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  • Originally posted by madboy1
    17 top 10 in row
    26 top 20 in row
    31 top 40 in row

    QUEEN!

    IN UK

    32 TOP 10 in row
    62 top 20 in row .( Without Hey you)
    64 top 40 in row ( whithou Hey you)
    this is amazing!!!
    i think it's a record, isn't it?

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    • Originally posted by Jimshakes
      That's pretty cool, was it 32 in the U.K? up until Take A Bow basically flopped for her here (by Madonna standards back then of course) - that was always a funny one, I blamed the bull fighting in the video for that!
      I remember I was living in the Uk Back then. That no-top-ten single was all the more weird as it was a huge hit in the usa. And Bedtime story as a following single did reach top 5 thanks to the Brits. Take a was more america's flavor. Secret was more European.

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      • in the us, she has the 16 top 5 consecutive hits in a row record though. i think she broke the beatles back in the 80's
        Madonna is the queen of pop and the biggest selling female music artist of all time!

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        • Although unofficial it's now available on some iTunes stores

          Don't know which where the peak positions
          Album: Live- The Girlie Show At Fukuoka, Japan 8 Dec '93

          iTunes:
          #2 Argentina
          #9 Spain
          #19 Brazil
          #34 Italy
          #56 Belgium
          #85 France
          #111 United Kingdom

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          • Number 31 now on Italian iTunes

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            • Album: Live- The Girlie Show At Fukuoka, Japan 8 Dec '93

              iTunes:
              #3 Argentina
              #7 Spain
              #17 Brazil
              #26 Italy
              #137 United Kingdom
              #137 Belgium
              #142 France

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              • SoundScan sales 10 years ago this week:

                Madonna

                1. The Immaculate Collection: 2,054 (-3%)
                2. Like a Virgin: 359 (-5%)
                3. GHV2: 344 (-8%)
                4. Madonna: 283 (-5%)
                5. Ray of Light: 279 (+3%)
                6. Something to Remember: 198 (+11%)
                7. The Immaculate Collection (Video): 170 (-12%)
                8. Like a Prayer: 162 (+24%)
                9. True Blue: 160 (+15%)
                10. Remixed & Revisited: 145 (+10%)
                11. Music: 136 (-14%)
                12. Erotica: 122 (-5%)
                13. You Can Dance: 111 (+22%)
                14. Drowned World Tour 2001: 107 (+32%)
                15. Ciao, Italia: Live From Italy: 98 (+11%)
                16. The Video Collection 93:99: 94 (+7%)
                17. Bedtime Stories: 83 (-24%)
                18. American Life: 79 (-16%)
                19. Girlie Show: Live Down Under: 79 (+7%)
                20. I'm Breathless: 73 (+20%)
                21. Evita: 62 (+5%)
                22. Who's That Girl (album): 49 (-2%)

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                • Originally posted by paperinobz
                  Although unofficial it's now available on some iTunes stores

                  Don't know which where the peak positions
                  Album: Live- The Girlie Show At Fukuoka, Japan 8 Dec '93

                  iTunes:
                  #2 Argentina
                  #9 Spain
                  #19 Brazil
                  #34 Italy
                  #56 Belgium
                  #85 France
                  #111 United Kingdom
                  I'm still pretty confused how is this release happening!?
                  FOLLOW THE DUCK
                  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzF...RpLtZEEAHM1AEw

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                  • Madonna's Canadian certifications:

                    http://musiccanada.com/gold-platinum/?f ... ch=madonna

                    Madonna was never certified. LAV was certified in the 1990s.

                    MDNA and RH were not certified, but that may be based on poor sales.

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                    • Originally posted by thebigham
                      Madonna's Canadian certifications:

                      http://musiccanada.com/gold-platinum/?f ... ch=madonna

                      Madonna was never certified. LAV was certified in the 1990s.

                      MDNA and RH were not certified, but that may be based on poor sales.
                      RH is eligible for Gold and MDNA for platinum. I remember seeing a platinum cert for MDNA but it was removed??? I don't know. Lol.

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                      • ^A Madonna website said it was certified Platinum in Canada, but the website has never had the certification on it.

                        More here:

                        search.php?keywords=canada&t=87285&sf=msgonly

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                        • Interesting, thank you!

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                          • #OnThisDay November 26 1987 @Madonna's Who’s That Girl – Live In Japan was released on VHS & LaserDisc exclusively for the Japanese market.

                            How much sold in Japan?
                            Madonna is The most successful and influential female artist of all time.

