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  • Frozen Fireboy Remix on Youtube

    22.04.2022 +93,504
    23.04.2022 +92,833
    24.04.2022 +91,122
    25.04.2022 +89,979
    26.04.2022 +90,781

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    • Streams on Spotify 26/04/2022

      Frozen (Sickick Remix) 55,298,767 (+368,015)

      Fireboy DML Version 3,490,929 (+43,900)

      070 Shake Version 2,525,979 (+60,551)

      Total 472,466 daily streams
      Madonna is The most successful and influential female artist of all time.

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      • Originally posted by MadNuno View Post


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        "Frozen" was even the biggest #02 ever on European Hot 100 as "Frozen" spent 16 weeks at #02 behind Celine Dion "My Heart Will Go On" that spent an all time record 17 weeks at #01 !!!!

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        it spend 11 weeks at #2 , not 16 , i don't know where did you get that?.

        Frozen chart run in the European top 100:

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        Last edited by raindrops; Wed April 27, 2022, 18:53.

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        • Originally posted by Choley View Post


          Best selling international western female albums in Japan


          1.Mariah Carey - Number Ones - 3.7 million
          2.Whitney Houston - The Bodyguard - 3 million
          3.Mariah Carey - Daydream - 2.8 million
          4.Mariah Carey - Merry Christmas - 2.8 million
          5.Mariah Carey - Music Box - 2.4 million
          6.Enya - Paint the Sky with Stars - 2.1 million
          7.Celine Dion - All The Way A Decade Of Song - 2.1 million
          8.Tatu - 200 km wrong lane - 2 million
          9.Avril Lavigne - Let Go - 1.8 million
          10.Celine Dion - Lets Talk About Love - 1.6 million
          11.Mariah Carey - Butterfly - 1.5 million
          12.Celine Dion - The Colour Of My Love - 1.4 million
          13.Lauryn Hill - The Misseducation of Lauryn Hill - 1.3 million
          14.Madonna - Like A Virgin - 1.25 million
          15.Celine Dion - Falling Into You - 1.2 million
          16.Cyndi Lauper - Twelve Deadly Cyns and Then Some - 1.2 million
          17.Madonna - The Immaculate Collection - 1.135 million
          18.Avril Lavigne - Under My Skin - 1.125 million
          19.Enya - A Day Without Rain - 1.1 million
          20.Enya - Themes from Calmi Cuori - 1.1 million
          21.Avril Lavigne - The Best Damn Thing - 1.08 million
          22.Madonna - True Blue - 1.05 million
          23.Enya - The Memory Of Trees - 1.05 million
          24.TLC - Fanmail - 1.05 million
          25.Mariah Carey - Emotions - 1.025 million
          26.Lady Gaga - The Fame Monster - 1.015 million
          27.Britney Spears - Greatest Hits My Prerogative - 1 million
          28.Whitney Houston - Whitney Houston - 1 million
          29.Mariah Carey - Mariah Carey - 1 million
          30.Mariah Carey - Rainbow - 1 million


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          Mariah Carey - 8
          Enya & Celine Dion - 4
          Madonna & Avril Lavigne - 3
          Whitney Houston - 2

          from Haven

          Madonna had 3 million sellers there.
          She did amazing.
          In total throughout her career She sold over 12 million in japan. right?
          Madonna is the queen of pop and the biggest selling female music artist of all time!

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          • It's coming for top 20

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            • Billboard 200: Female Soloists with Most Weeks Charted

              Top 5:
              1. 1,891 - TaylorSwift13
              2. 1,884 - @BarbraStreisand
              3. 1,119 - @Madonna
              4. 999 - @Adele
              5. 995 - @ArethaFranklin

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              • When on BB album can chart for not even moving 2K units for 90-100th position that is inclusion of streaming it's safe to say all older acts will be bottom of these lists in foreseeable future.

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                • Madonna is the 168th artist with most views on YouTube, but the 120th with the biggest daily average views, so she should keep climbing! She was top 100 (daily views) a few weeks ago when Material Girl was going viral and the Frozen videos got way more than they do today.

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                  • We’ll have to see what the next Frozen remix can do. At least it all bodes well for the remix album/project.
                    Exsqueeze me!

