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Hot 100: Top 100 Artists
1THE BEATLES
2MADONNA
3ELTON JOHN
4ELVIS PRESLEY
5MARIAH CAREY
6STEVIE WONDER
7JANET JACKSON
8MICHAEL JACKSON
9WHITNEY HOUSTON
10THE ROLLING STONES

 

 

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Another installment in the series of blessings Janet has bestowed upon her sheep. This thread is dedicated to all of Janet's past and present Billboard chart activity, records, chart mentions, etc.

 

 

 

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Janet Jackson on the Hot 100:

1. Young Love #64

2. Come Give Your Love To Me #58

3. What Have You Done For Me Lately #4

4. Nasty #3

5. When I Think Of You #1(2 weeks)

6. Control #5

7. Let's Wait Awhile #2

8. The Pleasure Principle #14

9. Miss You Much #1(4 weeks)

10. Rhythm Nation #2

11. Escapade #1(3 weeks)

12. Alright #4

13. Come Back To Me #2

14. Black Cat #1(1 week)

15. Love Will Never Do (Without You) #1(1 week)

16. The Best Things In Life Are Free #10

17. That's The Way Love Goes #1(8 weeks)

18. If #4

19. Again #1(2 weeks)

20. Because Of Love #10

21. Any Time, Any Place #2

22. You Want This #8

23. Scream #5

24. Runaway #3

25. Together Again #1(2 weeks)

26. I Get Lonely #3

27. Luv Me, Luv Me #76

28. What's It Gonna Be?! #3

29. Girlfriend/Boyfriend #47

30. Doesn't Really Matter #1(3 weeks)

31. All For You #1(7 weeks)

32. Someone To Call My Lover #3

33. Son Of A Gun #28

34. Feel It Boy #28

35. Just A Little While #45

36. I Want You #57

37. Call On Me #25

38. So Excited #90

39. Feedback #51

Total #1s - 10

Total top 10s - 27

Total top 40s - 31

Total Hot 100 entries - 39

Total weeks at #1 - 33

Total Hot 100 weeks - 711

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Janet Jackson on the R&B Chart

1. Young Love: #6

2. Say You Do: #15

3. Come Give Your Love To Me: #17

4. Don't Stand Another Chance: #9

5. Fast Girls: #40

6. What Have You Done For Me Lately: #1 (2 weeks)

7. Nasty: #1 (2 weeks)

8. When I Think Of You: #3

9. Control: #1

10. Let's Wait Awhile: #1

11. The Pleasure Principle: #1

12. Diamonds: #1

13. Miss You Much: #1(2 weeks)

14. Rhythm Nation: #1

15. Escapade: #1

16. Alright: #2

17. Come Back To Me: #2

18. Black Cat: #10

19. Love Will Never Do (Without You): #3

20. The Best Things In Life Are Free: #1

21. That's The Way Love Goes: #1 (4 weeks)

22. If: #3

23. Again: #7

24. Because Of Love: #9

25. Any Time, Any Place: #1 (10 weeks)

26. You Want This: #9

27. Scream: #2

28. Runaway: #6

29. Together Again: #8

30. I Get Lonely: #1 (2 weeks)

31. Luv Me, Luv Me: #22

32. What's It Gonna Be?!: #1

33. Girlfriend/Boyfriend: #17

34. Doesn't Really Matter: #3

35. All For You: #1(2 weeks)

36. Someone To Call My Lover: #11

37. Son Of A Gun: #26

38. Feel It Boy: #31

39. Just A Little While: #45

40. I Want You: #18

41. All Nite (Don't Stop): #90

42. Call On Me: #1 (2 weeks)

43. So Excited: #34

44. With U: #65

45. Feedback: #39

46. Luv: #34

47. Can't B Good: #76

48. Make Me: #71

49. Nothing: #58

50. Don't Worry: #60

Total #1s - 16

Total top 10s - 31

Total top 40s - 43

Total R&B entries - 50 (as many as I've counted)

Total weeks at #1 - 34

Total R&B weeks - ~830 (estimated as Billboard does not have the full chart runs posted)

My math might be off.

