Friday, June 19, 2015


Though Rihanna has yet to announce any information on her next album she has a reason to celebrate with her fans. The singer has greatly surpasses chart-topping queen Beyoncé on the Billboard music charts. Some people who may not be a fans of her may wonder exactly how this could happen. 

Find out all the details below. 

The Barbados native's current radio single "Bitch Better Have My Money" has climbed to the top of the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart. Due to this major achievement this will be Riri's 23rd time that she's been on the charts. Beyoncé has only has 22 number 1's that have made it to the top of the music charts. 

Check out what Billboard had to say: 

"As for Rihanna, her “Bitch” was remixed by its own cast of EDM stars, including Diplo & GTA, Flosstradamus, R3hab and Michael Woods, among others.
Here’s an updated recap of Rihanna’s 23 Dance Club Songs leaders over the years. (For titles that spent multiple weeks at No. 1, total frames on top are noted in parentheses.)"
Rihanna’s BillboardDance Club Songs No. 1s

2005, “Pon De Replay”
2006, “SOS”
2006, “Unfaithful”
2007, “We Ride”
2007, “Umbrella,” feat. Jay-Z (two)

2007, “Don’t Stop the Music”

2007, “Shut Up and Drive”
2008, “Disturbia”
2010, “Russian Roulette”
2010, “Hard,” feat. Jeezy
2010, “Rude Boy”

2010, “Only Girl (In the World)”

2011, “Who’s That Chick?” (David Guetta feat. Rihanna)
2011, “S&M”
2011, “California King Bed”
2011, “We Found Love,” feat. Calvin Harris (two)
2012, “You Da One”

2012, “Where Have You Been”

2012, “Diamonds”
2013, “Right Now,” feat. David Guetta
2013, “What Now”
2014, “Can’t Remember to Forget You” (Shakira feat. Rihanna)

2015, "Bitch Better Have My Money"

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