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  1. The female solo artists with the most Number 1 albums Who takes the crown when it comes to the most Number 1s on the Official Albums Chart? Who run the world? Girls. How about we look at the leading ladies on the Official Albums Chart? That's right - we're going to see which women have scored the most chart toppers on the Official Albums Chart with a list highlighting those who hit the peak of the chart with three or more albums. 19 female artists have managed it, but who has the most? It's time to find out... Madonna The Queen of Pop is of course on top of our list, with a staggering 12 chart topping albums to her name. Her dozen of Number 1 smashes are: Like A Virgin, True Blue, Like A Prayer, The Immaculate Collection, Evita - OST, Ray of Light, Music, American Life, Confessions on a Dancefloor, Hard Candy, Celebration and MDNA. *deep breath* Madonna is the only woman in double figures, joining an elite club that only includes The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Robbie Williams, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen and U2. Look back at Madonna's full UK chart history, including 63 UK Top 10 singles. Barbra Streisand Barbra Streisand is in the runner-up slot, her most recent Number 1 being her duets album Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway, which made it all the way to the helm of the Official Albums Chart back in September 2016. The LP was Babs' first Number 1 record in 7 years. See all of Barbra Streisand's hits her in her artist hub. Adele The leading British artist on the list is none other than Adele. While Adele has currently racked up three chart-topping albums, she claims the most amount of weeks at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart, totaling 37 across each of her records, just ahead of Madonna at 30 weeks. Next in line is Barbra Streisand, currently on 20 weeks at the summit. Adele's album 21 is the fourth biggest selling of all-time, while her third record 25 is the fastest-selling in history. Elsewhere, Kylie Minogue flies the international flag with 6 Number 1s, Celine Dion has took five records to the top, while Diana Ross and Rihanna both sit on four chart toppers apiece. Who else features on our rundown? Here come the girls! ARTIST NUMBER 1 ALBUMS MADONNA 12 KYLIE MINOGUE 7 BARBRA STREISAND 7* CELINE DION 5 DIANA ROSS 4 RIHANNA 4 KATE BUSH 3 EVA CASSIDY 3 NORAH JONES 3 AVRIL LAVIGNE 3 SUSAN BOYLE 3 AMY WINEHOUSE 3 LADY GAGA 3** ADELE 3 BEYONCE 3 LANA DEL REY 3 TAYLOR SWIFT 3 ARIANA GRANDE 3 PINK 3 *7 including the A Star Is Born soundtrack, originally credited as 'Original Soundtrack' when it charted at Number 1 in 1977. **4 including A Star Is Born's Motion Picture Cast Recording, a soundtrack featuring songs by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, with spoken interludes from other cast members.
  2. Spotify presenta tus canciones más escuchadas de 2018 La plataforma de streaming musical puso en marcha Wrapped 2018, herramienta que permite conocer el resumen de cada usuario desglosado en artistas, canciones y géneros más escuchados. Tal como hizo en 2017, Spotify dio a sus usuarios la posibilidad de conocer su resumen anual de artistas, canciones y géneros más escuchados durante 2018. En un formato dinámico y colorido, el servicio online permite -desde navegador web y la aplicación- descubrir su propio ránking, incluyendo estadísticas como la cantidad de minutos que escuchó música y sugerencias para comenzar el 2019. Aquí acceden a la página: ---> https://spotifywrapped.com/es-419/
  3. #1 Simon & Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water (135 weeks) ***** #2 Ed Sheeran X (97 weeks) ***** #3 Michael Jackson Thriller (88 weeks *Includes Thriller 25ª*) ***** #4 Adele 21 (77 weeks) ***** #5 Sam Smith In The Lonely Hour (76 weeks) ***** #6 Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells (74 weeks) ***** #7 Amy Winehouse Back to Black (72 weeks, Includes The Deluxe Edition) ***** #7 Lady Gaga The Fame (72 weeks. Includes The Fame Monster) ***** #9 Emeli Sandé Our Version of Events (67 weeks) ***** #10 Dire Straits Brothers in Arms (66 weeks) http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-news/albums-that-have-spent-the-longest-in-the-top-10__22025/
  4. 25 Best & Worst Album Covers of 2017 From Taylor Swift's attempt to dupe the New York Times with Reputation to the many memes birthed by Kendrick Lamar's viral DAMN., the album covers we've seen in 2017 are just as memorable as the music behind them. Below, check out the album art that struck us the most this year -- for better, or for worse. Lorde, ‘Melodrama’: BEST Released: June 16 Brooklyn-based artist Sam McKinniss nails this blue-lit portrait of Lorde, which perfectly communicates the intimacy and coming-of-age storyline of Melodrama with its hazy twilight hues and bedside setting. ***** Lil Yachty, ‘Teenage Emotions’: BEST Released: May 26 Lil Yachty lives up to his legacy as the “king of the teens” -- all teens -- in this inclusive cover designed by Mihailo Andic, which portrays a gay couple kissing, a woman with vitiligo and high school-aged kids of seemingy every skin color and ethnicity. ***** Arca, ‘Arca’: WORST Released: April 7 The cover of Arca’s self-titled album is hardly without artistic merit, but we’d be lying if we said this close-up, teethy, outright otherworldly face wasn’t tough to stomach every time we want to listen to “Desafío." ***** Harry Styles, ‘Harry Styles’: BEST Released: May 12 One tattooed, shirtless Harry Styles, one bathtub of pink water and a dash of unicorn glitter make the perfect recipe for this