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  • music126
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    Originally posted by flotando View Post
    You never know, I never expected La Isla Bonita to do this well all of a sudden.
    Well she has 2 videos at 75 Million, GMAYL and Give It 2 Me. Both average about 12-19k views a day and then there is LAV at 74 million with an average of 38k a day.

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  • thebigham
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    PDP: 99,985,254 views at 9:44am EST.

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  • flotando
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    You never know, I never expected La Isla Bonita to do this well all of a sudden.

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  • music126
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    Crazy to think that after PDP hits 100 million by morning, that it will take years for another video of hers to hit 100 million.
    Last edited by music126; Thu April 9, 2020, 14:19.

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  • thebigham
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    ^ 99,916,363 views views at 4:55pm EST.

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  • beredy
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    Originally posted by esswein View Post
    Papa Don't Preach its about to hit 100 million views!
    I think I'll get a good night's sleep before that happens.

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  • esswein
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    Papa Don't Preach its about to hit 100 million views!

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  • jjavier1978
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    Album: Ghosttown


    iTunes:
    #4 Denmark (NE)

    On April 8 2015, Madonna’s Ghosttown
    music video premiered on VEVO. The music video was filmed in Los Angeles, directed by Jonas Ĺkerlund and co-starred Terrence Howard.
    https://todayinmadonnahistory.com/20...-april-8-2015/

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  • beredy
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    Two more days until 100m!

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  • jjavier1978
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    Madonna - Papa Don't PreachTotal views: 99,768,832


    Most recent data:
    2020/03/26 87,438
    2020/03/27 97,183
    2020/03/28 121,785
    2020/03/29 105,193
    2020/03/30 86,593
    2020/03/31 93,403
    2020/04/01 89,115
    2020/04/02 93,446
    2020/04/03 103,898
    2020/04/04 125,535
    2020/04/05 122,017
    2020/04/06 106,080

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  • thebigham
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    Thanks to SoulSista!

    Billboard Top 10 from 35 and 25 years ago:

    April 13, 1985

    01 02 We Are The World - USA For Africa (1st of 4 weeks at #1)
    02 01 One More Night - Phil Collins
    03 04 Crazy For You - Madonna
    04 07 Nightshift - The Commodores
    05 03 Material Girl - Madonna
    06 08 I'm On Fire - Bruce Springsteen
    07 09 Rhythm Of The Night - DeBarge
    08 05 Lovergirl - Teena Marie
    09 14 Obsession - Animotion
    10 13 Missing You - Diana Ross

    April 15, 1995

    01 06 This Is How We Do It - Montell Jordan (1st of 7 weeks at #1)
    02 04 Red Light Special - TLC
    03 02 Candy Rain - Soul For Real
    04 01 Take a Bow - Madonna
    05 03 Run Away - Real McCoy
    06 12 Freak Like Me - Adina Howard
    07 05 Strong Enough - Sheryl Crow
    08 10 Big Poppa / Warning - The Notorious B.I.G.
    09 09 I Know - Dionne Farris
    10 07 Creep - TLC

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  • music126
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    Only 368,628 to go for Papa Don't Preach to hit 100 million. Keep watching! You don't have anything else to do, right?

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  • upushme
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    Her followers:
    Youtube 3.77 M (rounded. +20.000 in a week)
    Spotify 3.916.635 (+21.386 in a week)

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  • RayRay
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    Originally posted by DevilPray View Post
    Does anyone wonder why her Early Years album on Spotify has low streams? I mean her fanbase that streams her isn't THAT small, unless many of them haven't bother to listen her stuff before the debut.
    Because it's awful. I have it on CD, but have no desire to stream it at all.

    I do listen to stuff before the debut: In The Beginning with the wonderful Crimes Of Passion, which deserved to be on one of her early albums or at least as a b-side.
    Now, if this was on Spotify, I'd stream it endlessly.

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  • cindycgy
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    YouTube daily average has crossed over 2.5 mil just

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  • DavieX
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    Originally posted by Angeman View Post

    You can thank the Trump Qanon supporters for watching the "witch" Madonnas videos

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  • Angeman
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    Originally posted by cindycgy View Post
    Madonna’s average daily YouTube views is currently at 2.4+ mil

    It was 1.8 - 1.9 mils a couple weeks ago
    You can thank the Trump Qanon supporters for watching the "witch" Madonnas videos

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  • cindycgy
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    Madonna’s average daily YouTube views is currently at 2.4+ mil

