Hot Dance Club Songs

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Hot Dance Club Songs (también conocida como Club Play Singles, y antiguamente llamada Hot Dance Club Play y Hot Dance/Disco) es una lista semanal con las canciones bailables más vendidas en Estados Unidos de la revista Billboard.[1]

Récord de números 1[editar]

Madonna (pictured) holds the record for most hits on the chart and most number-one songs by a solo female artist since its establishment with 45, and as of 2015 is the only living and active artist so far to have charted the Dance Club Songs chart continuously since 1982.[2] "Holiday"/"Lucky Star" (1983) marked her first number one on the chart, with "Ghosttown" (2015) being her most recent.[2]
Enrique Iglesias (pictured) holds the record for most number-one songs by a solo male artist, with 14 number-one songs . (even more than Michael Jackson and Prince).Iglesias has sold over 137 million records world wide.[3] [4] .[5]
Top 10 / Thirteen number-ones or more
Position Artist name Number-ones Ref.
1 Madonna 46 [2]
2 Rihanna 23 [6]
3 Beyoncé 22 [7]
4 Janet Jackson 19 [6]
5 Mariah Carey 17 (tie) [8] [9]
Donna Summer1 [10] [11]
6 Kristine W 16 (tie) [12]
Jennifer Lopez [13]
7 Katy Perry 15 [14]
8 Enrique Iglesias 14 [15]
9 Whitney Houston 13 (tie) [6]
Lady Gaga [16]
Pitbull

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Referencias[editar]

  1. Trust, Gary. «Ask Billboard». Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Consultado el 14-07-10. 
  2. a b c Billboard Makes History With 46th No. 1 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs Chart http://m.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/6649413/madonna-46th-number-1-dance-club-songs-chart?utm_source=twitter=Madonna Makes History With 46th No. 1 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs Chart |url= sin título (ayuda). Consultado el Jul 31, 2015. 
  3. «Enrique Iglesias Extends Record For Most Latin Airplay No. 1s». Billboard. November 19, 2012. Consultado el November 19, 2012. 
  4. http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/467936/enrique-iglesias-says-beat-it-to-michael-jackson-on-dance-chart.  Falta el |título= (ayuda)
  5. Error en la cita: Etiqueta <ref> inválida; no se ha definido el contenido de las referencias llamadas enrique_iglesias
  6. a b c «Chart Highlights: Jason Derulo Jumps to No. 1 on Pop Songs With 'Want to Want Me'». Billboard. Consultado el June 15, 2015. 
  7. Murray, Gordon. «Chart Highlights: New No. 1s for Maroon 5, Hozier, Beyonce, Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars, the Decemberists & More». Billboard. Consultado el February 2, 2015. 
  8. «Mariah Carey Scores Sweet 16th No. 1 On Dance/Club Play Songs». Billboard. Consultado el 2012-10-12. 
  9. «Mariah Carey's 'You're Mine' Crowns Dance Club Songs Chart». Billboard. Consultado el 2014-04-30. 
  10. Error en la cita: Etiqueta <ref> inválida; no se ha definido el contenido de las referencias llamadas Billboard_Hot_Dance.2FDisco_1974-2003
  11. Trust, Gray. «Ask Billboard: Is 'Idol' Ruining Rock?». Billboard. Consultado el 2010-03-05. 
  12. Trust, Gray. «The Power Of Kristine W». Billboard. Consultado el 2010-03-02. 
  13. Trust, Gray. «Chart Weekly Chart Notes: Adele, Jennifer Lopez, Sherwood Schwartz». Billboard. Consultado el 2011-07-14. 
  14. «Iggy Azalea, Paramore Score First Pop Radio No. 1s». Billboard. Consultado el 2014-06-09. 
  15. «Enrique Iglesias Extends Record For Most Latin Airplay No. 1s». Billboard. November 19, 2012. Consultado el November 19, 2012. 
  16. Trust, Gray. «Weekly Chart Notes: Jimmy Buffett, Lady Gaga, Bill Cosby». Billboard. Consultado el 2011-08-04.