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  • Spotify Weekly Top Artists Global
    #56 - Lady Gaga (+6)

    (10th female)

    Spotify Weekly Top Albums Global
    #93 - The Fame Monster (Deluxe) (-3)
    #98 - ASIB (+21)

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    • Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums
      2 (1) 402 The Fame
      4 (5) 78 Chromatica
      5 (Re) 2 Dawn of Chromatica
      10 (Re) 81 The Fame Monster (EP)
      17 (17) 267 Born This Way

      She occupies 5 out of 25 positions on the chart this week. The queen of Dance/Electronic music.

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      • As posted on Beyonce's thread:

        Originally posted by Piethro View Post
        Beyoncé's Top20 biggest hits in the United Kingdom (from MTV Music):


        8. “Telephone” — 1,151 million
        Taking into account the figures in that Top 20 and that she received new certifications since September for some of those songs, the MTV figures should be up to August max.
        So... Telephone must be really really close to 2xPlatinum in UK by now, it should be certified probably next month.

        With Shallow's 4xPlat certification around the corner as well... she'll surpass 20 million records certified in UK in the next couple of months.

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        • Gaga is the eighth most played female artist of 2021 according to Spotify.

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          • Originally posted by Million View Post
            Gaga is the eighth most played female artist of 2021 according to Spotify.
            #45 overall. Not bad for a year with no new material per se, only jazz covers and remixes…

            By the way, only 10 women in the Top 50.

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            • Spotify Top Female Artists
              2017 - #16
              2018 - #17
              2019 - #6
              2020 - #6
              2021 - #8

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              • Originally posted by nympho View Post
                Spotify Top Female Artists
                2017 - #16
                2018 - #17
                2019 - #6
                2020 - #6
                2021 - #8
                She has a chance to stay in the top 10 next year even if she doesn't release anything, but I think she's going to release an album because since CTC she always releases an album every two years, it must be a clause in her contract.
                Last edited by Million; Wed December 1, 2021, 16:28.

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                • Originally posted by nympho View Post
                  Spotify Top Female Artists
                  2017 - #16
                  2018 - #17
                  2019 - #6
                  2020 - #6
                  2021 - #8
                  She's slaying

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                    • Billboard Year End Charts 2021 (from Nov. 21, 2020 to Nov. 13, 2021)

                      Billboard 200 Artists
                      #100 Lady Gaga

                      Billboard 200 Artists – Female
                      #20 Lady Gaga

                      Billboard Global 200 Artist
                      #77 Lady Gaga

                      Billboard Global Excl. U.S. Artists
                      #73 Lady Gaga

                      Billboard Global 200
                      #63 Shallow
                      #123 Rain On Me

                      Billboard Global 200 Excl. U.S.
                      #51 Shallow
                      #121 Rain On Me

                      Top Album Sales
                      #81 Love For Sale

                      Top Current Album Sales
                      #57 Love For Sale
                      #60 Chromatica

                      Soundtracks
                      #5 A Star Is Born

                      Jazz Albums
                      #9 Love For Sale

                      Traditional Jazz Albums
                      #8 Love For Sale

                      Traditional Jazz Albums Artists
                      #10 Lady Gaga

                      Top Dance/Electronic Artists
                      #1 Lady Gaga

                      Top Dance/Electronic Albums Artists
                      #1 Lady Gaga

                      Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs Artists
                      #3 Lady Gaga

                      Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Artists
                      #7 Lady Gaga

                      Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales Artists
                      #5 Lady Gaga

                      Top Dance/Electronic Albums
                      #1 The Fame
                      #2 Chromatica
                      #12 Born This Way

                      Hot Dance/Electronic Songs
                      #7 Rain On Me

                      Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs
                      #7 Rain On Me
                      #18 Poker Face
                      #20 Bad Romance

                      Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales
                      #8 Rain On Me
                      #22 Poker Face
                      #23 Bad Romance

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                      • The Year In Dance/Electronic Charts 2021: Lady Gaga Remains on Top


                        Lady Gaga was Billboard‘s Top Dance/Electronic Artist for the second straight year in 2021, continuing her 2020 momentum. She’s now topped the year-end list five times, including a three-year stewardship from 2009-11.

                        Billboard’s year-end music recaps represent aggregated metrics for each artist, title, label and music contributor on the weekly charts dated Nov. 21, 2020, through Nov. 13, 2021. The rankings for MRC Data-based recaps reflect equivalent album units, airplay, sales or streaming during the weeks that the titles appeared on a respective chart during the tracking year. Any activity registered before or after a title’s chart run isn’t considered in these rankings. That methodology detail, and the November-November time period, account for some of the difference between these lists and the calendar-year recaps that are independently compiled by MRC Data.

