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Madonna singles discography
Madonna performing on stage
Madonna performing "I Rise", from her fourteenth studio album Madame X (2019). It became her 48th number one on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart.
Singles88
Promotional singles23
Other charted songs16

American singer Madonna has released 87 singles and 23 promotional singles and charted with 16 other songs. In 1982, she signed a contract with Sire Records, and released her first two singles before launching her eponymous debut album.[1] Her first entry on the US Billboard Hot 100 was "Holiday" (1983), which also became her first top-ten hit song in several other countries. The following year, she achieved her first number-one single in Australia, Canada, and the US with "Like a Virgin" from the album of the same name. In 1985, Madonna released her second US number-one single, "Crazy for You", and her first UK number-one single, "Into the Groove", both from feature film soundtracks. Soon after, all five singles from her third studio album True Blue (1986)—"Live to Tell", "Papa Don't Preach", "True Blue", "Open Your Heart", and "La Isla Bonita"—reached number one in the US or the UK. The title track from Madonna's fourth studio album, Like a Prayer (1989), made her the female artist with the most US number-one singles in the 1980s (shared with Whitney Houston).[2] The album's next singles, "Express Yourself" and "Cherish", both peaked at number two on the Hot 100, giving Madonna the record for the most consecutive top-five singles by any act with 16.[3]

In 1990, Madonna released "Vogue" from the album I'm Breathless, which topped the charts in all major music markets.[4] With "This Used to Be My Playground", Madonna became the female artist with the most US number-one singles at that time.[5] Her fifth studio album, Erotica (1992), was her least successful release up to that point, with only its title track and "Deeper and Deeper" reaching the US top ten. Her 1994 studio album Bedtime Stories spawned the lead single "Secret", which became her record-setting 35th consecutive UK top-ten single. The album's second single, "Take a Bow", remains her longest-running US number-one single with seven weeks atop the chart.[6] "Frozen", from the 1998 studio album Ray of Light became her first ever single to debut at number one in the UK.[7] All the follow-up singles from the album were also top-ten hits in several countries.

In 2000, Madonna scored her 12th US number-one single, "Music", from the album of the same name. The title track of her ninth studio album American Life (2003) topped the charts in Canada, Italy, and Switzerland, despite only peaking at number 37 in the US. In 2005, Madonna released "Hung Up" from her tenth studio album Confessions on a Dance Floor, which remains her best-charting song worldwide and earned a place in the 2007 Guinness Book of World Records for topping the charts in more countries than any other song (41 countries).[8] With "Hung Up" going platinum, Madonna surpassed The Beatles for having most gold certified singles in the US.[9] "4 Minutes", the lead single from her 11th studio album, Hard Candy, scored Madonna her 37th Billboard Hot 100 top-ten, surpassing Elvis Presley as the artist with the most top-ten singles.[10] The song also extended Madonna's record as the female artist with the most UK number-one singles with 13.[11] As of February 2008, she has sold more than 115 million singles worldwide.[12][13] Madonna ended the 2000s as the best-selling physical singles artist of the decade in the US.[14]

"Give Me All Your Luvin'", the lead single from Madonna's 2012 studio album, MDNA, became her 25th number-one single in Canada and her record-extending 38th US top-ten single.[15] "Bitch I'm Madonna" from her 2015 studio album Rebel Heart, was her 45th single to top the US Dance Club Songs. She became the artist with the most number ones on a singular Billboard chart, surpassing George Strait who earned 44 number ones on the Hot Country Singles chart.[16] In 2020, "I Don't Search I Find", a single from the 2019 album Madame X, became her 50th dance number-one song and made Madonna the only artist to achieve a number-one song in a singular Billboard chart in five consecutive decades.[17] According to Billboard, Madonna is the most successful solo artist in the Hot 100 chart history, second overall behind the Beatles.[18] In the United Kingdom, Madonna scored a total of 63 top-ten hits (more than any other female artist) and 12 number-two peaks (more than any other act).[19][20] At the 40th anniversary of the GfK Media Control Charts, Madonna was ranked as the most successful singles artist in German chart history.[21]

Singles[edit]

