Beyoncé bagged her first urban airplay chart-topper of the "4" era yesterday when "Party" dethroned the charmingly titled "Niggas In Paris". That sound you hear is a heavily pregnant woman snatching your fave's wig. It's funny. When Bey announced dual 3rd singles in the States, I thought "Countdown" would be the runaway hit. That glorious anthem is still a standout for me but, like the equally awesome "Get Me Bodied", it just didn't work. Instead, urban fans have latched onto Kanye's breezy joint. The song has climbed to #54 on the Billboard Hot 100 based on airplay alone (it's not even top 200 on iTunes), so it will be interesting to see how much higher it can go. Perhaps it's a slow burn smash. In any case, Queen B is reconnecting with R&B fans and that's a good thing. With Rihanna making disposable dance music, Bey has the genre to herself. That is until Ms Kelly releases "Motivation 2012".