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Congratulations to Rihanna on her TENTH BILLBOARD HOT 100 #1 SINGLE!

Rihanna made Billboard history as the first artist ever to have a lead single go #1 after her 2nd single (“What’s My Name?” ft. Drake”) went #1 on the Hot 100. Now, with “S&M” sitting atop the national audience chart with over 150 million in audience, and her powerhouse “S&M Remix,” featuring Britney Spears rocketing to the top of the iTunes chart, Rihanna has done it again: her 10th #1 hit.

“Rihanna’s tenth #1 single is a monumental accomplishment and a testament to her incredible artistry,” said Steve Bartels, President and COO of the Island Def Jam Music Group. “This was a truly collaborative and creative effort, spearheaded by Rihanna’s tireless work and aided in no small part by the incredible Britney Spears and her team. I am extremely proud of Rihanna, her ongoing dominance on the charts, and the entire IDJ team who worked so diligently to bring this one home.”

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The shade is no one will be listening to these #1's in 10 years.

you beat me to it...... +1 *ding* that shit aint memorable bitch aint made a classic, call me when she does "Nasty" "Vogue" "Thriller" you know things that people won't forget...hell name them number ones, I can name all of Janet's :filenails: where is my wand

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HistoRIH!

Rihanna’s “S&M” rises 2-1 on the Billboard Hot 100 to be released tomorrow (Apr. 21) on Billboard.com, granting the singer her 10th No. 1 on the survey and ownership of a pair of historic chart records.

Rihanna bests the five-year, four-month span between current Island Def Jam labelmate Mariah Carey‘s first (“Vision of Love,” Aug. 4, 1990) and 10th (“One Sweet Day,” Dec. 2, 1995) toppers to complete the quickest sprint to 10 Hot 100 No. 1s among solo artists. (Carey collected the first 15 of her 18 career No. 1s while signed to Columbia Records).

Among all acts, Rihanna trails only the Beatles (one year, eight months and one week) and the Supremes (two years, eight months and three weeks) for the fastest accumulation of 10 Hot 100 No. 1s.

Rihanna is additionally the youngest artist to notch 10 No. 1s in the Hot 100′s archives. At 23 years, two months and one week, Rihanna (born Feb. 20, 1988) eclipses the mark established by Carey, who was 25 years, eight months and one week old when she tallied her 10th Hot 100 leader.

Having first reigned atop the Hot 100 the week of May 13, 2006, with “SOS,” Rihanna logs the shortest span between a solo artist’s first and 10th No. 1s in the chart’s 52-year history, a stretch of four years, 11 months and two weeks. (This week’s charts are dated Apr. 30, 2011).

Rihanna is just the ninth artist to total at least 10 Hot 100 No. 1s and the fifth solo female, following Carey (18), Madonna (12), Whitney Houston (11) and Janet Jackson (10). (The Beatles lead all acts with 20 career No. 1s; Michael Jackson has the most (13) among solo males. In addition to the Supremes (12), Stevie Wonder (10) is the other act with at least 10 Hot 100 leaders).

“S&M” ascends to the Hot 100′s summit fueled by the first full week of digital sales for the song’s “Rih-mix” featuring Britney Spears. All versions of the song, which claims the Hot 100′s Digital Gainer award and becomes Rihanna’s record-extending 10th No. 1 on Digital Songs, sold a combined 293,000 downloads, according to Nielsen SoundScan, a 108% increase over last week. The Spears-assisted version of the track accounted for 66% of the song’s overall weekly digital sum.

“S&M” spends a third week at No. 1 on Radio Songs (124 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen BDS).

Now listed as featured artist on “S&M,” Spears earns her fifth Hot 100 No. 1 and second this year, following her own “Hold It Against Me” in January. She had previously reigned with her debut single “…Baby One More Time” in 1999 and returned to the summit with “Womanizer” (2008) and “3″ (2009).

“S&M” displaces Katy Perry’s “E.T.,” featuring Kanye West (No. 2), after three weeks atop the Hot 100. Although the song’s airplay continues to build, as it spends a second week at No. 2 on Radio Songs (122 million in audience, up 13%), securing the Hot 100′s Airplay Gainer nod, its digital sales decline by 12% to 284,000.

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