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SZA Helps Rihanna Become Queen Of Dance With "Consideration"
Rihanna has broken a new record on the Feb. 24 Billboard Dance Club Songs chart as "Consideration" featuring SZA becomes the first time one album — 2016's GRAMMY nominated Anti — had eight tracks reach No. 1. This is SZA's first time at No. 1 on Dance Club Songs.
The previous record of seven was held by Katy Perry's 2010 Teenage Dream. Although Queen Of Dance might not be a title Rihanna sought, she's earned it. However, Madonna totaled 46 No. 1 Dance Club Songs in total, leading Rihanna's now-updated total of 33. Beyoncé places next with 22 at No. 1 on the chart. Looking over at awards territory, Queen Bey has the same number of GRAMMY wins, 22, exceeding Rihanna's 8, and it was Beyoncé's recognized classic Lemonade that beat Anti in the Best Urban Contemporary Album category at the 59th GRAMMY Awards.
A beauty mogul, philanthropist and Best Rap/Sung Performance GRAMMY winner at the 60th GRAMMY Awards with Kendrick Lamar for "Loyalty," Rihanna recently celebrated a birthday on Feb. 20, and even though it's just passed, it's still not too late to vote in our Black History Month poll What's Your Favorite Rihanna Studio Album?
As her loyal fans have been known to say: Go Navy!