1980s[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
US
[22]
US
Dance

[22]
AUS
[23]
CAN
[22]
FRA
[24]
GER
[25]
ITA
[26]
SPA
[27]
SWI
[28]
UK
[29]
"Everybody" 1982 [a] 3 Madonna
"Burning Up" 1983 3 13
"Holiday" 16 1 4 32 37 9 22 18 2[b]
"Lucky Star"[c] 4 36 8 14
"Borderline" 1984 10 4 12 25 23 2
"Like a Virgin" 1 1 1 1 8 4 16 9 3 Like a Virgin
"Material Girl" 1985 2 1 4 4 47 13 18 10 15 3
"Crazy for You" 1 1 1 47 26 12 17 16 2[d] Vision Quest
"Angel" 5 1 1 5 31 2 17 5 Like a Virgin
"Into the Groove" [e] 2 3 1 1 2 1
"Dress You Up" 5 3 5 10 18 20 16 11 20 5
"Gambler" 10 33 25 3 23 4 Vision Quest
"Live to Tell" 1986 1 7 1 6 12 1 4 2 True Blue
"Papa Don't Preach" 1 4 1 1 3 2 1 4 2 1
"True Blue" 3 6 5 1 6 6 4 12 6 1
"Open Your Heart" 1 1 16 8 24 17 6 11 4
"La Isla Bonita" 1987 4 6 1 1 1 18 8 1 1
"Who's That Girl" 1 44 7 1 2 2 1 6 2 1 Who's That Girl
"Causing a Commotion" 2 1 7 2 14 4 21 9 4
"The Look of Love" 23 34 20 9
"Spotlight"[f] 1988 You Can Dance
"Like a Prayer" 1989 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 Like a Prayer
"Express Yourself" 2 1 5 1 7 3 1 3 1 5
"Cherish" 2 4 1 21 16 3 10 10 3
"Oh Father"[g] 20 59 14 26 6 16
"Dear Jessie" 51 20 19 17 16 5
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

1990s[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
US
[22]
US
Dance

[22]
AUS
[23]
CAN
[22]
FRA
[24]
GER
[25]
ITA
[26]
SPA
[27]
SWI
[28]
UK
[29]
"Keep It Together" 1990 8 1 1 8 16 Like a Prayer
"Vogue" 1 1 1 9 4 1 1 2 1 I'm Breathless
"Hanky Panky" 10 6 18 21 4 13 15 2
"Justify My Love" 1 1 4 1 17 10 2 3 3 2 The Immaculate Collection
"Rescue Me" 1991 9 6 15 7 21 21 12 11 3
"This Used to Be My Playground" 1992 1 9 1 7 6 1 6 6 3 Non-album single
"Erotica" 3 1 4 13 23 13 1 4 8 3 Erotica
"Deeper and Deeper" 7 1 11 2 17 26 1 23 6
"Bad Girl" 1993 36 32 20 44 47 3 25 10
"Fever" 1 51 31 12 6
"Rain" 14 5 2 26 9 11 7
"Bye Bye Baby" 15 7 28
"I'll Remember" 1994 2 7 1 40 49 1 17 7 With Honors
"Secret" 3 1 5 1 2 29 3 4 1 5 Bedtime Stories
"Take a Bow" 1 15 1 25 18 2 8 16
"Bedtime Story" 1995 42 1 5 42 8 4
"Human Nature" 46 2 17 64 50 10 17 8
"You'll See" 6 9 2 24 15 5 8 5 Something to Remember
"One More Chance" 1996 35 2 11
"Love Don't Live Here Anymore" 78 16 27 24 48
"You Must Love Me" 18 11 11 41 78 4 43 10 Evita
"Don't Cry for Me Argentina" 1997 8 1 9 14 1 3 2 1 4 3
"Another Suitcase in Another Hall" 4 7
"Frozen" 1998 2 1 5 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 Ray of Light
"Ray of Light" 5 1 6 3 18 28 2 1 32 2
"Drowned World/Substitute for Love" 16 42 39 5 1 31 10
"The Power of Good-Bye" 11 33 16 21 4 8 2 8 6
"Nothing Really Matters" 1999 93 1 15 6 48 38 7 1 26 7
"Beautiful Stranger" 19 1 5 1 17 13 1 4 6 2 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

