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  • JANET ⫽ BIG IN JAPAN
    The official, outdated and incomplete but still impressive sales ↴

    “All for You” ∼ 600,000
    “Rhythm Nation 1814” ∼ 500,000
    “janet.” ∼ 400,000
    “The Velvet Rope” ∼ 400,000
    “Design of a Decade” ∼ 200,000
    “Damita Jo” ∼ 130,000
    “20 Y.O.” ∼ 100,000

    Janet Jackson, Dream Street, Discipline & Unbreakable are undetermined.

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    • Originally posted by Choley View Post
      Most streamed 90's female songs on Spotify

      1.Mariah Carey - All I Want for Christmas Is You - 1,146,703,291
      2.Britney Spears - Baby One More Time - 490,409,623
      3.Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You - 480,975,660
      4.Natalie Imbruglia - Torn - 455,510,905
      5.Celine Dion - My Heart Will Go On - 404,636,914
      6.Cher - Believe - 367,161,478
      7.Faith Evans - I'll Be Missing You - 366,861,790
      8.Shania Twain - Man! I Feel Like A Woman - 329,748,469
      9.Shania Twain - You're Still The One - 301,823,716
      10.Whitney Houston - I Have Nothing - 300,297,433
      11.Alanis Morissette - Ironic - 298,255,530
      12.Lauryn Hill - Doo Woop (That Thing) - 281,580,264
      13.Celine Dion - Because You Loved Me - 276,327,405
      14.Mariah Carey - Always Be My Baby - 259,332,578
      15.Christina Aguilera - Genie In a Bottle - 248,730,881
      16.Macy Gray - I Try - 245,042,695
      17.Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U - 219,336,030
      18.Celine Dion - It's All Coming Back to Me Now - 204,948,919
      19.Toni Braxton - Unbreak My Heart - 194,302,309
      20.Mariah Carey - Fantasy - 191,072,205
      21.Mariah Carey - Hero - 187,657,408
      22.Celine Dion - The Power of Love - 175,717,475
      23.Mariah Carey - Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - 173,844,599
      24.Madonna - Vogue - 171,030,352
      25.Selena - Amor Prohibido - 167,943,164
      26.Shakira - Inevitable - 167,440,624
      27.Shakira - Antologia - 166,053,627
      28.Shania Twain - That Don't Impress Me Much - 162,779,542
      29.Mariah Carey - Without You - 161,455,014
      30.Tracy Chapman - Give Me One Reason - 160,123,529
      31.Selena - Como La For - 157,334,143
      32.Alanis Morissette - You Oughta Know - 151,388,953
      33.Sarah McLachlan - Angel - 146,311,344
      34.Donna Lewis - I Love You Always Forever - 143,143,719
      35.Shakira - Ciega,Sordomuda - 142,523,810
      36.Leann Rimes - How Do I Live - 141,057,085
      37.Meredith Brooks - B!tch - 139,197,418
      38.Lauryn Hill - Ex Factor - 137,421,590
      39.Shania Twain - Any Man Of Mine - 133,934,201
      40.Whitney Houston - My Love Is Your Love - 132,778,268
      41.Erykah Badu - On & On - 131,027,156
      42.Mariah Carey - One Sweet Day - 127,753,738
      43.Brandy & Monica - The Boy Is Mine - 126,681,580
      44.Annie Lennox - Walking on Broken Glass - 124,756,050
      45.Sheryl Crow - All I Wanna Do - 124,282,147
      46.Alanis Morissette - Hand in My Pocket - 120,815,688
      47.Joan Osborne - One Of Us - 118,831,279
      48.Britney Spears - Sometimes - 118,449,170
      49.Selena - Bidi Bidi Bom Bom - 115,130,466
      50.Des'ree - You Gotta Be - 113,680,611
      51.Sarah Brightman - Time To Say Goodbye - 113,668,419
      52.Tina Turner - Proud Mary '93 - 112,388,019
      53.Selena - Dreaming Of You - 108,453,805
      54.Selena - El Chico Del Apartamento - 107,741,090
      55.Shania Twain - From This Moment On - 107,132,539
      56.Shakira - Estoy Aqui - 106,592,310
      57.Jennifer Lopez - If You Had My Love - 106,337,057
      58.Celine Dion - All By Myself - 105,855,217
      59.Janet Jackson - Together Again - 105,470,055
      60.Faith Hill - This Kiss - 104,637,620
      61.Mariah Carey & Whitney Houston - When You Believe - 103,992,584
      62.Celine Dion - Beauty and the Beast - 104,000,000
      63.Celine Dion - Happy Xmas (War Is Over) - 103,695,074
      64.Selena - Si Una Vez - 101,339,819

