Give Me All Your Luvin’ moves up to #1 on the U.S. Dance/Club Play chart and extends Her Majesty’s previous record of 40 Number One dance songs to a stunning 41!

Madonna will achieve a record-extending 41st No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance/Club Play Songs chart next week as “Give Me All Your Luvin’” will jump 2-1 on the tally.

“Give Me All Your Luvin’” will be No. 1 on the upcoming chart dated March 31 (posted to on March 22). The achievement also gives Madonna No. 1 Billboard singles in four consecutive decades: the ’80s, ’90s, ’00s and ’10s.

Madonna extends her lead for most No. 1s in the chart’s history, pulling further ahead of runner-up Janet Jackson, who has 19.

“Give Me All Your Luvin’” (featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.) is the first single from Madonna’s “MDNA” album, due out March 26. It reaches the top of the chart courtesy of remixes by the likes of LMFAO , Nicky Romero and Laidback Luke.

Meanwhile, “MDNA’s” second single, “Girl Gone Wild,” is already off to a fast start on the Dance/Club Play tally — it will rise 46-20 next week.

Madonna’s first Billboard chart hit came 30 years ago this year, when her debut single for Sire/Warner Bros., “Everybody,” bowed on the Dance/Club Play Songs chart on Nov. 6, 1982. It eventually would go on to peak at No. 3.

Here, in chronological order, are Madonna’s 41 No. 1s on Dance/Club Play Songs. For titles that spent multiple weeks at No. 1, total frames in the lead are noted in parentheses.

1983, “Holiday/Lucky Star” (five weeks; double-sided chart single)
1984, “Like a Virgin” (three weeks)
1985, “Material Girl”
1985, “Angel/Into the Groove” (double-sided chart single)
1987, “Open Your Heart”

1987, “Causing a Commotion (Remix)”
1988, “You Can Dance (LP Cuts)”
1989, “Like a Prayer” (two weeks)
1989, “Express Yourself” (three weeks)
1990, “Keep It Together”

1990, “Vogue” (two weeks)
1991, “Justify My Love” (two weeks)
1992, “Erotica”
1993, “Deeper and Deeper”
1993, “Fever”

1994, “Secret” (two weeks)
1995, “Bedtime Story”
1997, “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina”
1998, “Frozen” (two weeks)
1998, “Ray of Light” (four weeks)

1999, “Nothing Really Matters” (two weeks)
1999, “Beautiful Stranger” (two weeks)
2000, “American Pie”
2000, “Music” (five weeks)
2001, “Don’t Tell Me”

2001, “What It Feels Like for a Girl”
2001, “Impressive Instant” (two weeks)
2002, “Die Another Day” (two weeks)
2003, “American Life”
2003, “Hollywood”

2003, “Me Against the Music,” Britney Spears featuring Madonna (two weeks)
2004, “Nothing Fails”
2004, “Love Profusion”
2005, “Hung Up” (four weeks)
2006, “Sorry” (two weeks)

2006, “Get Together”
2006, “Jump” (two weeks)
2008, “4 Minutes,” Madonna featuring Justin Timberlake & Timbaland (two weeks)
2008, “Give It 2 Me”
2009, “Celebration”

2012, “Give Me All Your Luvin’,” Madonna featuring Nicki Minaj & M.I.A.

Comparing her chart champs by decade, Madonna scored nine Dance/Club Songs No. 1s in the ’80s, 13 in the ’90s and 18 in the ’00s.

At five weeks each, “Holiday/Lucky Star” and “Music” represent Madonna’s longest reigns. “Ray of Light” and “Hung Up” are next with four weeks each in charge.

Madonna’s New Album Releasing on March 26, 2012

Audio CD: $11.99

2012 release, the 12th studio album from the Pop diva and international superstar. MDNA, the long-awaited follow-up to her 2008 album Hard Candy, features production from Benny Benassi, The Demolition Crew, William Orbit, Martin Solveig and others. Includes the first single ‘Give Me All Your Luvin” featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.


Posted on March 17, 2012, in Charts, Madonna, MDNA and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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