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                    • Madonna appeared in Forbes earning lists in four different decades: 1980s, 1990s, 2000s and 2010s. In all decades she feautured, was ranked at the top among female musicians in several times. She was also placed as one of the 10 highest-paid entertainers for several years running and during the 20th century, was listed as well at the top among women in entertainment or second after Oprah Winfrey.

                      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List..._earning_lists

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                      • Originally posted by Fajitas View Post
                        Madonna is the 168th artist with most views on YouTube, but the 120th with the biggest daily average views, so she should keep climbing! She was top 100 (daily views) a few weeks ago when Material Girl was going viral and the Frozen videos got way more than they do today.
                        She is doing very well ( despite slowing down in tha last couple of weeks)

                        Today is indeed the first day ( after 3 months in a row with + 2mil daily views on her official channel) where she drop below 2 mil views…..a great result anyway, if u think that no other of the big divas has been able to reach 2 mil mark in the last 3 months, even for a day!!

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                        • Madonna - Crazy For You (Official Video) 50Million Views
                          Madonna is The most successful and influential female artist of all time.

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                          • Crazy For You deserves 500m views. It’s a classic 80s ballad and I wish she would give it more attention.
                            Exsqueeze me!

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                            • Originally posted by raindrops View Post
                              it spend 11 weeks at #2 , not 16 , i don't know where did you get that?.
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                              Thanks for correcting it!
                              I think it doesn't have more mistakes but if it does have please correct it.

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                              • Originally posted by Artoo View Post
                                Crazy For You deserves 500m views. It’s a classic 80s ballad and I wish she would give it more attention.
                                Yes beautiful and gorgeous song.
                                Madonna is the queen of pop and the biggest selling female music artist of all time!

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                                • Originally posted by luan View Post
                                  It's coming for top 20
                                  This is also amazing. I hope it will get to break top 20 soon.
                                  Last edited by autumnwind; Thu April 28, 2022, 18:38.
                                  Madonna is the queen of pop and the biggest selling female music artist of all time!

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                                  • Monthly Listeners

                                    ​​​​​​- 6,973

                                    21,972,377

                                    #148 (-01) overall
                                    Madonna is The most successful and influential female artist of all time.

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                                    • Originally posted by Forreal View Post
                                      Billboard 200: Female Soloists with Most Weeks Charted

                                      Top 5:
                                      1. 1,891 - TaylorSwift13
                                      2. 1,884 - @BarbraStreisand
                                      3. 1,119 - @Madonna
                                      4. 999 - @Adele
                                      5. 995 - @ArethaFranklin
                                      This is not fair. Physical eras and streaming are totally different ones. Its an orange and apple. How could they keep mingling to mix them? Its a disadvantage for elder and veteran acts. What a shame. Billboard is ridiculous.
                                      Madonna is the queen of pop and the biggest selling female music artist of all time!

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                                      • Streams on Spotify 27/04/2022

                                        Frozen (Sickick Remix) 55,672,356 (+373,589)

                                        Fireboy DML Version 3,536,044 (+45,115)

                                        070 Shake Version 2,587,894 (+61,915)

                                        Total 480,619 daily streams
                                        Last edited by jjavier1978; Thu April 28, 2022, 20:03.
                                        Madonna is The most successful and influential female artist of all time.

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                                        • Originally posted by autumnwind View Post

                                          This is not fair. Physical eras and streaming are totally different ones. Its an orange and apple. How could they keep mingling to mix them? Its a disadvantage for elder and veteran acts. What a shame. Billboard is ridiculous.
                                          Not only that.

                                          From 1982 and until mid 2009 there was the 2 year rule (changed after Michael Jackson passing only).
                                          If the album fell out the TOP 100 for 1 week and was already over 2 years old would be removed from the chart FOREVER.

                                          During the 80's with 4 albums Adele would much probably have never accumulated more than 416 weeks (best case scenario) as the albums would be removed not to chart again. Same with many Taylor Swift albums returning to the charts for many weeks 2 years after release.