      ^All versions combined except remixes and live versions.Feel free to correct if someone's missing

      TTWLG is coming too
      Did you complie this list? Together Again is missing a lot of streams, its streams were not combined like other songs here.

      Together Again (The Velvet Rope) - 105,555,820
      Together Again (Best of Number Ones) - 8,340,227

      = 113,896,047 streams

      That puts it at #50 on this list.

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      • All For You received it's biggest streaming month on YouTube last month, since being unblocked globally and remastered to HD last year!

        March 2022
        ~840,000 views

        In February 2022 it received ~600,000 views and it's previous high was ~650,000 views in July 2021. (Source: Kworb)

        The video also surpassed 7,000,000 views in the past 24 hours!


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        • I love how we all come here to comment about how desperately Janet needs her catalogue recertified. I thought that after the docummentary addressing her career, she was going to take care about that but now its silence all over again.

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          • Originally posted by GlenMarley View Post
            I love how we all come here to comment about how desperately Janet needs her catalogue recertified. I thought that after the docummentary addressing her career, she was going to take care about that but now its silence all over again.
            I don't think Janet will ever have her albums/singles recertified no matter the movement. She doesn't seem to care too much for it. Also she's a totally independent artist now. If she re-signed with A&M or Virgin, maybe they could ask for an audit but I don't know if it's possible at this point. It doesn't help that YouTube streams on her videos haven't been pushed.
            "Crime is increasing
            Trigger happy policing..."
            -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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            • Originally posted by RayRay View Post
              Why wasn't it released in the USA? Sounds way more like something that would be loved in the USA than in Europe. Never understood this choice.
              Too radical for the pop charts, I guess. Plus, the blow it would've done to her chart record. I think before her, Madonna had held the record for most consecutive top ten singles (16). At that point, Janet had:

              MYM
              RN
              ESC
              ALRGT
              CBTM
              BC
              LWND
              TBTILAF
              TTWLG
              IF
              AGAIN
              BOL
              ATAP
              YWT
              SCRM
              RWAY

              So she had tied with her and she wanted to break the record, which she ultimately did with the biggest pop record on that album (TA). Having GTIG released as a single would've not helped her, I don't know how well its pop airplay was doing but I couldn't see it going top ten. Maybe top 20. The fact Janet only really released TWO singles from TVR and other songs were just for promo/radio tells a lot.
              "Crime is increasing
              Trigger happy policing..."
              -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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              • Originally posted by Nerd Score View Post
                I hope RIAA credit Janet Jackson on What's It Gonna Be? Whenever it gets updated cause I believe I Know What You Want will be updated first.
                Only way that happens is if Busta/his label(s) request for it on his birthday (like Mariah's did for hers).
                "Crime is increasing
                Trigger happy policing..."
                -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                • Originally posted by TLove74 View Post

                  Probaby no higher than no.3. Elton John’s “Candle In The Wind” and Usher’s “You Make Me Wanna” dominated the top 2 positions for weeks.
                  Maybe top 20 due to sales. The radio play wasn't happening here.
                  "Crime is increasing
                  Trigger happy policing..."
                  -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                  • Originally posted by TwentyForeplay View Post

                    Did you complie this list? Together Again is missing a lot of streams, its streams were not combined like other songs here.

