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Madonna on the Billboard Hot 100

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Per Billboard:

Most Top 10s on Hot 100
(of course, Presley scored hits prior to the Hot 100's inception)

38, Madonna
34, the Beatles
28, Michael Jackson
28, Stevie Wonder
27, Mariah Carey
27, Janet Jackson
27, Elton John
25, Elvis Presley
25, Rihanna
23, Whitney Houston
23, the Rolling Stones

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http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/1558982/weekly-chart-notes-taylor-swift-ties-for-10th-most-top-40-hot

Here's an updated look at the acts with the most top 40 titles dating to the Hot 100's Aug. 4, 1958, launch:

80, Elvis Presley61, Lil Wayne57, Elton John51, "Glee" Cast50, the Beatles49, Madonna46, Stevie Wonder44, James Brown43, Aretha Franklin41, Marvin Gaye41, the Rolling Stones41, Taylor Swift

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http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/1557296/weekly-chart-notes-nicki-minaj-matches-mariah-careys-hot-100

http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/news/chart-alert/5785506/rihanna-scores-25th-hot-100-top-10-matching-elvis-presley

 

Most Hot 100 Entries, Female

73, Aretha Franklin
59, Taylor Swift
56, Madonna
56, Dionne Warwick
53, Connie Francis
48, Brenda Lee
48, Nicki Minaj
45, Mariah Carey
45, Rihanna
42, Miley Cyrus
41, Barbra Streisand
40, Mary J. Blige
40, Diana Ross

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http://todayinmadonnahistory.com/2014/06/28/today-in-madonna-history-june-28-1990/
Today in Madonna History: June 28, 1990

On June 27 1990, Madonna’s “Vogue†single was certified double platinum (2 million units) – the biggest-selling single by a female artist ever at the time.

Madonna's RIAA Certifed Singles
compiled by Chris Bigham

80s:
1. Borderline Gold 500,000
2. Like A Virgin Gold 1,000,000 (eligible for 1xp) - old certification rules
3. Crazy For You Gold 1,000,000 (eligible for 1xp) - old certification rules
4. Angel/Into The Groove Gold 1,000,000 (could be eligible for 1xp) - old certification rules
5. Papa Don't Preach Gold 500,000
6. True Blue Gold 500,000
7. Like A Prayer 1xp 1,000,000
8. Express Yourself Gold 500,000

90s:
9. Keep It Together Gold 500,000
10. Vogue 2xp 2,000,000
11. Hanky Panky Gold 500,000
12. Justify My Love 1xp 1,000,000
13. Rescue Me Gold 500,000
14. This Used To Be My Playground Gold 500,000
15. Erotica Gold 500,000
16. I'll Remember Gold 500,000
17. Secret Gold 500,000
18. Take A Bow Gold 500,000
19. You'll See Gold 500,000
20. You Must Love Me Gold 500,000
21. Frozen Gold 500,000
22. Ray of Light Gold 500,000

00s:
23. Music 1xp 1,000,000
24. Don't Tell Me Gold 500,000

Digital singles:

25. Hung Up 1xp 1,000,000 
26. 4 Minutes 2xp 2,000,000 (eligible for 3xp)

10s:
27. Give Me All Your Lovin' Gold, 500,000 

Total: 20xp

Gold: 27
Platinum: 6
Multi-Platinum: 2

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Fact: Madonna sent 7 singles into the top 10 on the Billboard Dance Chart from her American Life album between 2002 and 2005. The singles American Life, Hollywood, Nothing Fails and Love Profusion along with Die Another Day all went to #1, Nobody Knows Me peaked at #4 finally Mother And Father at #9. To top this off, Madonna's collaboration with Britney Spears Me Against The Music also hit #1
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Compiled by HolidayGuy [PopJustice]
 
To recap, all of Madonna's U.S. singles- for those that didn't chart on the Hot 100 or Bubbling Under, but charted on relevant non-dance charts, I noted those peaks.

Singles released in the pre-digital era, that were maxi-only singles (for the CD era, excluding 45 vinyl singles): "Burning Up"/"Physical Attraction," "Into the Groove," "Don't Cy For Me Argentina," "What it Feels Like For a Girl," "Die Another Day," "Hollywood," "Me Against the Music," "Nothing Fails" and "Love Profusion"- were maxi-only singles. 