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                            • http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... f-all-time

                              Greatest of All Time: Madonna Is Billboard's No. 1 Dance Club Songs Artist
                              12/1/2016 by Gordon Murray

                              The icon is the queen of the chart's first 40 years. Plus, Pet Shop Boys are the top duo/group & Enrique Iglesias is the top solo male.

                              Madonna is the No. 1 Billboard Dance Club Songs artist over the last 40 years, dating to the chart's 1976 inception. The icon reigns thanks largely to her record total of 46 No. 1s, the most of any artist on any single Billboard chart, and her consistently dazzling performance on the tally since her 1982 debut.

                              In the Dance Club Songs chart's history, in addition to her unmatched 46 No. 1s, Madonna owns the record for the most top 10s: 60. Janet Jackson follows with 33.

                              Fittingly, following Madonna on Billboard's Greatest of All Time Top Dance Club Songs Artists list is Ms. Jackson at No. 2. Rihanna ranks at No. 3, followed by Beyonce (No. 4) and Pet Shop Boys (No. 5), the top duo or group; Depeche Mode (No. 10), Erasure (No. 19) and New Order (No. 25) follow in the duo/group category. Enrique Iglesias, at No. 14 overall, is the top male soloist, followed by Prince (No. 24), Michael Jackson (No. 26) and David Guetta (No. 27).

                              Billboard's Greatest of All Time Top Dance Club Artists:
                              1. Madonna
                              2. Janet Jackson
                              3. Rihanna
                              4. Beyonce
                              5. Pet Shop Boys

                              The Greatest of All Time Top Dance Club Artists ranking is based on weekly performance on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart, from its Aug. 28, 1976, inception through Aug. 27, 2016. Artists on the all-time chart are ranked based on the combined point totals of all their Dance Club Songs chart entries (with songs ranked based on an inverse point system and weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at lower spots earning the least; due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras were weighted differently to account for chart turnover rates over various periods).

                              Across four decades, Madonna has kept her sound fresh, current and uniquely her own, all while collaborating with a flurry of writers, producers and remixers. Whether delving into disco, house, R&B, hip-hop, dubstep or EDM, Madonna has burned up Dance Club Songs for 34 years and counting.

                              Madonna, who rose out of New York City nightclubs like Danceteria, debuted on Dance Club Songs (then known as the Dance/Disco Top 80) at No. 40 with "Everybody," produced by Mark Kamins, on the chart dated Nov. 6, 1982. The song reached No. 3 on Jan. 8, 1983, the first of four top five hits from her self-titled debut album. On Sept. 24, 1983, Madonna hit No. 1 for the first time with the double-sided "Holiday"/"Lucky Star," which ruled for five weeks. In 2000, "Music" (also the most recent of Madonna's 12 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s) tied "Holiday/Lucky Star" for Madonna's longest No. 1 reign.

                              Madonna has scored two sets of seven consecutive No. 1 Dance Club Songs singles. The first began with "Causing a Commotion" on Oct. 31, 1987, continued through three leaders from Like a Prayer, among others, and culminated with the MTV-banned, Lenny Kravitz-co-produced and William Orbit-remixed "Justify My Love" on Jan. 19, 1991. The second streak started on March 13, 1999, with Madonna's third topper from Ray of Light, "Nothing Really Matters," and lasted through her fourth No. 1 from Music, the promo-only, Peter Rauhofer-remixed "Impressive Instant" (Nov. 17, 2001).

                              Madonna's lone full-length remix album You Can Dance hit No. 1 on Dance Club Songs in 1988, as full-length albums (a la Michael Jackson's Thriller and many others) were allowed to chart as single entries at the time (until Feb. 23, 1991). Powered by the previously unreleased "Spotlight," produced by Stephen Bray and remixed by John "Jellybean" Benitez, along with remixes of album tracks like "Over and Over," a Nile Rodgers-produced Like a Virgin tune, and True Blue's "Where's the Party" (in addition to "Holiday," "Into the Groove" and more), Dance kept fans and DJs busy for months.

                              In 1990, Madonna, with Shep Pettibone, surfaced an underground dance trend while name-dropping movie stars whose careers largely predated her fans with the No. 1 "Vogue." In 1993, she transformed jazz-pop standard "Fever" (released in the U.S. as the B-side to ballad "Bad Girl") into a topper with Murk Boys mixes. In 1997, Madonna re-worked Evita classic "Don't Cry for Me Argentina," remixed by Pablo Flores and Javier Garza, into a Club leader, while, in 2000, she took Don McLean's classic rock story-song "American Pie," with its Richard "Humpty" Vission and Victor Calderone remixes, to the summit.

