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The Janet Jackson Charts Thread

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Most top 20 Billboard Hot 100 debuts

Janet Jackson

No. 14, "That's the Way Love Goes" (1993)

No. 15, "Again" (1993)

No. 5, "Scream/Childhood" (With Michael Jackson) (1995)

No. 6, "Runaway" (1995)

No. 9, "Together Again" (1997)

No. 3, "I Get Lonely" (1998)

No. 14, "All for You" (2001)

http://www.billboard.com/column/chartbeat/ask-billboard-why-we-follow-the-charts-1004042782.story?page=2#/column/chartbeat/ask-billboard-why-we-follow-the-charts-1004042782.story?page=2

Janet is #1 for R&B artist and Black female.

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Janet's Reign @ #1

Hot 100:

* When I Think Of You - 2 weeks

* Miss You Much - 4 weeks

* Escapade - 3 weeks

* Black Cat - 1 week

* Love Will Never Do (Without You)- 1 week

* That's the Way Love Goes - 8 weeks

* Again - 2weeks

* Together Again - 2 weeks

* DRM - 3weeks

* A4Y- 7 weeks

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^^^Game should bookmark that post. -_-

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^^^Game should bookmark that post. -_-

I was gonna do RNB chart one....

I might as well do it

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It would be appreciated. Now I don't have to do it

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RNB Charts:

* What Have You Done for Me Lately - 2 weeks

* Nasty - 2 weeks

* Control - 1 week

* Lets Wait Awhile - 1 week

* The Pleasure Principle - 1 week

* Diamonds - 1 week

* MYM - 2 weeks

* RN - 1 week

* Escapade - 1 week

* That's the Way Love Goes - 4 weeks

* Any Time, Any Place - 10 weeks

* The Best Things in Life Are Free - 1 week

* I Get Lonely - 2 weeks

* A4U - 2 weeks

* COM - 2 weeks

* What's It Gonna Be?! - 1 week

16 #1s

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^^^Game should bookmark that post. -_-

>_<:lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

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>_<:lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

I think it's time for some tea...

Do tell...

sitting-down-to-tea.jpg

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Dayz! :lmao:

Hold on Harpo, I'ma find the post.

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Read from there down. :lmao:

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Dance charts:

* When I Think of You - 3 weeks

* Control - 3

* The Pleasure Principle - 7

* Diamonds - 2

* MYM - 2

* RN - 3

* Escapade - 3

* Alright - 2

* That's the Way Love Goes - 1

* If - 2

* Together Again - 1

* Go Deep - 1

* All for You - 3

* Someone to Call My Lover - 1

* Just a Little While - 1

* All Nite (Don't Stop)- 1

* So Excited - 1

* Feedback - 1

* Make Me - 1

* Scream - 2

20 #1s

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Diamonds isn't counted. Herb only gave Janet credit on the R&B chart. Why? IDK. :sigh:

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Diamonds isn't counted. Herb only gave Janet credit on the R&B chart. Why? IDK. :sigh:

Really>?

Thats why she only has 19 according to BB

I was like, WTF

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Read from there down. :lmao:

:fail:

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Really>?

Thats why she only has 19 according to BB

I was like, WTF

Yep. :sigh::rolleyes: Herb should have just counted it on all charts. Janet would have 19 consecutive top tens on the Hot 100 and 26 consecutive top 10s on the R&B chart. :sigh:

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Read from there down. :lmao:

:lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

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Here is a look at the who's-who of female stars who have topped the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 in the same week in the charts' Nielsen data eras:

Artist, Billboard 200 No. 1, Hot 100 No. 1(s), Year(s)

Adele, "21," "Rolling in the Deep," 2011

Ke$ha, "Animal," "TiK ToK," 2010

Leona Lewis, "Spirit," "Bleeding Love," 2008

Alicia Keys, "As I Am," "No One," 2007

Avril Lavigne, "The Best Damn Thing," "Girlfriend," 2007

Nelly Furtado, "Loose," "Promiscuous" (featuring Timbaland), 2006

Mariah Carey, "The Emancipation of Mimi," "We Belong Together," 2005

Beyonce, "Dangerously in Love," "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z), 2003

Ashanti, "Ashanti," "Foolish," 2002

Jennifer Lopez, "J to Tha L-O! The Remixes," "Ain't It Funny" (featuring Ja Rule), 2002

Janet Jackson, "All for You," "All for You," 2001

Madonna, "Music," "Music," 2000

Britney Spears, "...Baby One More Time," ...Baby One More Time," 1999

Mariah Carey, "Daydream," "Fantasy"/"One Sweet Day" (with Boyz II Men), 1995-96

Mariah Carey, "Music Box," "Hero," 1993-94

Janet Jackson, "janet.," "That's the Way Love Goes," 1993

Whitney Houston, "The Bodyguard" (soundtrack), "I Will Always Love You," 1992-93

http://www.billboard...005181982.story

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Since the Hot 100 adopted Nielsen BDS and SoundScan airplay and sales data, respectively, the week of Nov. 30, 1991 (after the Billboard 200 had converted to SoundScan-fueled figures in the May 25, 1991, issue), Adele is the 14th woman to command each chart simultaneously. (The fairer sex wins bragging rights: 12 solo males have accomplished the feat in that span).

Among the exclusive club, Whitney Houston has spent the most weeks (12) concurrently in charge of each chart, with "I Will Always Love You" from "The Bodyguard" (Dec. 12, 1992-Feb. 27, 1993), while Mariah Carey (three) and Janet Jackson (two) are the only artists to so doubly dominate with multiple albums.