                        As in 2020, Gaga finishes the year as the No. 1 Top Dance/Electronic Albums Artist, once again owning the top two spots on the year-end Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart (although flipping positions) with The Fame (No. 1) and Chromatica (No. 2).

                        Chromatica, released in 2020, added 14 weeks at No. 1 in the 2021 chart year, giving it 36 in all. That’s already the fourth-most for any title since the chart’s 2001 inception, only trailing her own debut The Fame (152 weeks at No. 1), The Chainsmokers‘ 2017 release Memories… Do Not Open (46 weeks) and Gnarls Barkley’s 2006 effort St. Elsewhere (39).

                        The Fame, from 2008 and featuring Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s “Just Dance,” featuring Colby O’Donis, and “Poker Face,” tallied an additional 32 frames at No. 1 in 2021, easily the most of any title. Other than Fame and Chromatica, no title earned more than a single week at the summit of the consumption-based Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart this year.

                        Gaga nabbed one of those one-week leaders with her remixed set Dawn of Chromatica, which debuted at No. 1 on the Sept. 18-dated chart. That week, Gaga held the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart’s top four positions, with Dawn of Chromatica (No. 1), Born This Way (No. 2), The Fame (No. 3) and Chromatica (No. 4) marking the first time any act ever claimed the top four spots in an individual week. Plus, she tied Louie DeVito for the most No. 1s, seven, in the chart’s history, and tied DeVito for the most No. 1 debuts with six. She also increased her lead for the most toppers among female acts (M.I.A. and Lindsey Stirling are next, with four each). With three No. 1s in 2021, Gaga was the only act with more than one leader in the 2021 chart year.

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                        • Omg, Queen of Dance/Electronic music
                          And people on Twitter have the audacity to call her a flop, she's doing so good

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                          • Top Dance/Electronic Albums
                            2 (4) 79 Chromatica
                            5 (2) 403 The Fame
                            11 (10) 82 The Fame Monster (EP)
                            16 (17) 268 Born This Way

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                            • Lady Gaga and Beyoncé's Video Phone is now certified gold in Australia.

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                              • Originally posted by Million View Post
                                Lady Gaga and Beyoncé's Video Phone is now certified gold in Australia.
                                Wait… A song that was #3, and stayed more than 7 months in Top 50… wasn’t certified at all and after all these years is “only” Gold? Strange…

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                                • Originally posted by nympho View Post

                                  Wait… A song that was #3, and stayed more than 7 months in Top 50… wasn’t certified at all and after all these years is “only” Gold? Strange…
                                  It's Video Phone, not Telephone

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                                  • Originally posted by Million View Post
                                    It's Video Phone, not Telephone
                                    Lol. My bad.

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                                      • Best selling female remix albums worldwide

                                        1.Madonna - You Can Dance - 6,000,000
                                        2.Jennifer Lopez - J to tha L-O - 3,200,000
                                        3.Paula Abdul - Shut Up and Dance - 1,500,000
                                        4.Lady Gaga - The Remixes - 1,500,000
                                        5.Madonna - Remixed And Revisited - 1,000,000
                                        6.Janet Jackson - Janet Remixed - 750,000
                                        7.Destiny's Child - This Is The Remix - 740,000
                                        8.Mary J Blige - What's The 411?Remix - 700,000
                                        9.SWV - The Remixes - 600,000
                                        10.Shakira - The Remixes- 500,000
                                        11.Janet Jackson - Control The Remixes - 500,000
                                        12.Mariah Carey - The Remixes - 500,000

                                        *excluding Asian female singers & estimations from different sources (Mediatraffic etc)

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                                        • Originally posted by Nost View Post


                                          #1 searched for in the UK! It must be bloody near 3X Plat here now...

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                                            • German Midweek Charts

                                              81 (RE) Born This Way

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                                              • SWITZERLAND
                                                88 (Re) 39 Born This Way

                                                UK Vinyl Albums
                                                39 (Re) Born This Way

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                                                • Scotland

                                                  96 (RE) Born This Way

                                                  Belgium (FL)

                                                  113 (124) 180 The Fame
                                                  182 (RE) 27 Born This Way

                                                  Belgium (WA)

                                                  195 (186) 152 The Fame

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                                                  • Thanks to the vinyl release of the 10th anniversary edition:





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