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  1. UK: Highest Certified Female Artists (All-Time) #1 Rihanna - 38,300,000 #2 Madonna - 27,620,000 #3 Adele - 23,400,000 #4 Beyoncé - 18,920,000 #5 P!nk - 18,000,000 #6 Ariana Grande - 15,700,000 #7 Katy Perry - 15,260,000 #8 Lady Gaga - 15,060,000 #9 Kylie Minogue - 14,540,000 #10 Little Mix - 14,400,000
  2. Decade Album Chart 2010 - 2019 based on the evaluation of all weekly charts of the United World Chart from January 2010 till December 2019 1 Adele - 21 XL Recordings - 2011 - 29,9 milliom 2 Adele - 25 XL Recordings - 2015 - 22,2 million 3 Ed Sheeran - Divide Asylum / Atlantic - 2017 - 15,5 million 4 Michael Bublé - Christmas Reprise - 2011 - 13,1 million 5 Ed Sheeran - X Atlantic / Watertower - 2014 - 12,1 million 6 Taylor Swift - 1989 Big Machine - 2014 - 11,3 million 7 Soundtrack - Frozen Walt Disney - 2013 - 9,6 million 8 Lady GaGa - The Fame (Monster) Interscope - 2009 - 8,9 million 9 Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour Capitol - 2014 - 8,3 million 10 Eminem - Recovery Aftermath / Interscope - 2010 - 7,8 million 11 Justin Bieber - My Worlds (My World+My World 2.0) Island - 2009 - 7,8 million 12 Soundtrack - The Greatest Showman Atlantic - 2018 - 7,5 million 13 Bruno Mars - Doo-Wops & Hooligans Elektra / Warner Bros. - 2010 - 6,9 million copies 14 Katy Perry - Teenage Dream Capitol - 2010 - 6,9 million copies 15 Lady GaGa - Born This Way Interscope - 2011 - 6,8 million copies 16 Bruno Mars - Unorthodox Jukebox Atlantic - 2012 - 6,8 million copies 17 Rihanna - Loud Def Jam - 2010 - 6,7 million copies 18 Justin Bieber - Purpose Def Jam - 2015 - 6,7 million 19 Taylor Swift - Red Big Machine - 2012 - 6,7 million copies 20 Coldplay - Mylo Xyloto Parlophone / Capitol - 2011 - 6,4 million copies 21 Adele - 19 XL Recordings - 2008 - 6,4 million copies 22 Pink - The Truth About Love RCA - 2012 - 6,2 million copies 23 Post Malone - Beerbongs & Bentleys Republic - 2018 - 6,2 million 24 One Direction - Take Me Home Syco Music - 2012 - 6,2 million copies 25 Mumford & Sons - Babel Glass Note / Island - 2012 - 6,2 million copies 26 Ed Sheeran - Plus Asylum - 2011 - 6,1 million 27 Drake - Scorpion Cash Money / Republic - 2018 - 6,1 million 28 Drake - Views Cash Money / Republic - 2016 - 6,0 million 29 Taylor Swift - Speak Now Big Machine - 2010 - 6,0 million copies 30 One Direction - Up All Night Syco Music - 2011 - 5,9 million 31 Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend Island - 1984 - 5,7 million 32 Kendrick Lamar - Damn. Top Dawg / Interscope - 2017 - 5,7 million 33 Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More Island - 2009 - 5,6 million 34 Lana Del Rey - Born To Die Stranger / Interscope - 2012 - 5,5 million copies 35 Lady GaGa & Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born (Soundtrack) Interscope - 2018 - 5,5 million 36 Bruno Mars - 24k Magic Atlantic - 2016 - 5,3 million 37 Post Malone - Stoney Republic - 2016 - 5,2 million 38 Taylor Swift - Reputation Big Machine - 2017 - 5,1 million 39 Imagine Dragons - Night Visions Interscope - 2012 - 5,0 million 40 Coldplay - A Head Full Of Dreams Parlophone - 2015 - 4,9 million 41 Imagine Dragons - Evolve Interscope - 2017 - 4,9 million 42 Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP 2 Aftermath / Interscope - 2013 - 4,8 million 43 Abba - Gold Greatest Hits Polydor - 1992 - 4,8 million 44 One Direction - Midnight Memories Syco Music - 2013 - 4,6 million 45 Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Darkroom / Interscope - 2019 - 4,5 million 46 Justin Timberlake - The 20/20 Experience RCA - 2013 - 4,5 million copies 47 Drake - More Life Cash Money / Republic - 2017 - 4,4 million 48 Daft Punk - Random Access Memories Daft Life / Columbia - 2013 - 4,3 million copies 49 The Weeknd - Starboy Republic - 2016 - 4,3 million 50 Twenty One Pilots - Blurryface Fueled By Ramen - 2015 - 4,3 million http://www.mediatraffic.de/2010-2019-album-chart.htm
  3. Album Countdown 2019 encircled the weekly charts from January 12, 2019 till January 4, 2020 the figures are cumulative sales of an album included sales outside the weekly top 40 copyright (C) 2020 - all rights reserved Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Darkroom / Interscope - 4.490.000 equivalent sales BTS (Bangtan Boys) - Map Of The Soul: Persona Big Hit Entertainment - 4.241.000 equivalent sales Ariana Grande - Thank U, Next Republic - 3.317.000 equivalent sales Lady GaGa & Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born (Soundtrack) Interscope - 3.204.000 equivalent sales Taylor Swift - Lover Republic - 2.804.000 equivalent sales Post Malone - Hollywood's Bleeding Republic - 2.796.000 equivalent sales Soundtrack - Bohemian Rhapsody Hollywood / Virgin EMI - 2.748.000 equivalent sales Ed Sheeran - No.6 Collaborations Project Asylum / Atlantic - 2.692.000 equivalent sales Post Malone - Beerbongs & Bentleys Republic - 2.210.000 equivalent sales Arashi - 5x20 All The Best!! 1999-2019 J Storm Records Japan - 2.133.000 equivalent sales Soundtrack - The Greatest Showman Atlantic - 1.980.000 equivalent sales Ed Sheeran - Divide Asylum / Atlantic - 1.899.000 equivalent sales Khalid - Free Spirit RCA - 1.813.000 equivalent sales Drake - Scorpion Cash Money / Republic - 1.812.000 equivalent sales Travis Scott - Astroworld Cactus Jack / Grand Hustle / Epic - 1.763.000 equivalent sales Billie Eilish - Don't Smile At Me Darkroom / Interscope - 1.689.000 equivalent sales Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent Vertigo / Virgin - 1.594.000 equivalent sales A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie - Hoodie SZN High Bridge / Atlantic - 1.550.000 equivalent sales XXXTentacion - ? Bad Vibes Forever / Empire - 1.358.000 equivalent sales Juice WRLD - Death Race For Love Grade A Productions / Interscope - 1.336.000 equivalent sales Queen - Greatest Hits Hollywood / Parlophone - 1.297.000 equivalent sales Juice WRLD - Goodbye & Good Riddance Grade A Productions / Interscope - 1.289.000 equivalent sales Queen - Platinum Collection Hollywood / Parlophone - 1.253.000 equivalent sales Lizzo - Cuz I Love You Atlantic - 1.239.000 equivalent sales Rammstein - Rammstein Universal - 1.235.000 equivalent sales Soundtrack - Spider Man: Into The Spider-Verse Republic - 1.232.000 equivalent sales Jonas Brothers - Happiness Begins Republic - 1.216.000 equivalent sales Luke Combs - This One's For You Columbia Nashville - 1.182.000 equivalent sales Post Malone - Stoney Republic - 1.176.000 equivalent sales Shawn Mendes - Shawn Mendes Island - 1.152.000 equivalent sales Meek Mill - Championships Maybach Music / Atlantic - 1.136.000 equivalent sales Elton John - Diamonds Rocket / Virgin