Beyonce and Jhene Aiko have new number one charting singles to their credit this week.
Fresh off announcing the "On The Run" tour with Jay Z, Beyonce's hit single, "Partition," leaped to no.1 on the Dance Club Songs chart this week. Her twentieth song to do so on the chart, the single moved 2-1 to reach the summit.
"Beyonce scores her milestone 20th Dance Club Songs No. 1, as "Partition" pounces 2-1. Beyonce is just the third artist to tally at least 20 toppers in the chart's 38-year history: Madonna leads with 43, followed by Rihanna, with 22. Adding to the superstar diva shoutouts, Beyonce passes Janet Jackson, who's notched 19 No. 1s. Next up: Mariah Carey, with 17; her latest, "You're Mine (Eternal)" vacates the top spot (1-7) after crowning the chart last week," reports Billboard.
In related news, Jhene Aiko has a lot to celebrate with her single, "The Worst," making moves on the charts. According to Billboard, the song has jumped to the top spot on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.
"The Worst" is also performing well on the Urban AC (Adult Contemporary) chart where it holds at no.7 thanks an audience of 6.313 million. It's also at no.5 on the Adult R&B Indicator chart.