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Gaga dominates BB's Dance/Electronic Charts, breaks records


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With the coronation, Gaga - who already owned the mark for the most No. 1s among female acts dating to the chart's 2001 inception -- ties Louie DeVito for the most leaders overall. With six No. 1 debuts, Gaga also ties DeVito for that mark.

 

Further, Gaga holds the chart's top four positions, with Dawn of Chromatica (No. 1), Born This Way (No. 2), The Fame (No. 3) and Chromatica (No. 4). It's the first time any act has claimed the top four spots in a single week.

 

 

Here's a look at Lady Gaga's seven career Top Dance/Electronic Albums No. 1s

(Title, Date First Hit No. 1, Total Weeks at No. 1)

 

The Fame, Nov. 15, 2008, 142, a chart record

The Fame Monster (EP), Dec. 12, 2009, 2

The Remix, Aug. 21, 2010, 1

Born This Way, June 11, 2011, 19

Artpop, Nov. 30, 2013, 10

Chromatica, June 13, 2020, 36

Dawn of Chromatica, Sept. 18, 2021, 1

 

BILLBOARD HOT DANCE/ELECTRONIC SONGS

#14, 911

#17, Plastic Doll

#20, Free Woman

#23, Rain On Me

#24, Sour Candy

#26,Alice

#27, Stupid Love

#28 Replay

#30 Babylon

#39 Sine From Above

 

BILLBOARD TOP DANCE/ELECTRONIC ALBUMS

#1 (new) Dawn of Chromatica

#2 (+15) Born This Way

#3 (-2) The Fame

#4 (-1) Chromatica

 

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She said "just dance, gonna be ok" and then decided to rule dance music forever :clap3:

 

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There’s a reason why people like Calvin Harris credit her with changing mainstream top 40 radio to start playing electronic dance music. Queen. 

 

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42 minutes ago, Artur said:

BILLBOARD TOP DANCE/ELECTRONIC ALBUMS

#1 (new) Dawn of Chromatica

#2 (+15) Born This Way

#3 (-2) The Fame

#4 (-1) Chromatica

waittt not her occupying the WHOLE top 4 this week with 2 more than a decade old albums eyeee :jonnycat:

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14 minutes ago, Burqaswag said:

no one cares for this chart

I mean it’s pretty cool that she basically owns the dance genre of music lmao

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This chart is soo dead plss. Theres literally 0 activity on it besides Gaga nnn. 

Even the alternative chart has more going on there :dies:

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Good to see her dominate this chart, although to be honest it is completely dead and kind of means nothing these days. 

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30 minutes ago, Virtual_Insanity said:

Good to see her dominate this chart, although to be honest it is completely dead and kind of means nothing these days. 

What chart is Katy dominating? :cm: 

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Why is her music still considered Dance for this chart? Most other dance-pop singers have had their music moved to Pop. The only people who get Dance Grammy noms are DJs.  If Gaga's album is there, why not Dua?  

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8 hours ago, artangel said:

waittt not her occupying the WHOLE top 4 this week with 2 more than a decade old albums eyeee :jonnycat:

Because she's the only mainstream artist that Billboard considers dance, their genre charts are so arbitrary. A The Weeknd's pop songs charting in the R&B charts tease :deadbanana4:

 

But two of those albums are charting in the BB200 so congrats :clap3:

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1 hour ago, BlueTimberwolf said:

Why is her music still considered Dance for this chart? Most other dance-pop singers have had their music moved to Pop. The only people who get Dance Grammy noms are DJs.  If Gaga's album is there, why not Dua?  

Because she makes and is associated with electronic music primarily and it's one of her core genres, unlike other pop acts. She uses electronic arrangements and instrumentations heavily in her songs and albums.

 

Eligibility criteria for Hot Dance/Electronic songs:

Songs will be eligible to chart on the Dance/Electronic Songs chart based on their "core sound and tempo," 

 

It is based on their teams' internal classifications. For Dua, CFN charted on the Dance/Electronic albums chart but not FN because maybe it didn't meet their eligibility criteria for what they consider as electronic music? :michael:

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38 minutes ago, lcylcy said:

Some charts with names starting with Bubbling

Barely charting with only 1 song¬†‚Ȇ Dominating :sistrens:

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