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  • Fajitas
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    Originally posted by thebigham View Post
    1/22 Spotify update:

    These two will be crossing 200 million in 5-6 weeks:

    4 Minutes 195,124,244
    La Isla Bonita 194,641,754

    I've been tracking these 4 songs because they will pass B.itch I'm Madonna. 2 have:

    Papa Don't Preach 80,420,957
    Into the Groove 79,258,663

    B.itch I'm Madonna 77,852,116

    Frozen 76,999,715 - in 3 weeks
    Crazy for You 74,665,441 - 12-13 weeks?
    I think it might be faster for Crazy For You, as it usually gets nice numbers around Valentine's Day!

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  • thebigham
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    1/22 Spotify update:

    These two will be crossing 200 million in 5-6 weeks:

    4 Minutes 195,124,244
    La Isla Bonita 194,641,754

    I've been tracking these 4 songs because they will pass B.itch I'm Madonna. 2 have:

    Papa Don't Preach 80,420,957
    Into the Groove 79,258,663

    B.itch I'm Madonna 77,852,116

    Frozen 76,999,715 - in 3 weeks
    Crazy for You 74,665,441 - 12-13 weeks?

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  • UnapologeticKenny
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    SPOTIFY UPDATE - 14/01/22 ~ 20/01/22
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    FOLLOWERS: 5,761,144 (+22,007)
    MONTHLY LISTENERS: 17,816,758 (+207,232) - #226 (+12)
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    TOTAL STREAMS (LEAD): 3,972,874,454 (+18,942,014 / % LW: +3,94%)
    TOTAL STREAMS (WITH FEATS): 4,098,050,011 (+19,358,470 / % LW: +3,90%)

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    # ALBUM WEEK STREAMS % LW TOTAL STREAMS
    01 (+1) Confessions on a Dance Floor 2,154,661 4.07% 368,775,762
    02 (-1) True Blue 2,130,086 2.83% 394,878,240
    03 (=) Like A Virgin 2,097,446 2.90% 495,539,760
    04 (=) Like A Prayer 1,546,662 3.76% 356,834,900
    05 (=) Hard Candy 1,090,010 6.39% 265,245,580
    06 (=) Ray of Light 965,382 3.01% 193,163,938
    07 (=) Madonna 894,909 3.31% 224,017,036
    08 (=) I'm Breathless 690,643 4.30% 172,703,432
    09 (=) Music 553,241 1.31% 137,983,847
    10 (=) Rebel Heart 375,154 2.85% 248,783,878
    11 (=) Madame X 364,332 2.68% 193,946,730
    12 (=) Bedtime Stories 326,299 2.93% 77,089,209
    13 (=) MDNA 285,003 3.63% 124,780,494
    14 (=) American Life 225,462 1.89% 70,333,980
    15 (=) Erotica 185,490 1.25% 51,185,720
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    # SONG WEEK STREAMS % LW TOTAL STREAMS
    01 (=) Frozen - Sickick Remix 2,948,414 9.74% 13,826,702
    02 (=) Hung Up 1,551,971 4.14% 232,588,243
    03 (=) Like a Prayer 1,214,320 4.72% 272,906,976
    04 (=) La Isla Bonita 1,133,257 3.44% 194,641,754
    05 (=) Material Girl 1,110,855 2.62% 249,260,446
    06 (+1) 4 Minutes 857,409 6.91% 195,124,244
    07 (-1) Like a Virgin 840,325 3.22% 207,088,222
    08 (=) Vogue 653,715 3.77% 164,299,877
    09 (=) Holiday 514,404 1.19% 127,908,483
    10 (=) Frozen 501,601 2.52% 76,999,715
    11 (=) Papa Don't Preach 421,611 2.15% 80,420,957
    12 (=) Into the Groove 398,632 -1.86% 79,258,663
    13 (=) Crazy for You 376,632 2.64% 74,665,441
    14 (=) Sorry 259,653 3.97% 50,235,606
    15 (=) Music 204,463 2.05% 52,761,880
    16 (=) Live to Tell 185,986 2.58% 38,152,264
    17 (=) Take a Bow 179,232 1.84% 36,403,579
    18 (=) Bitch I'm Madonna 177,591 5.00% 77,852,116
    19 (=) Ray of Light 172,863 4.23% 45,848,792
    20 (=) Borderline 172,662 4.47% 40,353,177
    21 (+1) American Pie 168,973 3.93% 35,888,288
    22 (-1) Express Yourself 162,454 -0.67% 41,853,740
    23 (=) True Blue 159,162 1.75% 27,091,050
    24 (+2) Lucky Star 143,808 9.60% 30,711,009
    25 (-1) Open Your Heart 143,085 2.28% 35,238,469
    26 (-1) The Power of Good-Bye 135,571 2.56% 29,051,498
    27 (=) Give It 2 Me 131,177 3.63% 30,515,917
    28 (=) Jump 128,021 3.43% 25,744,204
    29 (=) Girl Gone Wild 124,294 3.85% 37,515,027
    30 (+1) Medelln 100,358 3.92% 61,842,706
    PS.: Streams from compilation versions and radio edits are merged with the original song's totals
    PS2.: No remixes are counted for the songs' or album' totals, with the exception of the ones originally released in the album tracklisting (Madonna, LAV, TB, MDNA and RH).

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    Some milestones:
    * Papa Don't Preach - 80 million (Album/TIC)
    * Sorry - 50 million (Album/Celebration)
    * Dark Ballet - 8 million

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  • BodyShop
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    I am well aware of how she was boycotted by radio in America dur to her political speech against Bush and everything that came after that in America.
    i have 2 things to say:
    1) it didnt "kill" her career in the United States. It kiled her radio support. Biggest proof of this is how Hung Up peaked at #7 on the Hot 100 despite being played nowhere.
    2) My point here is not to debate why American Life flopped. I'm only sharing my view on why it's a waste of time to try to make its singles visible to the public because they deserve some kind of justice..

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  • upushme
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    Madame X LIVE on Spotify

    07.01.2022 4.063.572 +12.810
    08.01.2022 4.075.635 +12.063
    09.01.2022 4.085.900 +10.265
    10.01.2022 4.097.643 +11.743
    11.01.2022 4.109.243 +11.600
    12.01.2022 4.121.466 +12.223
    13.01.2022 4.134.579 +13.000

    14.01.2022 4.148.012 +13.433
    15.01.2022 4.160.064 +12.052
    16.01.2022 4.170.417 +10.353
    17.01.2022 4.181.878 +11.461
    18.01.2022 4.193.894 +12.016
    19.01.2022 4.206.388 +12.494
    20.01.2022 4.218.902 +12.514
    ______________________________

    Madame X on Spotify

    07.01.2022 193.282.597 +55.008
    08.01.2022 193.336.645 +54.048
    09.01.2022 193.383.391 +46.746
    10.01.2022 193.430.468 +47.077
    11.01.2022 193.479.212 +48.744
    12.01.2022 193.529.965 +50.753
    13.01.2022 193.582.398 +52.433

    14.01.2022 193.638.366 +55.968
    15.01.2022 193.697.295 +58.929
    16.01.2022 193.742.234 +44.939
    17.01.2022 193.791.121 +48.887
    18.01.2022 193.841.868 +50.747
    19.01.2022 193.893.569 +51.701
    20.01.2022 193.946.730 +53.161

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  • ChallengeMe
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    Originally posted by MadNuno View Post

    Of course! For those who don't know they own directly or undirectly over 70% of American Radios so they can control almost all US airplay if they want to.
    Cutting off Madonna almost completly off their radios was easy for them to do but it was impossible to cut Madonna of most other media and music shops.
    Yes, but airplay was important and counted for charts. Moreover, Madonna bashing reached a climax, as the singer was seen unamerican, after her statements against Bush. It killed her career. We saw that with Hung Up. Huge everywhere in the world, but not on American radio, despite decent sales. And by the way, she was no longe living in America. Those were the Guy Ritchie years.