gorgeous album cover -- the One Directioner’s first as a solo act. ***** Kendrick Lamar, ‘DAMN.’: BEST Released: April 14 Kendrick’s theatrically glum expression coupled with the album’s angry-red, caps-locked title made this cover both meme-able and memorable. ***** Pitbull, ‘Greatest Hits’: WORST Released: Dec. 1 Whether you're a die-hard fan or not, we're pretty sure everyone can agree: One Pitbull is enough for this world. Five versions of the bald-headed Mr. Worldwide make this cover a bit over-the-top -- but then again, so is Pitbull. ***** Kehlani, ‘SweetSexySavage’: BEST Released: January 27 Artists Brick and James McCloud depict Kehlani as the glossy angel that she is, glowing in front of pink clouds and covered in gold glitter. ***** Drake, ‘More Life’: BEST Released: March 18 If you thought Drake was stylish, get a load of his dad. Drake's father Dennis Graham sports a magnificent mustache and bowtie in this classy cover for More Life, which is actually a vintage photograph of the elder Graham, taken in the '70s. ***** Taylor Swift, 'Reputation': WORST Released: Nov. 10 Taylor Swift made her return to the spotlight this year with the ultimately well-received Reputation, a pop treasure we even included in our Best Albums of 2017 roundup. Too bad Swift's initial album announcement was overshadowed by the dreadfulness of its New York Times-themed cover art, which inspired countless memes upon its release. ***** Tyler, the Creator, ‘Flower Boy’: BEST Released: July 21 Eric White brings Tyler, the Creator’s Flower Boy to life with this surreal cover, depicting the rapper surrounded by enormous bees and sunflowers in an orange-hued hillside wonderland. ***** Migos, ‘Culture’: BEST Released: Jan. 27 Migos enlisted Italian graphic designer Stole “Moab” Stojmenov for this trippy collage, which combines classic archetypes like doves, roses and fire with shout-outs to the rap trio’s native Atlanta and a red Lamborghini. ***** The Killers, ‘Wonderful Wonderful’: WORST Released: Sept. 22 The Killers abandoned their usual pixelated logo and vintage feel for the cover art of 2017 output Wonderful Wonderful, but the result -- a bright image of a hand thrusting a conch shell to the sky -- is more fitting for the lobby of a beachside motel. ***** Mura Masa, ‘Mura Masa’: BEST Released: July 14 The Grammy-nominated art for Mura Masa's self-titled debut album is as creative as the music behind it, interspersing an angled photo of electronic mastermind Alex Crossan with rows of text in the vein of Kanye West's 2016 LP The Life of Pablo. ***** JAY-Z, ‘4:44’: BEST Released: June 30 There are few album covers in 2017 as iconic -- and simple -- as JAY-Z’s lauded 4:44. Here, Jay pairs his album title with only a pastel beige background and the words "THIS IS HIS 13TH STUDIO ALBUM," proving the rap veteran truly needs no further introduction. ***** Katy Perry, ‘Witness’: WORST Released: June 9 The freaky alien theme of Katy Perry's Witness art is a sharp contrast to the softly-lit sunflower fields that covered the pop star's 2013 Prism. While we have to give the singer props for trying something bold, the artwork is just a tad too horrifying for our taste. ***** Future, ‘HNDRXX’: BEST Released: Feb. 24 Future looks like a classy, well-dressed ghost in the grainy cover art for HNDRXX, the Atlanta rapper's spontaneous sixth studio album. ***** Charli XCX, ‘Number 1 Angel’: BEST Released: March 10 Swooning yet? Charli XCX looks like an absolute queen in this lush, crimson-flooded album cover, standing tall in point-toe stillettos with a white rose in hand. ***** LCD Soundsystem, ‘American Dream’: WORST Released: Sept. 1 The sparse cover art for LCD Soundsystem's American Dream -- which looks like it could have been concocted using a stock photo and some toying with Microsoft Word -- just doesn't do the Grammy-nominated album justice. ***** Vince Staples, ‘Big Fish Theory’: BEST Released: June 23 Vince Staples thrusts fans inside the metaphorical "fishbowl" around which Big Fish Theory is based with this clever album cover, where we come face-to-face with a frightened-looking guppy. ***** Daniel Caesar, ‘Freudian’: BEST Released: Aug. 25 The art accompanying Daniel Caesar's debut album Freudian is as stunning as the music itself, depicting the artist climbing uphill a steep structure as piercing sunlight spotlights his ascent. ***** Eminem, ‘Revival’: WORST Released: Dec. 15 Eminem facepalms in shame behind the American flag on this album cover, which is provocative but undeniably cringeworthy all the same. ***** The National, ‘Sleep Well Beast’: BEST Released: Sept. 8 The National's latest offering was put together from an old farmhouse in Hudson Valley, New York belonging to guitarist/songwriter Aaron Dessner -- presumably the same barn reflected in this dim-lit album cover, which is up for a Grammy for best recording package. ***** SZA, ‘Ctrl’: BEST Released: June 9 SZA lounges in a garden against a wall of discarded PC monitors for the cover of Ctrl, a tongue-in-cheek reference to the album's theme of navigating life and love in the digital-obsessed age. ***** Father John Misty, ‘Pure Comedy’: BEST Released: April 7 Cartoonist Edward Steed proves the perfect artistic match for the sardonic humor of Father John Misty's Pure Comedy. Look closely: this sprawling, Grammy-nominated design is a twisty game of "I Spy," poking fun at everything from wedding rituals to sporting events. ***** G-Eazy, ‘The Beautiful & Damned’: WORST Released: Dec. 15 Is Oakland rapper G-Eazy releasing a new album, or confessing to a crime? With this eerie, blood-spattered cover art, the answer could go either way. Fuente: Billboard