2000s[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
US
[22]
US
Dance

[22]
AUS
[23]
CAN
[22]
FRA
[24]
GER
[25]
ITA
[26]
SPA
[27]
SWI
[28]
UK
[29]
"American Pie" 2000 29 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 The Next Best Thing
"Music" 1 1 1 1 8 2 1 1 1 1 Music
"Don't Tell Me" 4 1 7 1 16 22 1 2 10 4
"What It Feels Like for a Girl" 2001 23 1 6 2 40 16 2 1 11 7
"Die Another Day" 2002 8 1 5 1 15 4 1 1 1 3 Die Another Day
"American Life" 2003 37 1 7 1 10 10 1 2 1 2 American Life
"Hollywood" 1 16 5 22 21 3 2 2 2
"Me Against the Music"
(Britney Spears featuring Madonna)
35 1 1 2 11 5 2 1 4 2 In the Zone
"Nothing Fails" 1 [h] 7 34 36 7 1 41 American Life
"Love Profusion" 1 25 3 25 5 1 31 11
"Hung Up" 2005 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Confessions on a Dance Floor
"Sorry" 2006 58 1 4 2 5 5 1 1 4 1
"Get Together" [i] 1 13 4 23 28 2 1 16 7
"Jump" [j] 1 29 23 1 3 21 9
"Hey You" 2007 57 36 55 187 Non-album single
"4 Minutes"
(featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland)
2008 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 Hard Candy
"Give It 2 Me" 57 1 23 8 5 8 3 1 4 7
"Miles Away" 2 23 54 11 26 1 32 39
"Celebration" 2009 71 1 40 5 2 5 1 17 4 3 Celebration
"Revolver"
(featuring Lil Wayne)
4 47 25 16 39 130
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

2010s[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
US
[22]
US
Dance

[22]
AUS
[23]
CAN
[22]
FRA
[24]
GER
[25]
ITA
[26]
SPA
[27]
SWI
[28]
UK
[29]
"Give Me All Your Luvin'"
(featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.)
2012 10 1 25 1 3 8 2 2 6 37 MDNA
"Girl Gone Wild" [k] 1 93 42 13 4 7 29 73
"Masterpiece"[l] 68
"Turn Up the Radio" 1 58 30 175
"Living for Love" 2014 [m] 1 92 50 40 30 21[n] 49 26 Rebel Heart
"Ghosttown" 2015 1 34 34 20 41 39 117
"Bitch I'm Madonna"
(featuring Nicki Minaj)
84 1 58 90 49
"Hold Tight"[o] 92
"Medellín"
(with Maluma)
2019 1 [p] [q] 37 67 69 87 Madame X
"Crave"
(with Swae Lee)
1 [r] [s]
"I Rise" 1 [t] [u]
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

2020s[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
US
[22]
US
Dance

[22]
AUS
[23]
CAN
[22]
FRA
[24]
GER
[25]
ITA
[26]
SPA
[27]
SWI
[28]
UK
[29]
"I Don't Search I Find" 2020 1 [v] [w] Madame X
"Levitating (The Blessed Madonna Remix)"
(Dua Lipa featuring Madonna and Missy Elliot)
TBA[99] Club Future Nostalgia
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Dance

[22]
FRA
Down.

[97]
HUN
[100]
SCO
[101]
UK
Down.

[102]
"Physical Attraction"[x] 1983 Madonna
"Over and Over"[y] 1985 Like a Virgin
"Where's the Party"[z] 1986 True Blue
"You Can Dance (LP Cuts)" 1987 1 You Can Dance
"Pray for Spanish Eyes"[aa] 1990 Like a Prayer
"Erotic"[ab] 1992 Non-album single
"I Want You"
(with Massive Attack)[ac]
1995 Something to Remember
"Buenos Aires" (Remix) 1997 3 Evita
"Sky Fits Heaven" 1998 41 Ray of Light
"Little Star"[ad]
"Skin"[ae] 2000
"Amazing"[af] Music
"Impressive Instant" 2001 1
"GHV2 Megamix" 5 GHV2
"Into the Hollywood Groove"[ag]
(with Missy Elliott)
2003 Remixed & Revisited
"Nobody Knows Me" 4 American Life
"Imagine" (Live)[ah] 2005 I'm Going to Tell You a Secret
"Mother and Father" 9 American Life
"Broken"[ai] 2012 Non-album single
"Love Spent"[aj] MDNA
"Superstar"[ak]
"Future"
(with Quavo)
2019 16 30 50 33 Madame X
"Dark Ballet" 49 83
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Other charted songs[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Dance