                              Madonna's record-extending 46th and most recent No. 1, the Diplo co-production "B**** I'm Madonna," featuring Nicki Minaj, topped the chart on Aug. 15, 2015. The third leader from her most recent studio effort, Rebel Heart, was remixed by Sander Kleinenberg, Sick Individuals and Fedde Le Grand, among others. On Dec. 9, fans can revel in a full broadcast of Madonna's Rebel Heart Tour on Showtime.

                              Next up, Madonna will be honored as Billboard's 2016 Woman of the Year. The 11th annual Women in Music event is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 9, in New York and will air on Lifetime Monday, Dec. 12.

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                              • http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... ar-by-year

                                Greatest of All Time: Top 10 Dance Club Songs Year-by-Year, 1976-2015
                                12/1/2016 by Billboard Staff

                                A look back at the biggest year-end club hits over the chart's first 40 years.

                                Billboard is celebrating the first 40 years of the Dance Club Songs chart, which launched in 1976.

                                Madonna is the chart's No. 1 artist in that span, while countless moments (OK, we counted … 40, specifically) have highlighted the tally as dance has segued from disco to EDM with numerous styles in between.

                                Let's also look back at the top 10 songs annually on Dance Club Songs, as recapped in Billboard magazine and (later) online, from 1976 to 2015.

                                From something old (although timeless) to "Something New," here are the biggest hits, year-by-year, on each year-end Billboard Dance Club Songs chart.

                                1983
                                1. "Billie Jean/Beat It," Michael Jackson
                                2. "Let's Dance," David Bowie
                                3. "Holiday/Lucky Star," Madonna
                                4. "Rockit," Herbie Hancock
                                5. "State Farm/Nobody's Diary," Yaz
                                6. "Nasty Girl," Vanity 6
                                7. "Flashdance… What a Feeling," Irene Cara
                                8. "1999." Prince
                                9. "The Safety Dance," Men Without Hats
                                10. "Lies/Beach Culture," Thompson Twins

                                1985
                                1. "Never Done That," General Public
                                2. "Loveride," Nuance feat. Vikki Love
                                3. "Like a Virgin," Madonna
                                4. "Neutron Dance," The Pointer Sisters
                                5. "We Are the Young," Dan Hartman
                                6. "Loverboy," Billy Ocean
                                7. "Rain Forest/Sound Chaser," Paul Hardcastle
                                8. "Smalltown Boy," Bronski Beat
                                9. "Oh Sheila," Ready for the World
                                10. "Come Inside/Chinese Eyes," Fancy

                                1991
                                1. "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)," C + C Music Factory
                                2. "I Don't Know Anybody Else," Black Box
                                3. "Another Sleepless Night," Shawn Christopher
                                4. "Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless)," Crystal Waters
                                5. "Strike It Up," Black Box
                                6. "Power of Love/Build a Bridge," Deee-Lite
                                7. "Here We Go," C + C Music Factory
                                8. "Let the Beat Hit 'Em," Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam
                                9. "Justify My Love," Madonna
                                10. "Where Love Live," Alison Limmerick

                                1995
                                1. "Melody of Love (Wanna Be Loved)," Donna Summer
                                2. "Everybody Be Somebody," Ruffneck feat. Yavahn
                                3. "Bedtime Story," Madonna
                                4. "Too Many Fish," Frankie Knuckles feat. Adeva
                                5. "The Bomb! (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind)," The Bucketheads
                                6. "I'm Ready," Size 9
                                7. "Scream," Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson
                                8. "Fantasy," Mariah Carey
                                9. "Open Your Heart," M People
                                10. "Move It to the Rhythm," Technotronic feat. Yo Kid K

                                1998
                                1. "Ray of Light," Madonna
                                2. "Music Sounds Better With You," Stardust
                                3. "Found a Cure," Ultra Nate
                                4. "Until the Day," Funky Green Dogs
                                5. "Frozen," Madonna
                                6. "Remember," BT
                                7. "You Only Have to Say You Love Me," Hannah Jones
                                8. "Can't Get High Without U," Joey Negro feat. Taka Boom
                                9. "Let Me Go…Release Me," Veronica
                                10. "Stay," Sash! feat. La Trec

                                1999
                                1. "Believe," Cher
                                2. "Big Love," Pete Heller
                                3. "My Love Is Your Love," Whitney Houston
                                4. "All or Nothing," Cher
                                5. "I Will Go With You (Con Te Partiro)," Donna Summer
                                6. "Sexual (Li Da Di)," Amber
                                7. "Situation (1999 Mixes)," Yaz
                                8. "I'm Beautiful," Bette Midler
                                9. "Nothing Really Matters," Madonna
                                10. "You Don't Know Me," Armand Van Helden feat. Duane Harden

