Beyoncé's 'Cuff It' Matches 'Halo' as Her Longest-Charting Solo Single

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Beyoncé's solo discography spans two decades and is packed with megahits, including "Crazy in Love," "Drunk in Love," and "Irreplaceable."

However, to the surprise of many, her 2009 power ballad "Halo" has risen above the rest in several ways.

Composed by Ryan Tedder and featured on her 2008 album "I Am...Sasha Fierce," the song did not reach the top of the Hot 100 during its peak popularity, peaking at #5.

Nonetheless, it has received enduring critical acclaim and is certified 9x Platinum in the United States, tying it with "Single Ladies," another song from the same album, as her highest-grossing commercial performer to date.

The refreshed edition of the Hot 100 shows that "Halo" is now her longest-running hit on the chart, sharing the title with "Cuff It," a song from her 2022 chart-topping LP "Renaissance."

Despite the lack of a music video or extensive promotion, "Cuff It" has become one of the most successful hits of the last year and one of Beyoncé's most successful overall, sitting at #22 on the updated Hot 100, 31 weeks after its release.

If "Cuff It" remains on the Hot 100 for just one more week, it will surpass "Halo" as Beyoncé's longest-charting solo song.

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