[22]
CAN
[22]
FIN
[118]
FRA
[24]
ITA
[26]
POR
[119]
SPA
[27]
SWE
[120]
SWI
[28]
UK
[29]
"Sing"
(Annie Lennox featuring various artists)[al]
2007 18 161 Songs of Mass Destruction
"Candy Shop" 2008 [am] Hard Candy
"She's Not Me" [an]
"Beat Goes On"
(featuring Kanye West)
82 15 189
"It's So Cool" 2009 8 20 30 107 Celebration
"Gang Bang" 2012 93 MDNA
"Devil Pray" 2014 [ao] 62 43 50 59 Rebel Heart
"Unapologetic Bitch" [ap] 91
"Illuminati" [aq] 92
"Joan of Arc" 2015 76
"Iconic"
(featuring Chance the Rapper and Mike Tyson)
[ar] 114
"Champagne Rosé"
(Quavo featuring Madonna and Cardi B)
2018 [as] Quavo Huncho
"God Control" 2019 [at] Madame X
"Extreme Occident" [au]
"Faz Gostoso"
(featuring Anitta)
[av] 53
"Looking for Mercy" [aw]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Everybody" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number 107.[30]
  2. ^ "Holiday" has been released in the United Kingdom on three separate occasions: January 14, 1984, release reached number six, then re-issued on July 30, 1985, when it reached number two and the final re-release was on June 4, 1991, with an additional EP version The Holiday Collection. It reached number five on the chart.[29]
  3. ^ "Lucky Star" was released before "Borderline" in the United Kingdom, but vice versa in the United States.[33]
  4. ^ "Crazy for You" was re-released in the UK as "Crazy For You (Remix)" on February 24, 1991. It was the second single there from The Immaculate Collection. Both the releases reached number two.[29]
  5. ^ "Into the Groove" was not commercially released as a 7" single in North America and is not included on the US version of Like a Virgin. In the US, the track was only available as the B-side of the 12" version of "Angel", and therefore was ineligible to enter the Hot 100 or Hot 100 Singles Sales charts, which at the time only tracked songs released on commercially available 7" singles.[40]
  6. ^ "Spotlight" was only commercially released in Japan, reaching number 68 on the Oricon Singles Chart.[48]
  7. ^ "Oh Father" was released in Europe on December 27, 1995, as the second single from Something to Remember.[29]
  8. ^ "Nothing Fails" was considered an EP in Australia and was only eligible for the ARIA Albums Chart. It charted at six on the ARIA Dance Albums chart in December 2003.[72]
  9. ^ "Get Together" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but entered the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles Chart at number six. It also peaked at number eighty-four on the now discontinued Pop 100 chart.[78]
  10. ^ "Jump" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but entered the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles Chart at number five.[78]
  11. ^ "Girl Gone Wild" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but entered the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number six.[88]
  12. ^ "Masterpiece" was released only in the United Kingdom.[89]
  13. ^ "Living for Love" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but entered the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles Chart at number eight.[22]
  14. ^ The "Living for Love" remixes EP charted separately on the Spanish Albums chart, peaking at number 93.[27]
  15. ^ "Hold Tight" was released exclusively to Italian radio stations.[90]
  16. ^ "Medellín" did not enter the Canadian Hot 100 but entered the digital component chart at number 37.[91]
  17. ^ "Medellín" did not enter the main chart in France but entered the download component chart at number 11.[92]
  18. ^ "Crave" did not enter the main chart in France but entered the download component chart at number 23.[93]
  19. ^ "Crave" did not enter the main chart in the United Kingdom but entered the download component chart at number 49.[94]
  20. ^ "I Rise" did not enter the main chart in France but entered the download component chart at number 22.[95]
  21. ^ "I Rise" did not enter the main chart in the United Kingdom but entered the download component chart at number 40.[96]
  22. ^ "I Don't Search I Find" did not enter the main chart in France but entered the download component chart at number 160.[97]