    It was 1.8 - 1.9 mils a couple weeks ago

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  • UnapologeticKenny
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    SPOTIFY UPDATE - FROM 27/03 TO 02/04/20
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    # ALBUM WEEK STREAMS %± LW TOTAL STREAMS
    01 (=) Like A Virgin 1.667.067 0,07% 303.070.204
    02 (=) True Blue 1.281.216 1,69% 210.920.473
    03 (=) Confessions on a Dance Floor 1.270.647 4,36% 194.975.604
    04 (=) Like A Prayer 1.157.903 1,19% 221.944.461
    05 (=) Madame X 811.209 -2,66% 141.452.907
    06 (=) Madonna 706.056 1,87% 142.226.147
    07 (=) Hard Candy 695.802 0,58% 177.325.915
    08 (=) Ray of Light 572.085 0,58% 121.111.585
    09 (=) I'm Breathless 515.772 -0,07% 108.915.177
    10 (=) Music 418.614 0,50% 87.238.801
    11 (=) Rebel Heart 368.038 -3,37% 210.225.075
    12 (=) MDNA 236.373 2,32% 86.301.978
    13 (=) Bedtime Stories 229.226 1,22% 48.323.053
    14 (=) American Life 207.434 2,28% 49.172.700
    15 (=) Erotica 145.800 0,88% 33.596.738
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    # SONG WEEK STREAMS %± LW TOTAL STREAMS
    01 (=) Material Girl 888.943 -0,43% 152.092.335
    02 (=) Like a Prayer 873.502 1,10% 167.616.937
    03 (=) Hung Up 817.536 1,50% 111.536.259
    04 (=) Like a Virgin 679.761 0,31% 128.109.694
    05 (=) La Isla Bonita 662.422 1,04% 100.951.807
    06 (=) 4 Minutes 515.924 0,01% 128.587.026
    07 (=) Vogue 493.391 -0,30% 103.172.855
    08 (=) Holiday 411.502 1,05% 79.916.285
    09 (=) Crazy for You 315.725 2,89% 38.422.756
    10 (=) Papa Don't Preach 293.702 0,65% 44.789.164
    11 (=) Frozen 236.205 1,94% 45.442.979
    12 (=) Medellín 218.830 -1,93% 47.669.004
    13 (=) Into the Groove 205.207 2,35% 47.813.432
    14 (=) Faz Gostoso 167.921 3,46% 28.609.264
    15 (=) Sorry 164.995 6,62% 28.612.110

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  • madfan13
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    Originally posted by thebigham View Post
    BILLBOARD: THE GREATEST POP STAR BY YEAR (1981-2019)

    https://www.billboard.com/articles/n...tar-every-year

    1989: MADONNA
    Thanks for this! Madonna is also the greatest pop star in 1985, the greatest comeback of 2012, rookie of the year in 1984, and has a few honourable mentions — 1990 (Immaculate Collection, Vogue & Dick Tracy), 1998 for Ray of Light.
    Last edited by madfan13; Fri April 3, 2020, 18:17.

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  • music126
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    Yay! 661,606 needed views on YouTube for Papa Don't Preach to hit 100 million. Can it happen within the week!?

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  • thebigham
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    BILLBOARD: THE GREATEST POP STAR BY YEAR (1981-2019)

    https://www.billboard.com/articles/n...tar-every-year

    1989: MADONNA

    BY JOE LYNCH

    With guitars starting to give ground and hip-hop not yet fully crossed over to a wider audience, the 1980s were the biggest decade for dance-based pop in the American mainstream. And as it came to a close, the era's biggest female pop star -- and arguably the biggest female pop star of all time -- reached a new apex in terms of artistry and impact.

    The year 1989 didn't start out on a high note for Madonna: After three years of marriage to Sean Penn (and a nullified 1987 divorce filing), she again filed for divorce from the actor in early January citing irreconcilable differences. But no matter: Soon thereafter, Madonna was back to topping charts, rankling pearl-clutchers and raking in the dough. She signed a $5 million deal with Pepsi in January, culminating in a two-minute ad that would eventually get pulled due to a religious backlash to her latest music video. Released March 3, the day after the Pepsi ad first aired, the controversial clip featured cross-burning, stigmata and an erotic encounter with a saint. Regardless, Madge still pocketed the soda money, and the video became an MTV staple.

    And oh, what was the name of that song again? "Like a Prayer"? Yes, this is the year where Madonna went from dance-pop purveyor with an iron-grip on American teens to a capital-A Artist, someone who could deliver an album every bit as geared toward the charts as to critics' tastes. Universally acclaimed, the song’s parent album (also called Like a Prayer) topped the Billboard 200 for six consecutive weeks and was eventually certified 4x platinum by the RIAA.

    The title track brilliantly mixed the secular and the sacred both lyrically ("I'm down on my knees" works both ways) and musically (a transcendent gospel choir takes the hard-hitting pop-rock anthem into the heavens), and the result was a sing-along for the ages that even non-fans are likely to know damn near every word to. It topped the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks, while follow-up singles "Cherish" and "Express Yourself" both reached No. 2 (as the David Fincher-directed video for the latter, inspired by Fritz Lang's Metropolis, became one of the most instantly iconic of the era). This was a release so stuffed with hits that Madonna could afford to not release a duet with Prince as a single.