                                2000
                                1. "Music," Madonna
                                2. "Dive in the Pool," Barry Harris feat. Pepper Mashey
                                3. "I Learned From the Best," Whitney Houston
                                4. "I'm Outta Love," Anastacia
                                5. "Your Child," Mary J. Blige
                                6. "Don't Call Me Baby," Madison Avenue
                                7. "Bingo Bango," Basement Jaxx
                                8. "That Sound," Michael Moog
                                9. "With You," Nomad
                                10. "Stop Playing With My Mind," Barbara Tucker feat. Darryl D'Bonneau

                                2001
                                1. "Keep Control," Sono
                                2. "One More Time," Daft Punk
                                3. "All for You," Janet Jackson
                                4. "Are You Satisfied," Victor Calderone feat. Deborah Cooper
                                5. "The Underground," Celeda
                                6. "Stand Still," Aubrey
                                7. "Don’t Tell Me," Madonna
                                8. "Lady (Hear Me Tonight)," Modjo
                                9. "Little L," Jamiroquai
                                10. "Crystal," New Order

                                2004
                                1. "Took My Life," Vernessa Mitchell
                                2. "Stoned," Dido
                                3. "Not in Love," Enrique Iglesias feat. Kelis
                                4. "Nothing Fails," Madonna
                                5. "A Thousand Beautiful Things," Annie Lennox
                                6. "Burning," Robbie Rivera & Axwell feat. Suzan Brittan
                                7. "Push the Feeling On," Nightcrawlers
                                8. "O.G. Bitch," Esthero
                                9. "Slow," Kylie Minogue
                                10. "Naughty Girl," Beyonce

                                2006
                                1. "World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)," Bob Sinclar
                                2. "House Is Not a Home," Deborah Cox
                                3. "Don't Forget About Us," Mariah Carey
                                4. "I Want More (Cling on to Me)," Amuka
                                5. "Talk," Coldplay
                                6. "Sorry," Madonna
                                7. "Glory of Life," Mink
                                8. "Ain't No Other Man," Christina Aguilera
                                9. "Get Together," Madonna
                                10. "Buttons," The Pussycat Dolls feat. Snoop Dogg

                                2015
                                1. "Something New," Axwell & Ingrosso
                                2. "Holding On," Disclosure feat. Gregory Porter
                                3. "Honey, I'm Good," Andy Grammer
                                4. "Living For Love," Madonna
                                5. "Talking Body," Tove Lo
                                6. "Beautiful Now," Zedd feat. Jon Bellion
                                7. "Right Now," Mary J. Blige
                                8. "B**** I'm Madonna," Madonna feat. Nicki Minaj
                                9. "B**** Better Have My Money," Rihanna
                                10. "7/11," Beyonce

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                                • http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... highlights

                                  Greatest of All Time: 40 Years, 40 Highlights from Billboard's Dance Club Songs Chart
                                  12/1/2016 by Gordon Murray

                                  Billboard celebrates some of the biggest moments since the survey's 1976 inception.

                                  On Aug. 28, 1976, Billboard debuted the Dance Club Songs chart as the magazine's first survey ranking the popularity of dance music on a national level.

                                  Forty years later, as the chart continues to reflect the hottest songs in clubs, we're looking back at 40 songs from throughout the list's run that have marked major milestones, from disco to freestyle to trap, and from the Bee Gees to Madonna to Rihanna and so much more.

                                  Sept. 24, 1983
                                  Madonna Shines Bright
                                  The power-packed duo of "Holiday"/"Lucky Star" is Madonna's third chart entry and first No. 1, leading for the first of five weeks. The dance-pop combo followed first hit "Everybody" and another two-sider from the Madonna album, "Burning Up"/"Physical Attraction." "Holiday" also became Madonna's first Billboard Hot 100 hit, reaching No. 16, while "Lucky Star" marked her first top five, shooting to No. 4.

                                  June 29, 1985
                                  Madonna Gets 'Into the Groove'
                                  "Angel"/"Into the Groove" is Madonna's fourth No. 1. "Groove" was commercially released in the U.S. only as the B-side to the 12-inch of "Angel," the third single from her Like a Virgin album. Because of its uniquely restricted release, "Groove" (as featured in Desperately Seeking Susan) wasn't allowed to chart on the Hot 100. Thankfully, the track had its day in the sun on our then-named Hot Dance/Disco list.

