Beyoncé hasn’t released any new music, but she’s still make moves on the Billboard charts. The R&B star achieved a major milestone by passing Nicki Minaj with having the most Top 10 hits on the Billboard Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop chart. Queen Bey can thank DJ Khaled for that.
According to Billboard, Khaled’s latest single “Top Off” featuring JAY-Z, Future and Beyoncé jumped from No. 13 to No. 9 this week. This marks Bey’s 30th top 10 R&B/Hip-Hop hit and passes Minaj (who has 26 hits) among women with the most top 10s in R&B/Hip-Hop chart history. Among the superstar’s 30 top hits, 12 have reached to No. 1, which is another record among women.
Beyoncé’s new milestone places her seventh on the all-time list. Drake leads the tally with 56 hits, followed by Lil Wayne (54), Chris Brown (48), JAY-Z (35), Usher (32) and T.I. (31).
Meanwhile, Beyoncé is gearing up to present an exciting show for the fans at the upcoming Coachella Music & Arts Festival next weekend in Indio, Calif. According to reports, Bey has hired over 100 dancers for her performance.
While there's no telling if this was always the plan, things sure seem to be heating up as she preps for her performance. She's also reportedly pull 11-hour rehearsal days at a Los Angeles-area studio.
Beyoncé will close out Coachella on April 14 and then on April 21.