EMI - 1.107.000 equivalent sales Chris Brown - Indigo Third Man - 1.095.000 equivalent sales 21 Savage - I Am > I Was Epic - 1.073.000 equivalent sales Lil Nas X - Seven Columbia - 1.040.000 equivalent sales Seventeen - An Ode Pledis Entertainment - 1.034.000 equivalent sales Imagine Dragons - Origins Kidinakorner / Polydor / Interscope - 1.032.000 equivalent sales Ariana Grande - Sweetener Republic - 1.008.000 equivalent sales Cardi B - Invasion Of Privacy The KSR Group / Atlantic - 1.008.000 equivalent sales Pink - Hurts 2B Human RCA - 1.003.000 equivalent sales ------------------- Track Countdown 2019 encircled the weekly charts from January 12, 2019 till January 4, 2020 the figures are cumulative points of each track during its time on the top 40 list copyright (C) 2020 - all rights reserved Old Town Road - Lil Nas X (feat. Billy Ray Cyrus) Columbia - 12.577.000 points Bad Guy - Billie Eilish Darkroom / Interscope - 10.311.000 points Señorita - Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello Island - 9.690.000 points I Don't Care - Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber Asylum / Atlantic / Def Jam - 9.029.000 points Someone You Loved - Lewis Capaldi Virgin / Capitol - 7.906.000 points Sunflower - Post Malone & Swae Lee Republic - 6.768.000 points Shallow - Lady GaGa & Bradley Cooper Interscope - 6.430.000 points 7 Rings - Ariana Grande Republic - 6.385.000 points Dance Monkey - Tones And I Bad Batch - 6.028.000 points Sweet But Psycho - Ava Max Atlantic - 6.024.000 points Sucker - Jonas Brothers Republic - 5.830.000 points Dancing With A Stranger - Sam Smith & Normani Capitol - 5.455.000 points Con Calma - Daddy Yankee & Katy Perry feat. Snow El Cartel - 5.211.000 points Beautiful People - Ed Sheeran feat. Khalid Asylum / Atlantic / Def Jam - 5.087.000 points Wow. - Post Malone Republic - 4.344.000 points Without Me - Halsey Capitol / Virgin - 4.243.000 points High Hopes - Panic! At The Disco DCD2 / Fueled By Ramen - 4.148.000 points Circles - Post Malone Republic - 4.119.000 points Talk - Khalid RCA - 4.002.000 points Happier - Marshmello & Bastille Astralwerks / Capitol - 3.891.000 points Calma - Pedro Capó feat. Farruko Sony Music Latin - 3.283.000 points Goodbyes - Post Malone feat. Young Thug Republic - 3.232.000 points If I Can't Have You - Shawn Mendes Island - 3.231.000 points Memories - Maroon 5 Interscope - 3.201.000 points Don't Call Me Up - Mabel Polydor - 3.088.000 points How Do You Sleep? - Sam Smith Capitol - 3.025.000 points Giant - Calvin Harris & Rag'n'Bone Man Columbia - 2.987.000 points Truth Hurts - Lizzo Atlantic - 2.973.000 points Thank U, Next - Ariana Grande Republic - 2.933.000 points Piece Of Your Heart - Meduza feat. Goodboys Polydor / Virgin - 2.832.000 points Girls Like You - Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B Interscope - 2.717.000 points No Guidance - Chris Brown feat. Drake RCA - 2.639.000 points Ran$om - Lil Tecca Galactic / Republic - 2.621.000 points Me! - Taylor Swift feat. Brendon Urie Republic - 2.613.000 points Nothing Breaks Like A Heart - Mark Ronson feat. Miley Cyrus RCA - 2.539.000 points You Need To Calm Down - Taylor Swift Republic - 2.483.000 points S.O.S. - Avicii feat. Aloe Blacc Universal / Geffen - 2.477.000 points Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored - Ariana Grande Republic - 2.264.000 points China - Anuel AA | Daddy Yankee | Karol G | Ozuna | J Balvin Real Hasta La Muerte - 2.258.000 points Higher Love - Kygo & Whitney Houston RCA - 2.208.000 points