  23. ^ "I Don't Search I Find" did not enter the main chart in the United Kingdom but entered the download component chart at number 66.[98]
  24. ^ A promotional 7" single of "Physical Attraction" was released in the United States in 1983.[103]
  25. ^ Promotional 7" and 12" singles of "Over and Over", with B-side "Borderline", were released in Italy in 1985.[104]
  26. ^ A promotional 7" single of "Where's the Party", with B-side "Love Don't Live Here Anymore", was released in the Philippines in 1986.[105]
  27. ^ A promotional 7" single of "Pray for Spanish Eyes" was released in Spain in 1990.[106]
  28. ^ Promotional CD available with the 1992 publication, Sex. This version was created at the end of the Erotica sessions and includes additional lyrics not available on the album version. These lyrics were also used in the William Orbit remixes on the "Erotica" single.[107]
  29. ^ Originally to be the lead single from Something to Remember, "I Want You" was released as a promotional single with an official music video on October 2, 1995.[108]
  30. ^ A promotional CD single of "Little Star" was released in the United Kingdom in 1998.[109]
  31. ^ A promotional CD single of "Skin" was released in the United States on May 1, 2000.[110]
  32. ^ A promotional CD single of "Amazing" was released in select European territories in 2000.[111]
  33. ^ A remix of "Into the Groove" and "Hollywood" featuring Missy Elliott. It was created as part of a commercial campaign for clothing retailer GAP and copies of the promotional CD were given away to customers.[112]
  34. ^ Madonna performed the cover of the John Lennon song at the Tsunami Aid: Concert of Hope in January 2005. Her performance was available as a digital download on the Sony Connect website the following day of the concert. All proceeds from the downloads went to the American Red Cross charity.[113]
  35. ^ The song was recorded during the Celebration sessions. Madonna's official fanclub Icon's members were given a special 12" vinyl single of the track with unique artwork as a part of their membership.[114]
  36. ^ A promotional CD single of "Love Spent" was released in the Netherlands in 2012.[115]
  37. ^ Released on December 3, 2012 in Brazil as a special edition free CD with Brazilian newspaper Folha de S. Paulo. The accompanying artwork for the single was created by Brazilian graffiti artist Simone Sapienza who won a contest sponsored by Johnnie Walker's Keep Walking Project in Brazil, she was chosen by Madonna after being among ten finalists.[116][117]
  38. ^ Performed by Annie Lennox on her album, Songs of Mass Destruction. Madonna sang one verse and back-up vocals with 22 other artists.[121]
  39. ^ "Candy Shop" did not enter the main chart in Finland but entered the download component chart at number 21.[122]
  40. ^ "She's Not Me" did not enter the main chart in Finland but entered the download component chart at number 17.[122]
  41. ^ "Devil Pray" did not enter the main chart in Finland but entered the download component chart at number 16.[123]
  42. ^ "Unapologetic Bitch" did not enter the main chart in Finland but entered the download component chart at number 19.[123]
  43. ^ "Illuminati" did not enter the main chart in Finland but entered the download component chart at number 20.[123]
  44. ^ "Iconic" did not enter the main chart in Finland but entered the download component chart at number 30.[124]
  45. ^ "Champagne Rosé" did not enter the US Dance Club Songs chart but charted at number 20 on Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart,[125] and peaked at number eight on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart.[126]
  46. ^ "God Control" did not enter the main chart in France but entered the download component chart at number 60.[97]
  47. ^ "Extreme Occident" did not enter the main chart in France but entered the download component chart at number 192.[97]
  48. ^ "Faz Gostoso" did not enter the main chart in France but entered the download component chart at number 187.[97]
  49. ^ "Looking for Mercy" did not enter the main chart in France but entered the download component chart at number 198.[97]

References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

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