Beyoncé's remix to J Balvin's hit "Mi Gente" has not only looked to benefit hurricane and earthquake relief charities, but has also assisted the singer in making history on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Now that the track is well on its way to nabbing the #3 spot next week, according to Idolator, Beyoncé will become one of only seven female artists to have achieved Top 10 hits for a span of 20 years.
She first appeared in the Top 10 in 1993 with Destiny's Child's "No, No, No," which went to No.3. She then nabbed the No.4 spot as a guest on JAY-Z's "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" in 2002. And she finally hit No.1, as a solo artist to boot, with 2003's "Crazy in Love."
Idolator reports that Bey follows behind Cher, who's notched 33 years of Top 10-hitmaking, Madonna (28),and Tina Turner and Dionne Warwick (22). She's tied 20 years with Diana Ross and Aretha Franklin.