Madonna is the first woman to hit the top 10 album Billboard 200 chart. The “Queen of Pop” has a top 10 record from every decade since she started in 1980. Finally Enough Love:50 Number Ones is a compilation of the legendary star’s most-loved songs like “I Don’t Search I Find” and “Frozen.”
Debuting at No. 8, the 16-track remix album has earned Madonna a triumph that has only been achieved by nine other male artists, including AC/DC, Paul McCartney, Def Leppard, Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne, Robert Plant, Prince, James Taylor and Bruce Springsteen.
Madonna has landed 23 albums in the top 10 charts, 9 of them taking the No. 1 spot, which are “Like a Virgin,” “True Blue,” “Like a Prayer,” “Music,” “American Life,” “Confessions on a Dance Floor,” “Hard Candy”, “MDNA” and “Madame X.”
Although there’s not much novelty on Finally Enough Love, Madonna has sold 28,000 copies in the week of its release. Ever since her debut in October 1984, the “Material Girl has been unstoppable and it seems that her legacy will never be forgotten.