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  • UnapologeticKenny
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    Frozen (Sickick Remix) on Spotify

    Spoiler!


    DATE: TotalStreams (DailyGain) %YD [%LW]

    07/01/22: 8,571,061 (+379,421) +8,38% [+13,39%]
    08/01/22: 8,943,328 (+372,267) -1,88% [+48,78%]
    09/01/22: 9,286,746 (+343,418) -7,75% [+21,91%]
    10/01/22: 9,677,460 (+390,714) +13,77% [+22,10%]
    11/01/22: 10,066,997 (+389,537) -0,30% [+19,86%]
    12/01/22: 10,465,826 (+398,829) +2,38% [+16,93%]
    13/01/22: 10,878,288 (+412,462) +3,42% [+17,82%]

    14/01/22: 11,319,743 (+441,455) +7,03% [+16,34%]
    15/01/22: 11,751,585 (+431,842) -2,18% [+16,00%]
    16/01/22: 12,132,838 (+381,253) -11,71% [+11,01%]
    17/01/22: 12,549,950 (+417,112) +9,40% [+6,75%]
    18/01/22: 12,971,686 (+421,736) +1,10% [+8,26%]
    19/01/22: 13,401,266 (+429,580) +1,86% [+7,71%]
    20/01/22: 13,826,702 (+425,436) -0,96% [+3,14%]
    ___

    Official Spotify Charts:

    #51 Finland (-7) - 11,879
    #106 Germany (+8) - 69,534
    #121 Lithuania (+9) - 1,366
    #143 Austria (+19) - 5,265
    #160 Norway (-16) - 9,294
    #160 Sweden (-14) - 17,746
    ___

    Apple Music:

    #70 Lithuania (-28)
    #105 Czech Republic (+12)
    #133 Slovakia (+16)
    #151 Austria (=)
    #159 Germany (-8)
    #184 Serbia (NE)
    #197 Bermuda (-2)
    ___

    Deezer:

    #72 Austria (+21)
    #76 Ireland (NE)
    #94 Sweden (-16)

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  • MadNuno
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    Originally posted by ChallengeMe View Post
    They succeeded on American radio.
    Of course! For those who don't know they own directly or undirectly over 70% of American Radios so they can control almost all US airplay if they want to.
    Cutting off Madonna almost completly off their radios was easy for them to do but it was impossible to cut Madonna of most other media and music shops.

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  • Shego
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    Hollywood didn't get help from the VMAs cause it was completely overshadowed by the performance and the kiss. Same thing with Eurovision. Meanwhile Super Bowl was focused only in the artistic etc. aspect of the show, and had no controversy.

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  • ChallengeMe
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    For those able to read French, here is my analysis of Madonna's single charts in France, a bit long (so many singles), but I hope that it will please you. I tried to refer to American and British charts as well. Enjoy the reading.

    And obviously I did mention the cancel culture episode that Madonna went through when she took side against Bush's War in Iraq and when Fox News made its best to have her cancelled. They succeeded on American radio. That's why BodyShop the American Life album flopped so much, including its Hollywood single.

    Link

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  • Artoo
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    I suspect the Xmas drop off will be 28 days from 25th December, with the NYE drop off coming 28th/29th January.

