In an era when most acts’ success doesn’t last 30 minutes, Pop royal Madonna has 30 years of chart-topping under her belt; a trend which looks set to continue – even at the ripe age of 53.
For, spearheaded by the Super Bowl and a mammoth Clear Channel campaign, the Material Girl’s new album has broken iTunes records – more than a month before release.Array
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After being made available for pre-order last week, the ‘Give Me All Your Luvin” led set garnered the biggest one-day pre-order sales in iTunes history. And by day three, the LP ranked at #1 in iTunes stores in 50 countries.
The unprecedented achievement is notable in that not only will it give the album’s first week numbers a pronounced boost, it also means Maggie is “winning” in an arena older artists usually falter in – the digital sphere.
Of course, the true measure of the singer’s current popularity will be revealed when the album is actually released on March 26th. But pending then, her Madgesty has plenty to smirk about…