Beyoncé Ties Michael Jackson on Top 40 Hits with ‘Black Parade’

Beyoncé has landed her 40th top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with her single “Black Parade.” The song comes in at No. 37 on the most recent chart, tying her with legendary Michael Jackson.

“Black Parade” is the top-selling track in the United States this past week with 18,000 downloads for the week ending June 25, Billboard reports.

The song hits the No. 1 song on the Digital Song Sales chart and brought in 7.8 million streams in the week.

Beyoncé’s first Top 40 single was as a feature on her husband JAY-Z’s “03 Bonnie and Clyde” back in 2002, the most recent prior to “Black Parade” was also a feature in the “Savage (Remix).” The run for Michael Jackson started in 1971 with “Got to Be There,” with his most recent coming in 2018 alongside Drake on “Don’t Matter to Me.”

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