It's the sixth cut from "4" to reach the tally, following "Run the World (Girls)" (No. 30), "Best Thing I Never Had" (No. 4), "Party" (No. 2), "Countdown" (No. 12) and "Love On Top" (No. 1)."
It marks the third time Bey' has claimed a quartet of top 10s from a single album. Her debut set "Dangerously In Love" and its follow-up, "B'Day," both notched four top 10s.
"Dance For You" also gives Beyoncé her 19th top 10 as a soloist, extending her lead for the most top 10s among female artists since 2000. Alicia Keys is a distant second with 14 top 10s in that time span, though she seems close to earning her 15th in the coming weeks.