    Five years after her game-changing "Like a Virgin" at the inaugural MTV Video Music Awards, Madonna was courting controversy at the 1989 VMAs once again with a performance of the Motown-flavored "Express Yourself" that featured her simulating masturbation. That song's video would nab three VMAs and "Like a Prayer" the viewer's choice award, although inexplicably the latter lost video of the year to Neil Young's "This Note's For You" -- a decision that has not aged particularly well.

    While Madonna would go on to notch bigger hits on the Billboard Hot 100 and reach more idiosyncratic artistic heights, Like a Prayer was the last proper studio album where she would enjoy such universal adoration. As the '90s set in, her detractors would get louder, but in 1989, Madonna was able to own the charts, charm the critics and – even though she released a video so controversial Pepsi decided to scrap something they paid $5 million for -- reign as the most celebrated female artist in pop.

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  • thebigham
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    BILLBOARD: THE GREATEST POP STAR BY YEAR (1981-2019)

    https://www.billboard.com/articles/n...tar-every-year

    1985: Madonna

    BY MAURA JOHNSTON

    By the end of 1984, Madonna had already established herself as one of the MTV era’s brightest stars, with boundary-pushing videos, underground-nodding dance-pop hits, and a writhing Video Music Awards performance that turned the then-fledgling telecast into a must-watch event. But the year after Like a Virgin’s release was owned by Madonna from back to front -- the last four weeks of the title track’s run at No. 1 on the Hot 100 opened 1985, and she followed it up with smash singles like “Material Girl” and “Angel,” her feature-film debut and first silver-screen starring role, and yet more unavoidable music videos.

    “Like a Virgin” hit No. 1 in December 1984 and stayed there until the end of January -- just as her Marilyn Monroe-saluting, Keith Carradine-starring video for “Material Girl” was being added to MTV’s rotation. The bouncy, sardonic track would go on to reach No. 2 and become one of Madonna’s career-defining songs, its video establishing Madonna’s blonde-ambition ideal while also showing off her more down-to-earth side. It also helped Like a Virgin reach the top of the Billboard 200 for three weeks in February,

    Madonna racked up another career milestone that month, when the May-December drama Vision Quest was released. In the movie, Madonna played a singer at a Spokane bar, performing “Crazy For You,” a lush, Jellybean Benitez-produced ballad that showed off Madonna’s lower range. Madonna’s star power was so strong that in some countries the movie’s title was changed to Crazy For You -- although in America, she had to settle for the soundtrack single being No. 1 on the Hot 100 for a single week in May.

    A month later, Madonna appeared in her first starring role in a movie, getting top billing alongside Rosanna Arquette in the hit mistaken-identity comedy Desperately Seeking Susan. The Susan Seidelman-directed ode to New York City’s bohemian enclaves featured the pop star’s “Into the Groove” in the background of a smoky club scene, although it wasn’t on the official soundtrack. At the time of Susan’s release, Madonna had two other videos still in regular rotation on MTV, and because Madonna’s label was worried about over-saturating the market, “Groove” was only released as the B-side to the glittery “Angel,” rendering it ineligible for the Hot 100. But the punchy, commanding song got an accompanying, movie-promoting visual, and became both a channel staple and a signature Madonna hit anyway -- while its “you can dance... for inspiration” koan would later inspire the title for her 1987 remix LP You Can Dance.


    In April 1985, Madonna embarked on her first live trek: The Virgin Tour brought Madonna’s vision of pop into arenas around North America, kicking off in Seattle and wrapping up with five shows in New York City -- three at Radio City Music Hall and two at Madison Square Garden. The video for “Dress You Up,” the final single (and fourth straight top 5 hit) from Like a Virgin, used footage of the song’s live performance from the Cobo Center in Detroit, while the home video featuring the show in its entirety, Madonna Live: The Virgin Tour, came out in November.

    Even while selling out arenas, Madonna remained a force in the clubs, with “Material Girl” and the double-A-sided “Into the Groove”/”Angel” single hitting No. 1 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart after “Like a Virgin” began the year at its summit. She was also a stealth (yet utterly unmistakable) presence on her frequent collaborator Jellybean Benitez’s blippy, freestyle-influenced “Sidewalk Talk,” a No. 1 dance hit and yet another crossover top 40 entry on the Hot 100 by year’s end -- a final testament to Madonna’s first year of true omnipresence

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  • jjavier1978
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    Last edited by jjavier1978; Wed April 1, 2020, 19:53.

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  • Shego
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    DCFMA rising on youtube (finally)

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