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You should ask to have all of these threads pinned

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502084-hip-hop-r-b-artists-25-years-header.jpg

5. Janet Jackson

With a staggering 15 No. 1 singles on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, Janet Jackson owns the most toppers on the tally in the past 25 years. Only R. Kelly and Usher, with 11 each, come close to the diva in that span of time. (Even Jackson's superstar older brother Michael trails, with just eight in that span of time.) Between the years of 1985 and 2001, Janet Jackson was an unstoppable force on the charts, landing more top 10s than any other act: 27. Going further, from 1985 through 2004, Jackson amassed 33 consecutive top 40 hits, beginning with the No. 40-peaking "Fast Girls" through the No. 18 hit "I Want You."

http://www.billboard.com/column/the-juice/the-top-50-r-b-hip-hop-artists-of-the-past-1004127916.story#/column/the-juice/the-top-50-r-b-hip-hop-artists-of-the-past-1004127916.story?page=5

This is bullshit. If Janet has the most #1s, and most top 10s, she should be #1 or #2. Perhaps TOF should write a letter. :umm:

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Receipt for WAYN cracking the top 40 on airplay despite not being a single

http://books.google.com/books?id=-BEEAAAAMBAJ&lpg=PA1&pg=PA84-IA13#v=onepage&q=janet&f=false

Receipt for TTWLG debuting at #1 on the R&B airplay charts

http://books.google.com/books?id=lREEAAAAMBAJ&lpg=PA1&lr&rview=1&pg=PA25#v=onepage&q&f=false

And be sure to read pages 81, 5, 24, and 72

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502084-hip-hop-r-b-artists-25-years-header.jpg

5. Janet Jackson

With a staggering 15 No. 1 singles on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, Janet Jackson owns the most toppers on the tally in the past 25 years. Only R. Kelly and Usher, with 11 each, come close to the diva in that span of time. (Even Jackson's superstar older brother Michael trails, with just eight in that span of time.) Between the years of 1985 and 2001, Janet Jackson was an unstoppable force on the charts, landing more top 10s than any other act: 27. Going further, from 1985 through 2004, Jackson amassed 33 consecutive top 40 hits, beginning with the No. 40-peaking "Fast Girls" through the No. 18 hit "I Want You."

http://www.billboard.com/column/the-juice/the-top-50-r-b-hip-hop-artists-of-the-past-1004127916.story#/column/the-juice/the-top-50-r-b-hip-hop-artists-of-the-past-1004127916.story?page=5

This is bullshit. If Janet has the most #1s, and most top 10s, she should be #1 or #2. Perhaps TOF should write a letter. :umm:

Bullshit. Janhova should be number 1!

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Yeah she has the most #1s in the time period, and the second most top tens, why the fuck is she below Crackney, MooMoo, and Manly? :mellow:

TOF start writing that letter. :umm:

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Yeah she has the most #1s in the time period, and the second most top tens, why the fuck is she below Crackney, MooMoo, and Manly? :mellow:

TOF start writing that letter. :umm:

They wouldn't know how to decode his ignorance -_- But he should threaten them with his nudes :excited:

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Ugh, this type of shit pisses me off! :fail:

I can see R. Kelly..but Moomoo and co. Hell naw! :yawn:

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And they have her stats wrong. Doesn't she have 16 #1s and 30 top tens?

Yes..unmatched and clearly unrecognized..once again, billboard gets it wrong.. :coffee:

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Just posting this here. I think these are all her #1's... B)

What Have You Done For Me Lately

Nasty

When I Think of You

Control

Let's Wait Awhile

Diamonds

The Pleasure Principle

Miss You Much

Rhythm Nation

Escapade

Alright

Come Back to Me

Black Cat

Love Will Never Do (Without You)

State of the World (#1 South Africa)

The Best Things in Life Are Free

That's the Way Love Goes

If

Again

Because of Love

Any Time, Any Place

Whoops Now (#1 New Zealand)

Scream

Runaway

Got 'Til It's Gone

Together Again

I Get Lonely

Go Deep

What's It Gonna Be?!

Doesn't Really Matter

All for You

Someone to Call My Lover

Son of a Gun (#1 Zimbabwe)

Just a Little While (#1 Dance / #1 Japan)

All Nite (Don't Stop)

Call on Me

So Excited (#1 Dance)

Enjoy (#1 Japan)

Feedback

Rock With U (#1 Japan)

Make Me (#1 Dance)

Nothing (#1 iTunes)

(Source: http://mjjcharts.com/)

The rest are already explained in our Number Ones booklets. :P

So not just 35 but actually 42 #1's! :excited: Let me know if I'm missing any... oh wait, several more were #1 on my personal last.fm charts. :P

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I think EVERY song Janet has released post-Control has gone #1 SOMEWHERE in the world.

