 1, “Break My Soul” (up from No. 6; first week at No. 1)
No. 13, “Cuff It”
No. 19, “Alien Superstar”
No. 22, “Church Girl”
No. 26, “I’m That Girl”
No. 27, “Energy,” feat. BEAM
No. 30, “Cozy”
No. 41, “Plastic Off the Sofa”
No. 43, “Virgo’s Groove”
No. 47, “Summer Renaissance”
No. 51, “Heated”
No. 53, “Thique”
No. 55, “Move,” feat. Grace Jones & Tems
No. 64, “Pure/Honey”
No. 69, “America Has a Problem”
No. 70, “All Up in Your Mind”

With 15 debuts, Beyoncé ups her career total to 81 solo Hot 100 entries, dating to her first, her featured turn on Jay-Z’s “’03 Bonnie & Clyde,” which debuted on the Oct. 26, 2002-dated list and reached No. 4 that December. She followed with her first charted hit as a lead, “Crazy in Love” (featuring Jay-Z), which reigned for eight weeks beginning in July 2003.

Beyoncé passes Aretha Franklin (73) and Ariana Grande (70) for the third-most Hot 100 entries among solo women in the chart’s 64-year history, after Taylor Swift (168) and Nicki Minaj (123). Drake leads all acts with 276. (As a member of Destiny’s Child, she earned 14 entries from 1997 to 2005.)

Additionally, Beyoncé has now earned 47 solo top 40 Hot 100 hits. That’s the fifth-most of among solo women, after Taylor Swift (86), Nicki Minaj (64), Rihanna (51) and Madonna (49).