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So Billboard released it's Greatest of All Time R&B/ Hip Hop Chart, and the Janet entries are interesting, if not down right criminal. She ranks on the Artist chart, and Control ranks in the Albums chart, but she has ZERO contributions on the Songs Chart. How is that possible?? According to Billboard's own methodology, they take the blended measurements of chart position, length of time, and weigh against factors from the era. So if this is the case, How TF are none of Janet's 15 Number 1 singles missing from the chart?? Any Time, Any Place was number 1 for 10 weeks in 1994 and stayed on the chart 20 weeks, yet Right Here by SWV outranks it when it only ever reached 16 and was on the chart for 20 weeks?!?! Keep in mind that their Top song was Number 1 for 15 weeks. No shade to the ladies of SWV, but it's time to call BS on Billboard!! See for yourself... GOAT R&B/ Hip Hop Songs Chart (no Janet entries!!)... http://www.billboard.com/charts/greatest-r-b-hip-hop-songs GOAT R&B/ Hip Hop Albums (Control #16)... http://www.billboard.com/charts/greatest-r-b-hip-hop-albums GOAT R&B/ Hip Hop Artists (Janet at #17)... http://www.billboard.com/charts/greatest-r-b-hip-hop-artists And here's my investigative tweet, using my Billboard Biz access... https://twitter.com/wayneashleymusi/status/837036906613465089
LyricalLesson posted a topic in All About JanetI know a lot of you don't care about charts, but for those who do...this is pretty impressive: After falling to #3, being dethroned by "Hotline Bling" last week -- Janet comes vaulting back at #1...with a BULLET (gains in performance)! Go Janet!