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And these are the main ones missing from the #1's list (counting promo singles >_<)...

* all the pre-Control singles

* "You Want This" (This one surprises me... I thought it'd be a #1 somewhere for sure! Maybe some random country in Africa won't let me down. :unsure::P)

* "Twenty Foreplay"

* "Every Time"

* "You"

* "Girlfriend/Boyfriend"

* "Come On Get Up"

* "I Want You"

:unsure: I guess "What'll I Do" could technically count as a 43rd #1 since it was a double A-side single w/ "Whoops Now." :P

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That amount trails those of three other women who have also made 39 Hot 100 visits: Janet Jackson (711), Whitney Houston (675) and Mary J. Blige (630)

http://www.billboard.com/column/chartbeat/ask-billboard-how-hot-are-tayor-swift-s-1004125706.story#/column/chartbeat/ask-billboard-how-hot-are-tayor-swift-s-1004125706.story

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That amount trails those of three other women who have also made 39 Hot 100 visits: Janet Jackson (711), Whitney Houston (675) and Mary J. Blige (630)

http://www.billboard.com/column/chartbeat/ask-billboard-how-hot-are-tayor-swift-s-1004125706.story#/column/chartbeat/ask-billboard-how-hot-are-tayor-swift-s-1004125706.story

If I read that correctly Janhova has the most weeks on the Hot 100 compared to the other females right B)

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If I read that correctly Janhova has the most weeks on the Hot 100 compared to the other females right B)

She's behind Mariah who has over 750. I'm looking for the article now.

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But in any event:

Here is an update look at the women who've made the most Hot 100 visits:

73, Aretha Franklin

56, Dionne Warwick

55, Madonna

53, Connie Francis

48, Brenda Lee

41, Barbra Streisand

40, Mariah Carey

40, Diana Ross

39, Janet Jackson

38, Whitney Houston

37, Mary J. Blige

http://www.billboard.com/column/chartbeat/chart-beat-thursday-sugarland-selena-gomez-1004003066.story#/column/chartbeat/chart-beat-thursday-sugarland-selena-gomez-1004003066.story

Here are the performers with the most trips to the runner-up spot in the Hot 100's 51-year history:

6, Madonna

5, Carpenters

5, Creedence Clearwater Revival

4, Mariah Carey

4, Janet Jackson

4, Elvis Presley

http://www.billboard.com/column/chartbeat/ask-billboard-swift-s-lucky-13-top-40-hits-1004044930.story?page=2#/column/chartbeat/ask-billboard-swift-s-lucky-13-top-40-hits-1004044930.story?page=2

most #2 hits.

For the post below:

http://www.billboard.com/column/chartbeat/britney-spears-speeds-into-pop-songs-top-1005009982.story#/column/chartbeat/britney-spears-speeds-into-pop-songs-top-1005009982.story

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Songs to Reach the Pop Songs Top 10 in Only Two Weeks

Artist, Title, Chart Move Into Top 10, Chart Date, Peak Pos.

Britney Spears, "Hold It Against Me," 16-10, Feb. 5, 2011, tbd

Eminem, "Just Lose It," 33-10, Oct. 16, 2004, No. 5

'N Sync, "Pop," 21-10, June 9, 2001, No. 5

Madonna, "Frozen," 16-10, March 14, 1998, No. 4

the Rembrandts, "I'll Be There for You," 22-10, June 3, 1995, No. 1, eight weeks

Mariah Carey, "Dreamlover," 12-4, Aug. 21, 1993, No. 1, eight weeks

Janet Jackson, "That's the Way Love Goes," 29-9, May 8, 1993, No. 1, nine weeks

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Among all artists in the chart's archives, Madonna leads with 40 No. 1s. Janet Jackson ranks second with 19 chart-topping titles, followed by Mariah Carey and Kristine W, each with 15.

http://www.billboard.com/column/chartbeat/weekly-chart-notes-enrique-iglesias-bruno-1005014722.story#/column/chartbeat/weekly-chart-notes-enrique-iglesias-bruno-1005014722.story

This is the Dance Chart

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