  4. 10.- Hotline Bling – Drake Esta canción dio origen a uno de los memes más populares de los últimos años. Y es que es imposible no quedarse tarareándola. Ganó el Grammy a Mejor Canción de Rap en 2017, generando la molestia de Drake, quién aseguró que no es una canción de rap. 9.- I Like It – Cardi B ft Bad Bunny & J Balvin Casi todo el mundo ha escuchado esta canción, aunque sea en publicidad. Cardi B samplea el clásico de 1967 “I Like It Like That” con todo su estilo. Y quién más para acompañarla que los latino emergentes J Balvin y Bad Bunny. 8.- Follow Your Arrow – Kacey Musgraves Esta artista revolucionó Estados Unidos con su música country. Con un mensaje que llamaba a vivir la vida como se quiera vivir, y besar tantos chicos y chicas como se quiera, Kacey Musgraves generó mucha controversia con esta canción. 7.- thank u, next – Ariana Grande Con casi 500 millones de visitas en YouTube, este tema es uno de los más grandes éxitos de Ariana Grande. Un agradecimiento a sus ex, con un videoclip al puro estilo de Mean Girls. Se convirtió en uno de los himnos para todo aquel que haya terminado una relación. 6.- Runaway – Kanye West Cuando empezaba la década, muchos pensaron que este sería un tema dedicado a Taylor Swift tras su ruptura. Para Kanye, parece un himno de hombres, pero es un himno para mujeres. Es un consejo para que huyan de tantos imbéciles en el mundo. 5.- All Too Well – Taylor Swift Una balada triste y conmovedora, que hace que la voz de Taylor Swift te llegue al corazón. Se trata de una canción sobre una relación que ya terminó hace mucho, pero no en la mente de Taylor. La decepción en su voz se siente tan marcada en el verso “so casually cruel in the name of being honest”. 4.- Formation – Beyoncé Esta canción de 2016 resulta toda una reivindicación para millones. Beyoncé regresa a sus raíces en Alabama, Luisiana y Texas, y considera su experiencia negra en el sur como una fuente de gran orgullo. Claro, no muchos entendieron el mensaje. 3.- Rolling In The Deep – Adele Luego de terminar una relación con un fotógrafo mayor que ella, herida, Adele escribió esta canción. “No estaba enojada, pero estaba lista para asesinar”, aseguró posteriormente. Este hit la catapultó y la consagró como una superestrella. Aretha Franklin declaró que nadie había cantado como Adele desde Carole King en los 70’. Adele demostró que el góspel y el blues aún pueden conquistar el mundo. Actualmente lleva poco más de 1.600 millones de visitas en YouTube. 2.- Alright – Kendrick Lamar El rapero Kendrick Lamar creó un himno con esta canción para el movimiento Black Lives Matter. “Si Dios nos tiene, estaremos bien” dice la canción. Además, la canción parte homenajeando a la película El Color Púrpura, con la frase “Toda mi vida, he tenido que luchar”. Kendrick Lamar señaló en 2015 que “como niño de Compton, puedes tener todo el éxito del mundo y aun así cuestionar tu valía”. 1.- Dancing on my Own – Robyn Una cantante que no ha sabido ser reconocida mundialmente como se debería. Robyn pasó toda la primera década del 2000’ siendo ignorada por los estadounidenses, hasta que lanzó esta canción. Listado completo.
  5. 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.
