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This Week in Billboard Chart History: In 1992, Madonna Sported the No. 1 ‘This Used to Be My Playground’
Madonna in “A League of Their Own” in 1992. Columbia Pictures/PhotoFest Aug. 8, 1992 Olympic memories: Madonna‘s lush ballad “This Used to Be My Playground,” from the Olympics-themed 1992 album Barcelona Gold, finished first on the Billboard Hot 100. The song is also beloved via another sports-related tie-in: as the theme to the hit baseball film…Details
Why settle on spending thousands of your hard-earned money for Madonna’s Rebel Heart concert next year when you can be among the first to catch the Queen of Pop conquer the stage again this October. It will be an an all-expense paid trip for two in Las Vegas. As a new and value packed treat…Details
Mojo has been promoting the Rebel Heart Tour in the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam for a while now. Yesterday during the gaypride she was very much present
Tony Villanueva: “I wish I could tell you what I saw yesterday in rehearsals, it made my heart race with excitement”
Throw back Thursday (it’s Sunday!? )”DROWNED WORLD” Tour 2001 with my partners in crime Barbara Chennault and Phyllis Toney. Our first Madonna tour-God did we have fun! Drowned World has been my favorite M tour for years but “REBEL HEART” is gaining fast (Jamie King and Tiff Dog are back) . Madonna is an artist…Details
Madonna’s back at No. 1 on the Dance Club Songs chart, as her latest single, “B**** I’m Madonna” rises 2-1 on the chart dated Aug. 15. It’s the diva’s 46th No. 1 on this chart, and extends her own record for the most No. 1s on a singular Billboard chart. (She broke the record in May, when…Details
Just announced that Bitch I’m Madonna is Madonna’s 46th number 1 on the Dance Club Songs chart.
Meanwhile the video is still going strong with now over 72 million views! Check it out by clicking the play button on the video beneath our header.
“Ray of Light” was an album that seemed to change things, from music to fashion to pursuits of enlightenment and religious understanding. And it didn’t sacrifice the joys of life in the process. In 1998, there was a lot of music out that I just didn’t care about. Britney Spears, Sugar Ray and boy bands…Details