Madonna has announced details of ‘Finally Enough Love’, a new compilation celebrating the singer’s record 50 chart-topping hits on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart.
Madonna’s 2019 track ‘I Don’t Search I Find’, which featured on her ‘Madame X’ album, earned the artist her 50th number one on the Dance Club Songs chart in the US back in February 2020.
The achievement made Madonna the first and only artist with 50 number ones on any single Billboard chart.
Madonna is now set to further celebrate that success by releasing the career-spanning ‘Finally Enough Love’ collection digitally on June 24, before a physical release follows on August 19. Pre-order is available now from here and here.
The forthcoming two versions of ‘Finally Enough Love’, a 50-song rundown of Madonna’s Dance Club hits (excluding 1987’s ‘Causing A Commotion’) and an abridged 16-track version, will be the first album releases to be part of the partnership between Madonna and Warner Music Group which was announced back in August.
Both compilations have been curated by Madonna, with the 50-track ‘Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones’ including her favourite remixes of those chart-topping dance hits from across four decades, such as ‘Music’, ‘Like A Prayer’ and ‘Into The Groove’ (which you can hear above).
You can see the full tracklist for ‘Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones’ below.
Last weekend Madonna joined the Colombian singer Maluma on stage in Medellín to perform a pair of songs.