  6. The 20 Best Music Videos of 2019 (So Far): Staff Picks A byproduct of the streaming era, both in terms of numbers and resources, has been the resurgence of the music video. Look no further than the ambitious video for Lil Nas X’s runaway smash “Old Town Road,” which is double the length of the song and was launched with a premiere party like a Hollywood blockbuster. The biz is in a boom time, and artists are channeling an increasing amount of their creative energy into their visual footprint. There’s no throughline among the best videos of the year so far -- just rising stars, like Billie Eilish and Megan Thee Stallion, and certified veterans, like Madonna and the Jonas Brothers, trying to flex as imaginatively as possible. The results can be lewd, controversial, empowering, silly, and surprising. The playbook only requires that you stand out. In no order but alphabetical, here are our 20 favorite music videos of the year so far. Ariana Grande, "7 Rings" (dir. Hannah Lux Davis) Ashley O, "On a Roll" (dir. Anne Sewitsky) Bad Bunny, "Caro" (dir. Fernando Lugo and Benito Martinez) Billie Eilish, "Bury a Friend" (dir. Michael Chaves) BTS feat. Halsey, "Boy With Luv" (dir. YongSeok Choi) DaBaby, “Suge” (dir. Reel Goats) FKA Twigs, “Cellophane” (dir. Andrew Thomas Huang) Jonas Brothers, "Sucker" (dir. Anthony Mandler) Kacey Musgraves, "Rainbow"(dir. Hannah Lux Davis) The Killers, "Land of the Free" (dir. Spike Lee) Lauren Jauregui, "More Than That” (dir. Lauren Dunn) Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, “Old Town Road” (dir. Calmatic) Madonna, "Dark Ballet" (dir. Emmanuel Adjei) Megan Thee Stallion, "Big Ole Freak" (dir. Munachi Osegbu) Post Malone, "Wow." (dir. James DeFina) Shura, "Religion (U Can Lay Your Hands On Me)" (dir. Chloe Wallace) Taylor Swift, "You Need to Calm Down" (dir. Drew Kirsch & Taylor Swift) Tierra Whack, “Unemployed” (dir. Cat Solen) Tove Lo, "Glad He's Gone" (dir. Vania Heymann and Gal Muggia) Tyler, The Creator, “EARFQUAKE” (dir. Wolf Haley and Luis "Panch" Perez)
  7. Madonna ha compartido una playlist con sus artistas femeninas favoritas con motivo del Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora (sí, un poco tarde). La playlist de Spotify está encabezada por ella misma con ‘Like a Prayer’ y continúa con Sevdaliza, lo cual no es una sorpresa para nadie pues se supone que Madonna está trabajando con su director videoclipsEmmanuel Adjei; y Rosalía. De hecho, Rosalía aparece dos veces en esta playlist, con ‘De aquí no sales’ y ‘Di mi nombre’, que cierra. La autora de ‘Los Ángeles’, que ya era seguida por Madonna en Instagram, ha agradecido en Twitter este detalle. También aparece ‘Saint Claude’ de Christine and the Queens, cuyo vídeo claramente inspiró el de ‘Living for Love’, si bien la noticia que deja la playlist es la ausencia de cantantes contemporáneas de pop en la estela de Miley Cyrus, Beyoncé o Katy Perry. Aquí no hay nadie que se pasara por el vídeo de ‘Bitch I’m Madonna’, y aunque sí están FKA twigs, Björk y Lana del Rey, predomina lo clásico en las diversas acepciones de la palabra, con Nina Simone, Aretha Franklin, Édith Piaf, Blondie, Siouxsie, Donna Summer, Cesaria Evora quizá como fruto de su gusto por lo portugués y brasileño o Patti Smith, que también aparece dos veces. Los últimos rumores sobre el disco de Madonna y su promoción indican ahora que la cantante podría no actuar en Eurovisión debido al carácter político de su single de regreso, cuyo vídeo fue grabado hace unas semanas en compañía de varias drag queens. Su participación nunca había sido confirmada oficialmente de todos modos. Fuente
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