Madonna has hit a record-breaking milestone and has become the first woman to earn the top 10 titles on the Billboard 200 albums chart every decade since the release of her self-titled debut in 1983.
Since her self-titled debut in 1983, the Queen of Pop has been on top in the 1980s, ‘90s, 2000s, ‘10s and now the ‘20s.
The 64-year-old’s new remix compilation, Finally Enough Love, debuts at No. 8 on the Sept. 3-dated chart. According to Billboard, Madonna is the 10th act to have achieved this distinction and the other nine are all solo male artists or groups comprising men.
She bagged a total of five top 10s on the Billboard 200 in the 1980s (‘Madonna’, ‘Like a Virgin’, ‘True Blue’, the ‘Who’s That Girl’ soundtrack and ‘Like a Prayer’). Seven in the 90s, six in the 2000s, in the ’10s she had four. Of those 23 top 10, nine reached No. 1: ‘Like a Virgin’, ‘True Blue’, ‘Like a Prayer’, ‘Music’, ‘American Life’, ‘Confessions on a Dance Floor’, ‘Hard Candy’, ‘MDNA’ and ‘Madame X’.
Speaking of her new album, Madonna said: “I named this record ‘Finally Enough Love’ because at the end of the day, love is what makes the world go round.”
Acts With New Top 10 Albums on the Billboard 200 Chart in the 1980s, ‘90s, 2000s, ‘10s & ‘20s: