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Since 1983, the American funk rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers has released 13 studio albums, two live albums, 12 compilation albums, 11 video albums (including promotional releases), five extended plays, 66 singles (including promotional releases), and 53 music videos. To date, the band has sold over 120 million records worldwide.[1] According to the RIAA the Chili Peppers have 6x Multi-Platinum, 2x Platinum and 3x Gold albums in the US, totalling 27.5m. They also have 9x Multi-Platinum, 3x Platinum and 4x Gold singles too, totalling 40m.[2] They have been nominated for 19 Grammy Awards, of which they have won 6.[3] They have the most no.1 singles (15), the most cumulative weeks at no.1 (91) and most top-10 songs (28) on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.

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It was not until their fourth studio album, 1989's Mother's Milk, that the band received critical attention when the album peaked at no.52 on the Billboard 200. It became their first album to go Gold and would eventually go onto reach Platinum status. 'Knock Me Down' would be the first single and it became their first ever entry on the Alternative Rock Songs chart reaching no.6. The follow up single was a cover of Stevie Wonder's 'Higher Ground' it only managed to peak at no.11 on the Alternative Rock Songs chart but was the song that started to get Chili Peppers more attention. 'Taste the Pain' was also released as a single. Although not on Mother's Milk but recorded around the same time and featured on the 'Pretty Women' soundtrack, the Chili Peppers released the single 'Show Me Your Soul' which reached no.10.

[5] After releasing their fifth studio album Blood Sugar Sex Magik in September 1991, the Red Hot Chili Peppers broke into the mainstream. They had switched their record label from EMI to Warner Brothers and now had producer Rick Rubin on board. The first single 'Give It Away' became a big success and gave them their first no.1 on the Alternative Rock Charts and went Platinum. But it was the second single "Under the Bridge" which made them household names. Although it only reached no.6 on the Alternative Rock Charts it peaked at no.2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and has gone 6xPlatinum. Other singles released were 'Suck My Kiss' reaching no.15 and going Gold and 'Breaking the Girl' reaching no.19 and also going Gold. [6] The album went on to reach 7xPlatinum in the United States reaching no.3 on the Billboard 200 album chart and gave them a no.1 album in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. BSSM became a foundation for alternative rock in the 1990s.[7][8][9] Guitarist John Frusciante quit the band shortly thereafter in 1992 and was replaced by Arik Marshall who was fired in 1993 being briefly replaced by Jesse Tobias before he too departed. Recorded in the Blood Sugar Sex Magik sessions but didnt appear on the album, the Chili Peppers released 'Soul To Squeeze' from the 'Coneheads' soundtrack. The single reached no.1 on the Alternative Rock Charts.

Stadium Arcadium, the band's ninth studio album, was released in May 2006. It became the band's first album to reach no.1 on the Billboard 200 and reached the top spot in other countries including UK, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, France, Italy, Switzerland and Holland. It was a double album featuring 28 tracks, one disc was named 'Mars' and the other 'Jupiter'. It went onto be certified 4xPlatinum. [5] Stadium Arcadium spawned three straight no.1 hits on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart; "Dani California" spent 14 consecutive weeks at the top of the chart and also peaked at no.6 on the Billboard Hot 100, it was certified 5xPlatinum.[6][11] 'Tell Me Baby' went Platinum and 'Snow' achieved 4xPlatinum status. Other singles released were 'Hump de Bump' reaching no.8 and 'Desecration Smile'.

The Chili Peppers entered the studio in September 2010 to record their 10th studio album, and their first with guitarist Josh Klinghoffer after John Frusciante departed the year before. The album I'm with You was released in August 2011. It peaked at no.2 on the Billboard 200 and went Gold. It was a no.1 hit in 19 different countries including UK, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Holland, Sweden and Switzerland. "The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie" the album's lead single, reached no.1 on the Alternative Rock chart and went Platinum. Other singles that were released included 'The Monarchy Of Rose's' at no.4, 'Look Around' at no.8 and 'Brendan's Death Song'.[5][6]

For the Chili Peppers next album they decided to try a fresh approach and went with producer Danger Mouse, who replaced Rick Rubin after 25 years and the previous 6 albums. The new release was titled The Getaway and came out in June 2016. "Dark Necessities", the first single from the album, hit the no.1 spot on the Alternative Rock chart and was certified Platinum. The song was also the band's 25th top ten single on the Alternative Songs chart.[12] It also became only the fourth song ever to top the Mainstream Rock, Alternative Songs and Adult Alternative charts at the same time.[13] The single also became the Chili Peppers 30th to chart inside the chart's top 20.[12] The Getaway made its debut at no.2 on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified Gold. It reached the top 3 in most countries, hitting the top spot including Australia, Holland, Italy, New Zealand and Switzerland. Other singles which were released included 'Go Robot' at no.12, 'Sick Love' and 'Goodbye Angels' at no.25.

In December 2019, the Chili Peppers announced in a released statement that they were parting ways with Klinghoffer and that John Frusciante was again returning to the band. The Chili Peppers 12th studio album, Unlimited Love, their first album to be released with Frusciante in 16 years, was released on April 1, 2022 with Rick Rubin returning as producer.[14]Unlimited Love made its debut at no.1 on the Billboard 200 charts. Successful the world over, also reaching no.1 in countries such as UK, Germany, Australia, France, Italy, Switzerland, New Zealand and Holland. [15] The album was preceded by the first single, "Black Summer", which became the band's highest debuting single at no.3 and eventually reaching no.1 on the Alternative Rock Charts. It also gave the band a no.1 single in 4 different decades, tying them with Green Day. The song 'Poster Child' was used as a promotional single and they also released the single 'These Are The Ways' which reached no.28. The Chili Peppers announced on the World Tour in support of Unlimited Love that a follow up album was to be expected soon.

Return of the Dream Canteen was released on October 14, 2022 and reached no.3 on the Billboard 200 chart, making it the Chili Peppers 9th consecutive studio album to reached the top 4 in that chart. It reached no.1 in Germany, France, Holland, New Zealand and Switzerland. The album was preceded by the first single, "Tippa My Tongue",[16] The single reached no.1 on the Alternative Rock chart and became the band's 15th No.1, it also meant that the Chili Peppers claimed a no.1 single on 9 consecutive albums. "Eddie" came out as a promotional single then "The Drummer" was the next single released and it reached no.10. It became their 28th top ten single on that chart which is a current joint record also held by the Foo Fighters.[17]

Upon the release of the remixed version of the song featuring Beyoncé, the song reached number one on the Hot Latin Songs chart, ending the 35-week reign led by "Despacito", becoming Balvin's fourth number one on the Hot Latin Songs chart, as well as Beyoncé's highest-charting song on the chart after "Irreplaceable" peaked at number four and "Beautiful Liar" peaked at number 10 in 2007. On the Hot 100, the remix moved from number 21 to number three after a full tracking week, giving both Balvin and William their first top 10 single and Beyoncé her 17th top 10 single (27th with Destiny's Child) on the chart. The remix also reached number one in the US Digital Songs chart with 79,000 copies sold during that week (combined sales with the original version), becoming both Balvin and William's first number one song on that respective chart, and Beyoncé's sixth, as well as just the second mostly-Spanish sung song to top the chart after "Despacito".[142] This made "Mi Gente", alongside "Despacito", as the first time in the Hot 100 chart history for two non-English singles to appear in the top 10 simultaneously.

In Canada, the remix reached a new peak of number two on the Canadian Hot 100, behind Post Malone and 21 Savage's "Rockstar", becoming both Balvin and William's highest-charting single at the time, and Beyoncé's 13th top 10 single. It also moved from number 17 to number one on the Hot Digital Songs chart.[143]

Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones is a remix album by American singer Madonna, released through Warner Records. Its abridged 16-track edition, simply titled Finally Enough Love, had a pre-release on streaming services on June 24, 2022, while the full 50-track edition and all physical formats were released on August 19, 2022. The album marks Madonna achieving a record 50 number ones on the US Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, the most number ones of any artist on any single Billboard chart. The title derives from the lyrics of her 50th number one, "I Don't Search I Find". It is also the first release in a multi-year reissue campaign with Warner, commemorating the 40th anniversary of Madonna's recording career.[1]

On the issue date of February 22, 2020, Madonna achieved milestone 50th number-one song on the US Billboard Dance Club Songs chart with "I Don't Search I Find" from the album Madame X, her final release with Interscope Records. She became the first act in history to score at least 50 number one songs on a single Billboard chart, as well as across five decades.[2] Madonna expressed her gratitude in a statement to Billboard; "dance is my first love [...] so every time one of my songs is celebrated in the clubs and recognized on the charts it feels like home".[3] 041b061a72




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