As far as albums go, Beyonce is one of the few acts who can truly boast of never having a commercial ‘bomb’.
However, five years after scoring her last #1 single, it seems the Pepsi belle is well on her way to reclaiming the singles chart following her ‘Super Bowl 2013′ extravaganza in New Orleans last night.
Find out why below…
Minutes after her set at the sporting event ended, the star watched her single ‘Halo’ creep back into the iTunes Top 100 and claim the #37 spot, one place beneath Rihanna‘s ‘Pour It Up‘.
Now, the Ryan Tedder penned single (pulled from 2008’s ‘I AM…Sasha Fierce‘) has risen further and now holds the #26 position, outselling Carrie Underwood‘s ‘Two Black Cadillacs’ and Rihanna’s smash hit, ‘Diamonds’.
As if that wasn’t enough, her 2011 LP ‘4‘ has flown back in to the Top 40 to claim the #21 spot two years after release, while her debut album ‘Dangerously In Love‘ re-enters the Top 100 to sit pretty at #65, ten years after its June 24th 2003 arrival.
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