Here is a look at the who's-who of female stars who have topped the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 in the same week in the charts' Nielsen data eras:

Artist, Billboard 200 No. 1, Hot 100 No. 1(s), Year(s)

Janet Jackson, "All for You," "All for You," 2001

Janet Jackson, "janet.," "That's the Way Love Goes," 1993

http://www.billboard.com/#/column/chartbeat/weekly-chart-notes-adele-glee-cast-aretha-1005181982.story

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Cool, I didn't know that happened with TTWLG.

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Mariah Carey (three) and Janet Jackson (two) are the only artists to so doubly dominate with multiple albums.

B) B)

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Alright, I'm bored.

Janet Jackson was the first woman to achieve the honor [6 top 40 hits/5 top 5s from one album], with all six singles from "Control" reaching the top 20 in 1986-87. The next two albums Jackson released repeated the impressive six-cess. She garnered seven top 10s from "Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814" in 1989-91 (plus the No. 5-peaking Hot 100 Airplay cut "State of the World," which did not appear on the Hot 100, as commercially unavailable singles were not then allowed on the latter chart). Jackson added six more top 10s (counting the double-sided "You Want This/70's Love Groove" as one entry, per Hot 100 rules at the time) from "janet." in 1993-95.

http://www.billboard.com/column-chartbeat/chart-beat-thursday-whitney-houston-mariah-1004011150.story#/column-chartbeat/chart-beat-thursday-whitney-houston-mariah-1004011150.story

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Pop Songs/Mainstream Top 40 radio chart as "Obsessed" debuts at No. 39. The arrival extends her lead for the most overall chart entries in the tally's nearly 17-year history. She is now three titles ahead of the second-place Madonna (26).

Below are the artists with the most appearances since the chart launched in October 1992:

Mariah Carey (29)

Madonna (26)

Janet Jackson (23)

Britney Spears (23)

Nelly (20)

http://www.billboard.com/column/chartbeat/chart-beat-darius-rucker-mariah-carey-wilco-1004000604.story?tag=nextartb#/column/chartbeat/chart-beat-darius-rucker-mariah-carey-wilco-1004000604.story?tag=nextartb

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Billboard's Top 50 Songs Of The Jacksons

From the book, Billboard's Hottest Hot 100 Hits 4th Edition:

All nine of Joe and Katharine Jackson's children have been represented on The Billboard Hot 100. Michael, Jermaine, Tito, Jackie, Marlon, Randy, Janet, LaToya, and Rebbie, in that order, have had singles enter the chart.

Janet Jackson signed with A&M Records in November 1982. Her first two albums failed to produce any top 40 hits, but that became irrelevant when her third LP, Control, hit the streets. Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the album rapidly yielded five top five hits: 'What Have You Done For Me Lately' (No. 4), 'Nasty' (No. 3), 'When I Think Of You' (No. 1), 'Control' (No. 5), and 'Let's Wait Awhile' (No. 2). Janet kept up the barrage of hits with the Rhythm Nation 1814 album. Her 1993 single, 'That's The Way Love Goes', is the most successful Jackson family single in Billboard history.

Billboard's Top 50 Songs Of The Jacksons

  • 01 - That's The Way Love Goes | Janet Jackson
    02 - All For You | Janet Jackson
    03 - Say, Say, Say | Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson
    04 - Together Again | Janet Jackson
    05 - Again | Janet Jackson
    06 - Billie Jean | Michael Jackson
    07 - Black Or White | Michael Jackson
    08 - I'll Be There | Jackson 5
    09 - Doesn't Really Matter | Janet Jackson
    10 - Rock With You | Michael Jackson
    11 - Beat It | Michael Jackson
    12 - ABC | Jackson 5
    13 - You Are Not Alone | Michael Jackson
    14 - Escapade | Janet Jackson
    15 - Miss You Much | Janet Jackson
    16 - Any Time, Any Place | Janet Jackson
    17 - I Want You Back | Jackson 5
    18 - Runaway | Janet Jackson
    19 - The Love You Save | Jackson 5
    20 - The Girl Is Mine | Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney
    21 - Remember The Time | Michael Jackson
    22 - Never Can Say Goodbye | Jackson 5
    23 - Man In The Mirror | Michael Jackson
    24 - When I Think Of You | Janet Jackson
    25 - Dancing Machine | Jackson 5
    26 - Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough | Michael Jackson
    27 - Love Will Never Do (Without You) | Janet Jackson
    28 - I Just Can't Stop Loving You | Michael Jackson & Siedah Garrett
    29 - Someone To Call My Lover | Janet Jackson
    30 - Black Cat | Janet Jackson
    31 - If | Janet Jackson
    32 - Bad | Michael Jackson
    33 - The Way You Make Me Feel | Michael Jackson
    34 - Rockin' Robin | Michael Jackson
    35 - Dirty Diana | Michael Jackson
    36 - Rhythm Nation | Janet Jackson
    37 - Let's Wait Awhile | Janet Jackson
    38 - State Of Shock | The Jacksons
    39 - Ben | Michael Jackson
    40 - Come Back To Me | Janet Jackson
    41 - What's It Gonna Be?! | Busta Rhymes ft. Janet Jackson
    42 - You Want This | Janet Jackson
    43 - The Best Things In Life Are Free | Luther Vandross & Janet Jackson with BBD & Ralph Tresvant
    44 - Mama's Pearl | Jackson 5
    45 - Nasty | Janet Jackson
    46 - Because Of Love | Janet Jackson
    47 - I Get Lonely | Janet Jackson ft. BLACKstreet
    48 - What Have You Done For Me Lately | Janet Jackson
    49 - Alright | Janet Jackson
    50 - Got To Be There | Michael Jackson

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All I can say is....yassssssssssssssssssss!!

But the fact that I Just Can't Stop Loving You is on there though... -_-

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