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Janet's Japan year-end stats

 

1989: 

https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_19/1989.htm

MISS YOU MUCH #2 

1990: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_19/1990.htm

ESCAPADE #4
ALRIGHT #8
COME BACK TO ME #10
BLACK CAT #27

1991: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_19/1991.htm

LOVE WILL NEVER DO (WITHOUT YOU) #15

1992: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_19/1992.htm

THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE #67

1993: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_19/1993.htm

THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES #2
IF #32

1994: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_19/1994.htm

AGAIN #20 
BECAUSE OF LOVE #63

1995: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_19/1995.htm

RUNAWAY #19
SCREAM #29

1997: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_19/1997.htm

GOT ’TIL IT’S GONE #6
TOGETHER AGAIN #78

1998: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_19/1998.htm

TOGETHER AGAIN #12

1999: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_19/1999.htm

GIRLFRIEND/BOYFRIEND #46

2000: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/bigartist/main.htm

DOESN'T REALLY MATTER #2

2001: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_2001/main.htm 

ALL FOR YOU #1
SOMEONE TO CALL MY LOVER #5

2002: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_2002/main.htm

FELL IT BOY #29

2004: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_2004/main.htm

JUST A LITTLE WHILE #3

2006: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_2006/main.htm

SO EXCITED #36
CALL ON ME #59
ENJOY #72

2008: https://www.j-wave.co.jp/original/tokiohot100/chart_2008/main.htm

ROCK WITH U #38
FEEDBACK #39

2015: http://www.j-wave.co.jp/holiday/20151231/#chart_area 

BURNITUP! #27

 

Credit: https://www.ukmix.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=6612068#p6612068

 

Edit: Wrapping this in quotes so JoeJoe can't come along and quote it six months from now.

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Just for that i'm gonna purposefully wait a long time to respond to one of your next posts <_<

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Just for that i'm gonna purposefully wait a long time to respond to one of your next posts <_<

 

And I'll talk to Angie about blocking you from the thread. :rolleyes:

 

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And I'll talk to Angie about blocking you from the thread. :rolleyes:

 

i'm "Unblockable"^_^

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Billboard GOAT Women

Hot 100

#3 - Janet Jackson

https://www.billboard.com/charts/greatest-hot-100-women-artists

Hot 100 Songs

#70 - Miss You Much

#93 - Escapade

https://www.billboard.com/charts/greatest-hot-100-songs-by-women

Billboard 200 Artists

#8 - Janet Jackson

Billboard 200 Albums

#24 - Control

#29 - Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814

#33 - janet.

https://www.billboard.com/charts/greatest-billboard-200-albums-by-women

Wrapped in quotes as a precautionary measure. 

 

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These are the 10 albums with the most weeks in the top 10 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart:

Weeks in Top 10, Album, Artist
74, Thriller, Michael Jackson
64, Whitney Houston, Whitney Houston
64, Stoney, Post Malone
63, The E.N.D., The Black Eyed Peas
59, The Heist, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
58, Recovery, Eminem
58, Can’t Slow Down, Lionel Richie
56, Control, Janet Jackson
55, Rapture, Anita Baker
54, 24K Magic, Bruno Mars

 

https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8395366/post-malone-stoney-ties-whitney-houston-most-weeks-top-10-rb-hip-hop-albums-chart?utm_source=twitter&utm_source=Direct

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:o I thought maybe RN or Goddess. would have more weeks than Control.

But I'm sure the billboard charts had different criteria for blackies back then. -_-

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1 hour ago, hotboy06 said:

:o I thought maybe RN or Goddess. would have more weeks than Control.

But I'm sure the billboard charts had different criteria for blackies back then. -_-

They had to be blackies to be on the R&B chart 

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On 4/27/2018 at 3:39 PM, hotboy06 said:

:o I thought maybe RN or Goddess. would have more weeks than Control.

But I'm sure the billboard charts had different criteria for blackies back then. -_-

I'd have to do a check on Billboard. But Control is her most successful album stateside. 