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  • BodyShop
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    Originally posted by HardGrammy View Post

    17,818,933 (+14k)

    As expected, her new listeners are offset by losing people who played Santa Baby sometime in December.
    17.816.758 (-2.1k)
    Stable

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  • thebigham
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    HD Take A Bow video is out

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  • upushme
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    Worldwide iTunes Song Chart

    #32 (-3) Madonna & Sickick - Frozen (peak #21)

    European iTunes Song Chart

    #24 (-1) Madonna & Sickick - Frozen (peak #16)

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  • Paulmark
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    UK Charts:
    Sales Singles Chart
    98 (74) Frozen (Sickick Remix) - 5 weeks
    Download Singles Chart
    95 (67) Frozen (Sickick Remix) - 5 weeks

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  • BodyShop
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    Originally posted by MadNuno View Post

    US is a very important market but US is not the world.
    I know, but the SPS numbers thebigham posts are for the US, hence why I wrote about that market.

    But, reagrdless of that, I stand by what I said. Why spend so much time,money and energy on flopped songs? Or a flopped album?

    "Great" and "Amazing" are subjective to anyone's taste (I, for one, dislike most of American Life's songs - I cant *stand* Love Profusion for example...)

    Fact is the album is among her least popular ones and,imo, Warner should heavily focus on her super famous albums and songs.

    Am I saying everything else should be ignored? No.

    All I'm saying is that there's no point in trying to revive something that flopped greatly in the past nowadays, when things are even harder.
    That's all.

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  • Artoo
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    American Life is my favourite Madonna song and Madonna album. The way the world slept on it is criminal and no wonder she felt uninspired afterwards.

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  • MadNuno
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    Originally posted by BodyShop View Post


    Madonna performed Hollywood in what was probably the most talked about perfomance of the decade in America.

    Still,people didnt move a finger to buy neither the single nor the album.

    Hollywood didn't even reach the Hot 100 as everyone knows.
    US is a very important market but US is not the world.
    I mean 330 million people live there in a planet with 8 billion people.

    "Hollywood" was #03 on European Hot 100 Chart (that had countries that summed up over 600 million people at the time) and was also #05 in Canada - peaked TOP 20 in most World Countries including also Australia.

    Sure that despite peaking #02 in UK the single didn't sell much and had a huge fall but didn't flop either.

    Problem in US was the radio airplay as the song was not played by radios. Was the song released after the American Life video premiered.
    Failed the TOP 100 airplay. Yet many people got the maxi single (there was still no iTunes at the time but was #04 on Single sales and #01 on maxi-single sales). It was only released on a maxi-single sold at $7.99 or $8.99. Probably if iTunes was already a thing at the time it would have been different.

    Could it have had better sales at the time? Probably but despite "Hollywood" was performed so was "Like a Virgin" and that was the song that stick at the time in people's head. The performace certainly increased all Madonna discography and as "Hollywood" was not played at radios many people probably only listen to it at the performance (and at MTV network music channels where the video was also played).

    "Hollywood" video still plays regulary in European music chanels like MTV 00's, VH1 or MCM Pop (among others).

    The same for "Love Profusion" that despite failling the US HOT 100 and didn't go TOP 20 in European Hot 100 (because was released and peaked in different months along European countries - some in early December 2003 and others only in February 2004) was still #01 of sales and airplay in Spain and was both sales and airplay TOP 10 Hit in many European countries. In Canada peaked #03. In Italy was even the 30 Most successful song of 2004 in the country (Top 10 of the year for english speaking artists). Sure was not one of Madonna biggest hits of all time but the song have potential.

    Did the comercial with the song was played only in Europe or was it played in US too? I'ts an American brand so probably played in US TV too..




    Love Profusion was also only released as maxi-single and was also #01 on maxi-single sales. Sure it ain't much record labels were withdrawing singles as didn't got much profit from them and pushing maxi-singles and album sales that gave them huge profits. Warner probably would have to sell 10 times more singles compared the maxi-singles numbers they sold to get the same kind of profit.

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  • BodyShop
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    Originally posted by MadNuno View Post

    That's really low for those amazing songs.

