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Madonna - Billboard Hot 100 HitsAll of Madonna's singles to enter Billboard's Hot 100 Singles Chart, from 1983 to the present...

And now there's also 'Bitch I'm Madonna'

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https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8070805/taylor-swift-end-game-top-40-hot-100-chart-moves

 

Artists With the Most Top 40 Hot 100 Hits

80, Elvis Presley
71, Lil Wayne
67, Drake
57, Elton John
55, Taylor Swift *new total*
51, Glee Cast
50, The Beatles
49, Madonna
49, Rihanna
47, JAY-Z

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https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8070893/mariah-carey-all-i-want-for-christmas-is-you-hot-100-top-10

Most Top 10 Hot 100 Hits

38, Madonna
34, The Beatles
31, Rihanna
29, Michael Jackson
28, Mariah Carey 
28, Stevie Wonder
27, Janet Jackson
27, Elton John

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https://www.billboard.com/articles/events/greatest-of-all-time/8053982/madonna-barbra-streisand-leann-rimes-adele-greatest-of-all-time-charts-hot-100-billboard-200

 

Greatest of All-Time Charts: Madonna, Barbra Streisand, Adele & LeAnn Rimes Are Hot 100 & Billboard 200's Leading Ladies

11/30/2017 by Gary Trust

BILLBOARD HOT 100

Greatest of All-Time Hot 100 Women Artists / Greatest of All-Time Hot 100 Songs by Women

Madonna (Billboard's 2016 woman of the year) reigns as the all-time top-performing female artist since the Hot 100 launched in the issue dated Aug. 4, 1958. She boasts a record (among all acts) 38 top 10s, including 12 No. 1s.
Mariah Carey is the No. 2 all-time female Hot 100 artist, powered by her 18 No. 1s, the most of any soloist (as well has her 79 cumulative weeks at the summit, a record among all acts). Janet Jackson, Whitney Houston and Rihanna – the lattermost of whom has earned the second-most No. 1s among solo artists, 14, despite not notching her first until 2005 – round out the top five.

LeAnn Rimes' smash "How Do I Live" is the all-time No. 1 Hot 100 hit by a female. Despite peaking at No. 2 on Dec. 13, 1997, the ballad – penned by a superstar female writer: Diane Warren – charted for 69 weeks, the most for a title by a woman. It also spent 27 weeks in the top five, a record matched only by The Chainsmokers' "Closer" (featuring Halsey) this March.
The Nos. 2 through 5 all-time top Hot 100 hits by women, respectively, are Olivia Newton-John's 10-week 1981-82 No. 1 "Physical"; Debby Boone's "You Light Up My Life" (the first song, in 1977, to top the Hot 100 for 10 weeks); Carey's 14-week 2005 leader "We Belong Together"; and Toni Braxton's 1996-97 No. 1 "Un-Break My Heart."

BILLBOARD 200

Greatest of All-Time Billboard 200 Women Artists / Greatest of All-Time Billboard 200 Albums by Women

Barbra Streisand is the all-time queen of the Billboard 200 (since Aug. 17, 1963, when separate stereo and mono listings were combined into one weekly survey). She has logged 34 top 10 albums, the most among soloists, including 11 No. 1s, the most among women.
Taylor Swift is the No. 2 Billboard 200 female artist. Billboard's woman of the year for 2011 and 2014 arrived on the chart in 2006 and has posted twin 11-week leaders (2008's Fearless and 2014's 1989) among her dominant discography, which includes her newest and fifth topper, Reputation. Rounding out the top five, Swift is followed by, in order, Carey, Houston (the woman with the most total weeks atop the Billboard 200: 46) and Madonna.

Adele (the No. 6 female artist) reigns with the top Billboard 200 album by a woman: 21, which topped the tally for 24 weeks beginning March 12, 2011, the longest rule for an album by a solo female in the chart's history.
The rest of the Billboard 200's all-time top five among women: Swift's Fearless (No. 2); Alanis Morissette's 1995 alt-rock opus Jagged Little Pill (No. 3); Carole King's signature 1971 set Tapestry (No. 4); and Swift's 1989 (No. 5).

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https://www.billboard.com/charts/greatest-hot-100-women-artists

GREATEST OF ALL TIME HOT 100 WOMEN ARTISTS

1 Madonna
2 Mariah Carey
3 Janet Jackson
4 Whitney Houston
5 Rihanna

https://www.billboard.com/charts/greatest-hot-100-songs-by-women

GREATEST OF ALL TIME HOT 100 SONGS BY WOMEN

37 Like A Virgin by Madonna
63 Vogue by Madonna
88 Crazy For You by Madonna
89 Take A Bow by Madonna

and...

 

https://www.billboard.com/charts/greatest-billboard-200-women-artists
GREATEST OF ALL TIME BILLBOARD 200 WOMEN ARTISTS

5 Madonna

https://www.billboard.com/charts/greatest-billboard-200-albums-by-women

GREATEST OF ALL TIME BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS BY WOMEN

48 True Blue by Madonna
65 Like A Virgin by Madonna

I'm surprised she is #5 on Billboard 200 artists. Madonna, TB, LAV, TIC and ROL spent a lot of time on the charts.

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Most Top 10 Hot 100 Hits

 

38, Madonna

34, The Beatles

31, Rihanna

29, Michael Jackson

28, Mariah Carey 

28, Stevie Wonder

27, Janet Jackson

27, Elton John

Sorry Rihanna & Mariah Carey fans i just don't get why there on the top hot 100 hits. IMO I never even listen to Rihanna i have listened to mariah carey. Only one song because it was a break up song. 

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Lets not forget all those newer artists Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Drake and Lil Wayne pretty much feature on every other artists songs so imo they dont count as solo songs and shouldnt be included ? you only have to look at the singles charts in the last 10 years and every song is "someone feat. someone feat someone - its like they cant make any songs on their own 

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Rihanna is among the generation of those artists who were able to chart with non-singles unlike Madonna and even Mariah in the earlier days. 

 

Mariah (whether you like her or not) has had her fair share of huge hits in the 90's.  Her first several albums were massive. 

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From Steven Housman's Music Chart Facts.

February 7, 1987 - 31 Years Ago Today:

 

Madonna went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with her single, "Open Your Heart." This was the third No.1 single from her third studio album, "True Blue," and her fourth of five singles released in total from that album. Madonna wrote "Open Your Heart" with Gardner Cole and Peter Rafelson. Madonna has scored 57 Hot 100 singles since her Hot 100 chart debut, "Holiday," in October 1983 which includes 50 Top 40's, 38 Top Tens and 12 No. 1's. Madonna was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008.

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