Madonna has continuously made an impact on the music industry since her career began, and recently made a new record as a music artist.
According to Billboard, the Queen of Pop, 64, has become the very first woman to land Billboard 200 top 10 albums every decade since the release of her debut album, Madonna (1983).
The talented performer is also the only music artist to top any Billboard chart 50 times, reported People.
Queen of Pop: Madonna, 64, has made a new milestone by becoming the first woman to land Billboard 200 Top 10 albums every decade since her start in the ’80s; seen in 2021
The singer released Finally Enough Love, a remix compilation album from Warner Records that became available for purchase earlier this summer on June 24.
The dance remix album is currently sitting at the number eight spot on the Billboard 200 list, and has already become the top-selling album of the week on the Top Album Sales chart.
Madonna’s Finally Enough Love is the first remix album to secure a spot on the top 10 list since Beyoncé’s More Only EP back in 2014, reported Billboard.
First hit album: The talented singer and performer released her first hit album called Madonna in 1983; pictured on the set of Desperately Seeking Susan in 1985
Another charting album: The award-winning singer recently released her remix compilation album, Finally Enough Love, on June 24, and is currently at number eight on the Billboard 200
Madonna is the 10th person to achieve the milestone of sitting on the Billboard 200 top 10 albums list each decade since the ’80s. The nine before her have been all men, and were either solo artists or in groups, according to the music publication.
Over the course of her long-lasting career, the star has garnered seven Grammy’s, along with 20 MTV Video Music Awards.
The singer’s latest remix album contains a whopping 50 of her most popular dance hits over the years, such as a remix version of Like A Prayer.
Talented: Madonna is the only music artist in the industry to top any Billboard chart 50 times, reported People; pictured on stage in 1985
Award-winning: Along with making a new milestone, the mom of six has a number of other accolades under her belt, including seven Grammy wins
When talking to Harper’s Bazaar, Madonna opened up about the name of the album.
‘I named this record Finally Enough Love because at the end of the day, love is what makes the world go round,’ the award-winning performer explained. ‘It also represents one of my biggest loves in life, which is dance.’
‘I love to dance, and I love to inspire people to dance, so with 50 number one dance hits, that is a lot of love to share,’ the mother of six added.
Inspiration: During an interview, the star stated that she named the album Finally Enough Love, ‘because at the end of the day, love is what makes the world go round’
Dancing queen: During an interview, the star stated, ‘I love to dance, and I love to inspire people to dance, so with 50 number one dance hits, that is a lot of love to share,’ when discussing Finally Enough Love
The Vogue hitmaker also spoke to V Magazine in detail about her new album. ‘Putting this project together was like taking a trip down memory lane. It was a cathartic, emotional experience and brought back so many memories.’
‘I realized how hard I’ve worked, and what an adventurous musical life I’ve led! Most importantly, it made me realize how meaningful dance music has always been to me,’ the star continued.
Madonna discussed how music itself has changed throughout the decades and what she misses the most.
It’s so different from the early ’80s up until now. The music from the ’80s has a naivety to it and a simplicity which I love and I miss,’ the Material Girl singer stated to the publication.
‘But then we have this new awesome technology at our fingertips and we can make synths sound like a voice, and a voice sound like a percussionist instrument or violins.’
A change: Madonna expressed in an interview that music has changed throughout the years, but new technology is ‘awesome’
Breaking records: The Queen of Pop has a total of 23 top 10 rankings, along with Bob Dylan
According to Billboard, Finally Enough Love gives Madonna a total of 23 top 10 rankings, causing her to tie with Bob Dylan.
The Queen of Pop has more top 10s than iconic singers such as Elton John and Prince. Sitting above her are artists such as Elvis Presley with 27 top 10s, and The Rolling Stones garnering the most with 37.
Along with landing number one on Top Album Sales this week, Madonna’s dance remix compilation has also currently secured the highest spot for Top Dance/Electronic Albums.