Honey Dijon photographed by Jakub Koziel for Gay Times Magazine

Honey Dijon and TS Madison made history as the first trans women to land a top 40 hit single on the Billboard Hot 100.

The duo are credited as co-writers on Beyoncé’s song Cozy, which featured on her latest album, Renaissance.

The track debuted at #30.

Cozy features excerpts from a monologue by Madison in 2020, in response to the Black Lives Matter protests.

The TV personality said: “I’m dark brown, dark skin, light skin, bеige; fluorescent bеige, bitch, I’m Black.”

Acclaimed house DJ Dijon co-wrote and co-produced Alien Superstar, one of the standout tracks from Beyoncé’s seventh studio album.

Alien Superstar also cracked the Top 40 and came in at #19.

Only a handful of other LGBTQ+ musicians achieved what Dijon and Madison have.

One third of classic girl group Labelle, Nona Hendryx, made it onto the charts with 1974 hit Lady Marmalade.

Dijon also produced a remix of the album’s lead single, Break My Soul, which is featured on an EP of remixes from artists including will.i.am, Terry Hunter and Nita Aviance.

Hendryx identities as bisexual and collaborated with gay songwriter Bob Crewe on the hit.

More recently, non-binary musician Sam Smith appeared on the list with Love Me More.

You can listen to Cozy below or by clicking here.