                                  May 19, 1990
                                  Madonna Strikes a Pose
                                  Originally conceived as the B-side to "Keep It Together," Like a Prayer's final single and Madonna's previous No. 1, "Vogue" vaults to chart victory for two weeks. The track brilliantly elevated the dance-floor trend of vogue-ing from the underground to the mainstream, creating one of her most iconic hits (and videos). Along with "Keep" remixer and "Vogue" co-producer Shep Pettibone, Madonna would go on to score three No. 1s in 1992-93 from her controversial yet critically-acclaimed Erotica album: the title track, "Deeper and Deeper" and "Fever."

                                  Nov. 19, 2005
                                  Madonna's 'Dance Floor' Hits
                                  "Hung Up," the Abba-sampling first single from Madonna's most cohesive club-ready album to date, Confessions on a Dance Floor, takes the top rung for four weeks. The Stuart Price co-production was the first of four No. 1s from the album, ahead of "Sorry," "Get Together" and "Jump." Confessions, released as one continuously mixed track in addition to its standard version, led Top Dance/Electronic Albums for 13 weeks. "Hung Up" reached No. 7 on the Hot 100 and served as the extended closing anthem on perhaps Madonna's most invigorating dance-oriented and socially-conscious global trek, her Confessions Tour.

                                  Aug. 15, 2015
                                  Madonna Is, Well, 'Madonna'
                                  "B**** I'm Madonna" further cements Madonna as the top Dance Club Songs artist of all time, becoming her third leader from Rebel Heart and record 46th total. In fact, no act has scored more No. 1s on any individual Billboard songs chart. The track, co-written and produced by Diplo, caused a stir with its star-studded video sporting cameos from Beyonce, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Chris Rock, Nicki Minaj and more, all seeming to agree that they're the Queen of Pop, too.

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                                  • 12/10/16 Billboard's Holiday 100

                                    79 Re-Entry 3 Santa Baby, Madonna

                                    Peak #44

                                    Should Madonna record another Xmas tune? lol. No.

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                                    • Billboard 2016 Year-End Charts:

                                      Dance/Electronic Artists: #23 Madonna
                                      Madonna is The most successful and influential female artist of all time.

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                                      • ^How? lol

                                        Madonna just did the popular Carpool Karaoke with James Corden:

                                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sx2PfL2ekTY

                                        Songs performed: Vogue, DCFMA, Music, Papa Don't Breach, Express Yourself and Bitch I'm Madonna.

                                        They should see some sale/streaming increases.

                                        iTunes Pop

                                        Immaculate Collection 38
                                        Celebration 42
                                        Rebel Heart 94

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                                        • Originally posted by jjavier1978
                                          Billboard 2016 Year-End Charts:

                                          Dance/Electronic Artists: #23 Madonna
                                          Yes!

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                                          • Billboard Top Female Artists (2016)

                                            1. Adele
                                            2. Beyonce
                                            3. Rihanna
                                            4. Ariana Grande
                                            5. Selena Gomez
                                            6. Meghan Trainor
                                            7. Taylor Swift
                                            8. Sia
                                            9. Fifth Harmony
                                            10. Carrie Underwood
                                            11. Alessia Cara
                                            12. Daya
                                            13. Demi Lovato
                                            14. Madonna
                                            15. Halsey
                                            16. Ellie Goulding
                                            17. Nicki Minaj
                                            18. Celine Dion
                                            19. Britney Spears
                                            20. Elle King

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                                            • BIM 296 US ITunes

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                                              • Originally posted by Westen
                                                Billboard Top Female Artists (2016)

                                                1. Adele
                                                2. Beyonce
                                                3. Rihanna
                                                4. Ariana Grande
                                                5. Selena Gomez
                                                6. Meghan Trainor
                                                7. Taylor Swift
                                                8. Sia
                                                9. Fifth Harmony
                                                10. Carrie Underwood
                                                11. Alessia Cara
                                                12. Daya
                                                13. Demi Lovato
                                                14. Madonna
                                                15. Halsey
                                                16. Ellie Goulding
                                                17. Nicki Minaj
                                                18. Celine Dion
                                                19. Britney Spears
                                                20. Elle King
                                                What is it based on?

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                                                • Originally posted by ChallengeMe
                                                  What is it based on?
                                                  Ranking is based on an artist's chart performance on the Billboard Hot 100, Billboard 200 and Social 50, as well as Boxscore touring revenue.

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                                                  • ^Rebel Heart Tour. Amazing.

                                                    Now, will Madonna have a new album in 2017?

                                                    I doubt it.

                                                    2018 when she will be 60!

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