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Beyoncé became the first black woman to top the Hot Country Songs Chart. 

Beyoncé's ability to move between pop, dance/electronic, and R&B is admirable.  

With her latest country smash, “Texas Hold ‘Em,” the 42-year-old Grammy winner has made history. 

After its unexpected Super Bowl release, the country-pop song debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs list.  

She became the first Black woman to top country charts. 

Her No. 1 debut follows Taylor Swift's 2021 Hot Country Songs chart top. 

Additionally, her second new country song, “16 Carriages,” debuted at No. 9 on the Hot Country Songs chart concurrently with “Texas Hold ‘Em.” 

In a lighthearted Verizon Super Bowl ad, “Can’t B Broken,” Beyoncé teased her new music.  

The artist runs a lemonade shop and performs in orbit to "break" Verizon's network. 

Finally, the vocalist responds, “OK, they ready. Remove the new music.” 

The artist then posted two new songs and announced Renaissance Act II, her eighth studio album, on her website like clockwork. 

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