                    Together Again (The Velvet Rope) - 105,555,820
                    Together Again (Best of Number Ones) - 8,340,227

                    = 113,896,047 streams

                    That puts it at #50 on this list.
                    Yup, i did it

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                    • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post

                      Maybe top 20 due to sales. The radio play wasn't happening here.
                      The same week Got Til It's Gone rose to #36 in airplay:

                      Usher - You Make Me Wanna
                      #33 Airplay
                      #3 Sales

                      = #3 Hot 100

                      Aqua - Barbie Girl
                      #31 Airplay
                      #9 Sales

                      = #11 Hot 100

                      ALL of Janet's singles 1995-2001 made the Top 3 in physical sales. So as long as she sold an amount typical of her releases she definitely had a more than decent shot of going Top 10 (even if for just one or two weeks).
                      Last edited by TwentyForeplay; Sun April 3, 2022, 00:02.

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                      • Yeah, it was likely going to be a top ten, I still think somewhere between 7-10, NOW, as we know, if R&B charts were included then it would have been an easy top ten! The positive is that it's going to be Gold eligible this year or next year! Sooner than expected!

                        If only they'd unblock its music video on VEVO! That's hurt so much of her SPS!

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                        • Janet Jackson Top Youtube Streaming Countries and Continents Globally

                          These are her top 30 countries for the past 31 days....


                          1 United States - 5.91M views
                          2 Brazil - 374K views
                          3 United Kingdom - 358K views
                          4 Canada - 269K views
                          5 Japan - 247K views
                          6 France - 222K views
                          7 South Africa - 198K views
                          8 Australia - 174K views
                          9 Philippines - 162K views
                          10 Germany - 128K views
                          11 Mexico - 111K views
                          12 Italy - 70.2K views
                          13 Netherlands - 58.8K views
                          14 Spain - 53.8K views
                          15 Poland - 49.6K views
                          16 Belgium - 49.2K views
                          17 South Korea - 46.3K views
                          18 New Zealand - 45.7K views
                          19 Argentina - 32.9K views
                          20 Chile - 32.6K views
                          21 India - 31.7K views
                          22 Taiwan - 31.6K views
                          23 Colombia - 31.1K views
                          24 Trinidad and Tobago - 24.8K views
                          25 Russia - 23.2K views
                          26 Jamaica - 22.9K views
                          27 Indonesia - 22.6K views
                          28 Malaysia - 19.3K views
                          29 Kenya - 19.2K views
                          30 Peru - 18.7K views

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                          • Got 'Til It's Gone would have been surely a top 5 hit if it charted on the Hot 100 the video is arguably her most acclaim video but due to how the video look it was banned.

                            Janet should have released Go Deep in the U.S. that song without a doubt would have been a top 10 record.

                            Every Time definitely would have been a top 10 hit.

                            You was good as it suppose to be a promotional record.

                            What About was suppose to have had a music video Just like This Time from the janet. era was going to have but plans fell through damn I would have love to seen what the What About video would have look.

                            Together Again and I Get Lonely done so well and the different versions of each song made them mainstays especially Together Again her biggest hit record in the world but Got 'Til It's Gone, Go Deep & Every Time had so much potential but those 3 songs still holds up anyway well you don't really hear much of Every Time brought up.

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                            • Agree with Go Deep. It picked up considerable airplay if I remember correctly but Everytime didnt. I dont think Everytime would have been a top 10 hit for her. Top 40 maybe.

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                              • Hey. I thought you would be interested about this thread I found yesterday, celebrating Janet Jackson's career sales, records and achievements:

                                Link: https://www.pop-junkie.com/forums/to...-the-receipts/

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                                • Good list, it's a little outdated, you can find a lot of recent leaks on in this thread.

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                                  • Every Time definitely would have been a top 10 record I don't see that record pass the top 10 and that type of video definitely would have been played on MTV 24/7 without a doubt she released the video I think the night before the start of The Velvet Rope Tour or the same day as the tour but it was release for promotional purposes.
                                    Last edited by Nerd Score; Fri April 8, 2022, 03:16.

