Madonna Takes the Industry by Storm with Club-Friendly Hits

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Madonna Takes the Industry by Storm with Club-Friendly Hits

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She's 'Popular,' She's 'Vulgar,' She's Madonna: Queen of Pop Delivers Back-to-Back Bops

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On the latest episode of the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, hosts Katie and Keith delve into Madonna's triumphant return to the music scene. The iconic Queen of Pop has teamed up with current chart-toppers and is making waves on the Billboard Hot 100 once again.

With the release of The Weeknd's hit track "Popular," featuring Playboi Carti, Madonna finds herself back in familiar territory. The song, featured in the new HBO series The Idol, debuts at an impressive No. 43 on this week's Hot 100 chart. This marks Madonna's highest-charting song in over a decade, surpassing the success of "Give Me All Your Luvin," which peaked at No. 10 in February 2012 and featured Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.

What's more, "Popular" has granted Madonna a new achievement in her illustrious career. She now joins Cher as the only two female artists to have made their Hot 100 debuts in five different decades, solidifying her status as a trailblazer in the music industry. Madonna continues to prove her staying power and influence as she delivers back-to-back bops that captivate audiences worldwide.

But that's not all the new music Madonna has in store. On the latest episode of the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, we also discuss the Queen of Pop's club-friendly collaboration with Sam Smith on the track "Vulgar." Additionally, Madonna's presence can be felt throughout Christine and the Queens' new album, Paranoia, Angels, True Love. For Keith and the rest of Madonna's dedicated fanbase, experiencing all this fresh material in the year 2023 is an exciting journey. Tune in below to listen to the full podcast.

In other segments of the show, we dive into the standout moments from Sunday's Tony Awards related to the popular TV series Glee. Alex Newell, known for playing Unique Adams on the show, secures a well-deserved win for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical for their role in Shucked. Lea Michele, another Glee alum, brings the show to a close with a stunning rendition of "Don't Rain on My Parade" from Funny Girl. Moreover, we provide chart news revealing a remarkable occurrence on the Billboard 200 albums chart with an impressive six debuts in the top 10—a feat not seen in over two and a half years. On the Hot 100 songs chart, Morgan Wallen's "Last Night" reaches an impressive milestone as it spends its 10th consecutive week at the No. 1 position.

Madonna Takes the Industry by Storm with Club-Friendly Hits

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