    They could never wake up "American Life" album or songs... if any of those was just used on an hit serie or movie would work wonder SPS for both song and album

    They all need to rethink the strategy as they not only need to remind people of her huge hits but also remind them also she had amazing songs that didn't got to be heard due to political reasons (and radio boycott). Some people will still remember "Love Profusion" as it still played on TV music channels.
    I think there's no point in doing so.

    Some songs are low and will remain low forever.

    Madonna performed Hollywood in what was probably the most talked about perfomance of the decade in America.

    Still,people didnt move a finger to buy neither the single nor the album.

    Hollywood didn't even reach the Hot 100 as everyone knows.

    When she performed at the Superbowl, her whole catalogue had a huge boost on the US iTunes (back when iTunes was "THE" ish) and several of her albums charted on the Billboard 200 in the following week... well, all but American Life lol

    They simply don't like the album,it's a fact.

    Most importantly,it's impossible to try to make the whole world notice songs from the past for an artist like Madonna, with such a montruous catalogue .

    Not only impossible,it's pointless.

    What Warner needs to do is to capitalize on her most important and well known songs and albums to make her known among those who only remotely heard of her because of their parents, to remind those who,for whatever reason, don't remember how many great songs she had in the past and to make those who once were fans, remember why did they fall in love with her in the past...
    Last edited by BodyShop; Fri January 21, 2022, 17:13.

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  • MadNuno
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    Originally posted by thebigham View Post
    From the American Life album...

    Nothing Fails SPS: 20,000

    Love Profusion SPS: 31,000
    That's really low for those amazing songs.

    They could never wake up "American Life" album or songs... if any of those was just used on an hit serie or movie would work wonder SPS for both song and album

    They all need to rethink the strategy as they not only need to remind people of her huge hits but also remind them also she had amazing songs that didn't got to be heard due to political reasons (and radio boycott). Some people will still remember "Love Profusion" as it still played on TV music channels.

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  • thebigham
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    From the American Life album...

    Nothing Fails SPS: 20,000

    Love Profusion SPS: 31,000

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  • BodyShop
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    Frozen (Sickick Remix) Spotify 01/20 -Thu :

    *Finland - #51 :11,879
    *Germany - #106: 69,534
    *Austria - #143: 5,265
    *Lithuania - #121: 1,366
    *Norway - # 160: 9,294
    *Sweden - #160 : 17,746
    Last edited by BodyShop; Fri January 21, 2022, 15:23.

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  • flotando
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    New peaks in Germany and Austria for Frozen Remix

    Streams Daily #51 -7 Finland
    Streams Daily #106 +8 Germany
    Streams Daily #121 +9 Lithuania
    Streams Daily #143 +19 Austria
    Streams Daily #160 -16 Norway
    Streams Daily #160 -14 Sweden

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  • MadNuno
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    The proportion is wrong for charts but for certification purposes is even worst.

    How can 1 physical single, 1 maxi-single, 1 download and 1 streaming equivalent count the same when pices may vary 10 to 100 times bettween them?

    They used to count double albums twice for certificaitons because double CD albums were priced almost double from regular 1 cd albums.

    The criteria changed completly so they could favoured new artists (record labels want to push new artists) but doesn't show the real market anymore in the long run as we can see on sales charts when people have to pay for a record they not always do it but some fans of young artists still do it (look at BTS, Taylor Swift or Adele or even Ed Sheeran sales among others - they would be ahead of the so called streaming artists if this was done right).

    The so-called "bubble gum" artists don't sell much.

    Will the US re-certifications be enough for Madonna to leapfrog to TOP 5? Seems hard but not impossible.
    Last edited by MadNuno; Fri January 21, 2022, 10:54.

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  • Shadowplay
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    they should consider a physical sale as ten record units, at this point. one thing is buying a 30 LP (this is what I paid for “30” crystal clear vinyl, for the ltd vinyl of “Voyage”, or for the MX Cd+cassette+7” package), another thing is to stream Levitating after listening to it on TikTok

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