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Beyoncé ascends to the top of Billboard's country music chart, becoming the first Black woman to do so. 

Beyoncé became Billboard's first Black female country music chart topper. 

The Grammy winner's latest track “Texas Hold ‘Em” topped the country airplay chart this week.  

On Feb. 11, during the Super Bowl, she released the song and "16 Carriages," which debuted at No. 9. 

Both tracks are expected on Beyoncé's March 29 country-themed album, "act ii." 

This is the follow-up to her 2022 album “Renaissance,” also known as “Act I: Renaissance.” 

After her Verizon Super Bowl commercial this month, Beyoncé unveiled her full-length new album. 

According to Billboard, Beyoncé is the first woman to top the Hot Country Songs and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts since 1958. 

Justin Bieber, Billy Ray Cyrus, and Ray Charles are the only others to top both. 

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