Madonna’s ‘Finally Enough Love’ launches at No. 1 on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart

Madonna kroner Billboard‘s Top dance/electronic albums chart (dated Sept. 3) with the arrival of her remix collection Finally enough love. The icon adds her third No. 1 on the chart – which began in 2001 – and first in a decade Confessions on a dance floor (13 weeks at No. 1, 2005–06) and MDNA (four, 2012).

As previously reportedthe new album also enters Billboard 200 at No. 8, with 30,000 equivalent album units earned in its first week (Aug. 19-25), according to Luminate. With the debut, Madonna becomes it first woman with the new Billboard 200 top 10 of the 1980s, 90s, 2000s, 10s and 20s.

The retrospective of previously released dance remixes is taken from Madonna’s 50 No. 1 p on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart. (Four remixers of these hits – Tony McGuinness (of Above & Beyond), William Orbit, Shep Pettibone and Tracy Young – recently discussed their experiences remix Queen of Pop with Billboard’s Director of Dance, Katie Bain.)

Zedd & Morris return

On the multimetric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, Zedd, Maren Morris and BEAUZ’s “Make You Say” floats in at No. 5. Zedd ties Marshmello for the fifth-most top 10s (13) dating to the chart’s inception in 2013 ( Kygo leads with 23), while core country star Morris gets his second place and BEAUZ logs his first.

“Make” is Zedd’s second collaboration with Morris, after “The Middle” (also featuring Grey) spent 33 shots at No. 1 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs in 2018, becoming the None. 1 song that year. “Make” bows with 3.8 million official streams and 800 downloads sold in the US, also good for openings on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs (No. 7) and Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales (No. 5).

Additionally, Alesso and Zara Larsson storm Hot Dance/Electronic Songs 28-15 with “Words,” which takes top Streaming Gainer honors. Spurred on by Aug. 19 release of his Majestic Remix, “Words” vaulted 44% to 1.4 million streams.

New Airplay Top 10s

Shifting to the Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, Steve Aoki adds his fifth top 10 and singer HRVY scores his first with “Save Me” (11-7). The track garners core-dance airplay on Music Choice’s Dance/EDM channel, KMVQ-HD2 San Francisco and SiriusXM’s BPM, among others. (The Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart measures radio airplay on a select group of full-time dance stations along with airplay during mix shows on about 70 top 40-formatted reporters.)

Not to be outdone, Dillon Francis also lands his fifth Dance/Mix Show Airplay top 10, while ILLENIUM gets his fourth and EVAN GIIA gets his first with “Don’t Let Me Let Go” (12-9).

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