Beyoncé’s “Cuff It” is now her longest-charting solo song

Carlijn Jacobs

Beyoncé and Lady Gaga‘s “Telephone,” once Bey’s longest-charting solo song on the Billboard Hot 100, has been replaced by her Renaissance single “Cuff It.” Billboard reports the song accomplished the feat after spending 34 weeks on the chart; “Telephone” previously held on for a 33-week run.

“Cuff It” now sits at #34, atop other Bey singles that have spent over 20 weeks on the Hot 100. “Halo” spent 31 weeks on the chart; “Mi Gente” and “Irreplaceable” were on the list for 30; and “Baby Boy” and “Sweet Dreams” had 29-week runs. “Check On It” (28), “Crazy In Love” (27), “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” (27), “Until The End of Time” (25) and “Me, Myself And I” (24) are some of Bey’s other longest-charting songs.

“Cuff It” was released as a single in September, later making its way to the Hot 100 in January 2023. The song was accompanied by a TikTok dance/challenge that Bey shared on her Instagram. “Cuff It (Wetter Remix),” a mashup with Twista‘s 2009 song “Wetter,” was released in February.

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