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Seven Top Five Hits From One Album: Jackson's fourth album, 1989's Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814, launched an unprecedented seven singles to the top five of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1989-91. Four of those titles -- "Miss You Much," "Escapade," "Black Cat" and "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" -- hit No. 1, while the title track and "Come Back to Me" reached the runner-up rank. "Alright," meanwhile, parked at No. 4.

 

3x5: Nation isn't Jackson's only album with a slew of hit singles. In fact, she's the only artist to boast three albums that each contain at least five top 10 Hot 100 hits. The tally began with Control, which spun off five top 10 hits: "What Have You Done For Me Lately" (No. 4), "Nasty" (No. 3), "When I Think of You" (No. 1, two weeks), the title track (No. 5) and "Let's Wait Awhile" (No. 6).

The aforementioned Nation housed seven top 10 Hot 100 smashes, and 1993's janet. maintained the hit parade. "That's the Way Love Goes" became her longest-running Hot 100 No. 1, with eight weeks in the top slot in 1993, while the set's "If" (No. 4), "Again" (a two-week No. 1), "Because of Love" (No. 10), "Any Time, Any Place"/"And On and On" (No. 2) and "You Want This"/"70's Love Groove" (No. 8) all booked time in the chart's upper tier.

First Woman to Debut in Top 10: Jackson became the first woman to debut a song directly in the Hot 100's top 10 when her duet with brother Michael, "Scream," started at No. 5 on June 17, 1995. The Jackson siblings became the second and third acts, after The Beatles, to enter the chart in the top tier.

Nearly three months later, on Sept. 16, 1995, Jackson became the first woman to post two top 10 debuts, as "Runaway" began at No. 6.

 

18 Top 10s in a Row: Of Jackson's career records, perhaps this will be the toughest for any artist to outdo. Between "Miss You Much" in 1989 and 1998's "I Get Lonely," Jackson logged 18 consecutive top 10 hits, passing Madonna's previous streak of 17 without missing the region. After nearly a decade of consistency, Jackson's record run ended via a featured role on Shaggy's No. 76 hit "Luv Me, Luv Me." 

Here's a full rundown of Jackson's dominant stretch on the Hot 100:

Song, Artist (in addition to Jackson), Peak Position, Peak Date
"Miss You Much," No. 1 (four weeks), Oct. 7, 1989
"Rhythm Nation," No. 2, Jan. 6, 1990
"Escapade," No. 1 (three weeks), March 3, 1990
"Alright," No. 4, June 2, 1990
"Come Back to Me," No. 2, Aug. 18, 1990
"Black Cat," No. 1 (one week), Oct. 27, 1990
"Love Will Never Do (Without You)," No. 1 (one week), Jan. 19, 1991
"The Best Things in Life Are Free," Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson with BBD and Ralph Tresvant, No. 10, Jun. 13, 1992
"That's the Way Love Goes," No. 1 (eight weeks), May 15, 1993
"If," No. 4, Sept. 11, 1993
"Again," No. 1 (two weeks), Dec. 11, 1993
"Because of Love," No. 10, March 19, 1994
"Any Time, Any Place"/"And On And On," No. 2, June 25, 1994
"You Want This"/" 70's Love Groove," No. 8, Dec. 24, 1994
"Scream / Childhood," Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson, No. 5, June 17, 1995
"Runaway," No. 3, Oct. 21, 1995
"Together Again," No. 1 (two weeks), Jan. 31, 1998
"I Get Lonely," Janet featuring BLACKstreet No. 3, May 23, 1998

 

No. 1 Albums in the Last Four Decades: In 2015, Jackson topped the Billboard 200 with Unbreakable. The debut gave her a No. 1 in each of the last four decades, a mark matched only by Barbra Streisand, Bruce Springsteen and U2.

In addition to Unbreakable, Jackson earned two No. 1s each in the 1980s (Control, Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814), 1990s (janet., The Velvet Rope) and 2000s (All for You, Discipline).

Wrapping in quotes so JoeJoe can't do what he does. :sigh:

 

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