1. Everybody: BUBBLING UNDER THE HOT 100[/size]: No. 7
2. Burning Up/Physical Attraction: DID NOT CHART
3. Holiday: No. 16
4. Borderline: No. 10
5. Lucky Star: No. 4
6. Like a Virgin: No. 1
7. Material Girl: No. 2
8. Crazy For You: No. 1
9. Angel: No. 5
10. Into the Groove
RADIO & RECORDS CHR/POP AIRPLAY CHART[/size]: No. 6
VARIETY SINGLES SALES CHART[/size]: No. 1
ARC WEEKLY TOP 40: No. 3
11. Dress You Up: No. 5
12. Live to Tell: No. 1
13. Papa Don't Preach: No. 1
14. True Blue: No. 3
15. Open Your Heart: No. 1
16. La Isla Bonita: No. 4
17. Who's That Girl: No. 1
18. Causing a Commotion: No. 2
19. Spotlight: HOT 100 AIRPLAY[/size]: No. 32
20. Like a Prayer: No. 1
21. Express Yourself: No. 2
22. Cherish: No. 2
23. Oh Father: No. 20
24. Keep it Together: No. 8
25. Vogue: No. 1
26. Hanky Panky: No. 10
27. Justify My Love: No. 1
28. Rescue Me: No. 9
29. This Used to Be My Playground: No. 1
30. Erotica: No. 3
31. Deeper and Deeper: No. 7
32. Bad Girl: No. 36
33. Rain: No. 14
34. I'll Remember: No. 2
35. Secret: No. 3
36. Take a Bow: No. 1
37. Bedtime Story: No. 42
38. Human Nature: No. 46
39. You'll See: No. 6/20 weeks
40. Love Don't Live Here Anymore: No. 78
41. You Must Love Me: No. 18
42. Don't Cry For Me Argentina: No. 8
43. Frozen: No. 2
45. Ray of Light: No. 5
46. The Power of Good-Bye: No. 11
47. Nothing Really Matters: No. 93
48. Beautiful Stranger: No. 19 (No commercial release)
49. American Pie: No. 29 (No commercial release)
50. Music: No. 1
51. Don't Tell Me: No. 4
52. What it Feels Like For a Girl: No. 23
53. Die Another Day: No. 8
54. Santa Baby: HOT 100 SINGLES RECURRENT[/size]: No. 24
55. American Life: No. 37
56. Hollywood: DID NOT CHART (No. 35 Adult Top 40)
57. Me Against the Music: No. 35
58. Nothing Fails: DID NOT CHART
59. Love Profusion: DID NOT CHART
60. Hung Up: No. 7
61. Sorry: No. 58
62. Get Together: BUBBLING UNDER THE HOT 100:[/size] No. 6
63. Jump: BUBBLING UNDER THE HOT 100: No. 5
64. Hey You: DID NOT CHART
65. 4 Minutes: No. 3
66. Give it 2 Me: No. 57
67. Miles Away: DID NOT CHART
68. Celebration: No. 71
69. Revolver: DID NOT CHART
70. Give Me All Your Luvin': No. 10
71. Girl Gone Wild: BUBBLING UNDER THE HOT 100[/size]: No. 6
72. Turn Up the Radio: DID NOT CHART
73. Living For Love: BUBBLING UNDER THE HOT 100[/size]: No. 8
74. Ghosttown: DID NOT CHART (No. 18 Adult Contemporary/No. 38 Adult Top 40)
75. Bitch I'm Madonna: No. 84*

Additional Note:[/size]
Sidewalk Talk: No. 18
(Madonna is uncredited on this track, but her vocals are featured prominently)

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Surprised Mariah was higher than MJ ??? Thats criminal ? :(((

As a solo artist, Michael didn't have nearly as many hits as people think. Now if you add his hits with the Jackson 5 into the equation he would be in the top 3 battling out with the Beatles and Madonna.

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As a solo artist, Michael didn't have nearly as many hits as people think. Now if you add his hits with the Jackson 5 into the equation he would be in the top 3 battling out with the Beatles and Madonna.

Makes sense i guess 

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