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                                    • Originally posted by Nerd Score View Post
                                      Every Time definitely would have been a top 10 record I don't see that record pass the top 10 and that type of video definitely would have been played on MTV 24/7 without a doubt she released the video I think the night before the start of The Velvet Rope Tour or the same day as the tour but it was release for promotional purposes.
                                      I don't see how it could. When the video was released, there didn't seem to be a big push for it. But if there was, it would obviously be a bigger pop hit. Maybe not as big as Together Again but yeah.
                                      "Crime is increasing
                                      Trigger happy policing..."
                                      -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                      • How far is the dream street album from 1M streams

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                                        • Janet should be credited for 28 top 10 in US. She deserves credit for Diamonds.

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                                          • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post

                                            I don't see how it could. When the video was released, there didn't seem to be a big push for it. But if there was, it would obviously be a bigger pop hit. Maybe not as big as Together Again but yeah.
                                            She didn't release the record in the U.S.

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                                            • Originally posted by BritneyMadonnastan View Post
                                              How far is the dream street album from 1M streams
                                              It has 800,003 streams on Spotify now. But it probably gets like 2 daily streams so it might take a while.
                                              Britney Spears • Janet Jackson • Christina Aguilera • Michael Jackson • Selena Gomez • Hilary Duff • Taylor Swift •

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                                              • I was going to post a top 20 songs list with daily increases but her streaming is so low that I decided that posting her albums would make more sense.

                                                +168,688 - 244,413,930 - The Velvet Rope
                                                +117,136 - 211,639,745 - Janet
                                                +83,019 - 126,783,587 - All For You
                                                +64,582 - 95,696,472 - Rhythm Nation 1814
                                                +25,643 - 95,178,319 - Control
                                                +21,094 - 30,146,923 - 20 YO
                                                +13,240 - 67,575,914 - Unbreakable
                                                +11,730 - 24,624,287 - Damita Jo
                                                +889 - 1,607,179 - Janet Jackson
                                                ​​​​​​+433 - 800,436 - Dream Street

                                                +14,304 - 23,377,936 - Best of Number Ones
                                                +9,482 - 18,168,548 - Design of a Decade

                                                ------------

                                                +554,814 - 1,107,437,148 - Career Total

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                                                • Originally posted by JeremySpears View Post

                                                  It has 800,003 streams on Spotify now. But it probably gets like 2 daily streams so it might take a while.
                                                  I doubt it'll ever get there lol

                                                  The first two are not heavy favorites. You have to be a SUPER stan to appreciate both.
                                                  "Crime is increasing
                                                  Trigger happy policing..."
                                                  -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                                  • Originally posted by p0isonparadise View Post
                                                    I was going to post a top 20 songs list with daily increases but her streaming is so low that I decided that posting her albums would make more sense.

                                                    +168,688 - 244,413,930 - The Velvet Rope
                                                    +117,136 - 211,639,745 - Janet
                                                    +83,019 - 126,783,587 - All For You
                                                    +64,582 - 95,696,472 - Rhythm Nation 1814
                                                    +25,643 - 95,178,319 - Control
                                                    +21,094 - 30,146,923 - 20 YO
                                                    +13,240 - 67,575,914 - Unbreakable
                                                    +11,730 - 24,624,287 - Damita Jo
                                                    +889 - 1,607,179 - Janet Jackson
                                                    ​​​​​​+433 - 800,436 - Dream Street

                                                    +14,304 - 23,377,936 - Best of Number Ones
                                                    +9,482 - 18,168,548 - Design of a Decade

                                                    ------------

                                                    +554,814 - 1,107,437,148 - Career Total
                                                    I guess it's not surprising that her '90s albums and All for You are her most popular albums to date in the streaming era. Control/RN1814 seemed neck in neck at the 95m range. YIKES at the numbers for 20 YO and Damita Jo though. Unbreakable truly benefited in the streaming era (via No Sleeep). I do think the fact she had interludes hurt the streams for some of these albums because I feel they would probably be up more without em, but that's just me.
                                                    "Crime is increasing
                                                    Trigger happy policing..."
                                                    -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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