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                                          • Youtube

                                            1) La Isla Bonita (Official Video) 571,079,382 +358,737
                                            2) Hung Up (Official Video) [HD] 363,834,928 +180,629
                                            3) Frozen (Official Video) [HD] 141,027,957 +143,585
                                            4) Material Girl (Official Video) [HD] 105,675,927 +125,685
                                            5) Like A Prayer (Official Video) 211,484,175 +116,074
                                            6) Frozen (Fireboy DML Remix) [Official Music Video] 7,634,332 +87,128
                                            7) Papa Don't Preach (Official Video) [HD] 172,272,261 +71,503
                                            8) 4 Minutes feat. Justin Timberlake & Timbaland (Official Video) 165,571,277 +65,434
                                            9) The Power Of Good-Bye (Official Video) 55,097,296 +39,318
                                            10) Into The Groove (Official Video) 54,778,216 +33,105

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                                            • I know some fans hate on it, but 4 Minutes really is that enduring hit. 14 years later and it’s still at the top end of all her streaming charts.
                                              Exsqueeze me!

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                                              • Originally posted by MadNuno View Post

                                                Not only that.

                                                From 1982 and until mid 2009 there was the 2 year rule (changed after Michael Jackson passing only).
                                                If the album fell out the TOP 100 for 1 week and was already over 2 years old would be removed from the chart FOREVER.

                                                During the 80's with 4 albums Adele would much probably have never accumulated more than 416 weeks (best case scenario) as the albums would be removed not to chart again. Same with many Taylor Swift albums returning to the charts for many weeks 2 years after release.
                                                The biggest problem is that reaching the actual market or using the format is completely different. Buying Physical copies used to take more money and efforts. The price is more expensive both for physical albums and singles. Not only that, people had to go out to stores in person to get copies in the past and make extra special time to do so while people almost sit down today and keep streaming all day for free at home.
                                                how dare is it the same? I think billboard is becoming a total joke nowadays and they are refusing the past history themselves.
                                                actually quite pathetic and desperate move to build current artists and charts as more valuable legacy. Ridiculous..

                                                This is a fact and what's exactly happening now. Billboard is mingling apples and oranges too. Thats what they are doing while they are different for their absurd chart survival game. Im not changing my opinion. I don't have to.
                                                Last edited by autumnwind; Fri April 29, 2022, 04:48.
                                                Madonna is the queen of pop and the biggest selling female music artist of all time!

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                                                • Originally posted by autumnwind View Post

                                                  The biggest problem is that reaching the actual market or using the format is completely different. Buying Physical copies used to take more money and efforts. The price is more expensive both for physical albums and singles. Not only that, people had to go out to stores in person to get copies in the past and make extra special time to do so while people almost sit down today and keep streaming all day for free at home.
                                                  how dare is it the same? I think billboard is becoming a total joke nowadays and they are refusing the past history themselves.
                                                  actually quite pathetic and desperate move to build current artists and charts as more valuable legacy. Ridiculous.
                                                  you just sound old and bitter.

                                                  ​​​​​​times change and so do methods of consumption, you're just complaining about the new model without suggesting something that would be better.
                                                  if you're insinuating that the chart should be sales only than the conversation ends here because no one in their right mind would think the charts would be representative of what's actually popular if they excluded streaming, the biggest format of music consumption by far nowadays.

                                                  or would you want the recurrent rule to come back despite it being a very stupid rule for an albums chart which is why it got removed in the first place?

                                                  i guess a better option would be revising all the weekly 1982-2009 issues including albums that were wrongly excluded from catalog charting, but it's just not feasible, the data is probably just lost or extremely hard to collect and for what? it's not worth the resources and time cause obviously no one really cares.

                                                  madonna having 1,100 weeks in the context of the pure sales era + recurrent rule is obviously more impressive than newer acts doing it. data doesn't need to reflect that in its raw form, it reflects how impressive it is in its context ( a song from 1980 having 300m streams obviously is more impressive than a 2010 song having 500m streams)

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                                                  • Originally posted by Artoo View Post
                                                    Crazy For You deserves 500m views. It’s a classic 80s ballad and I wish she would give it more attention.
                                                    Oh no, that's one of her worst ballads! No idea how it got to 50 million...
                                                    "True Blue" should be streamed more, that's a real classic.

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