Gaga ties Louie DeVito for the most No. 1s in the list's history, and is the first artist to monopolize the top four positions in a single week.
Lady Gaga launches at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart (dated Sept. 18) with Dawn of Chromatica, her seventh career leader. The remixed set, released Sept. 3, earned 11,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Sept. 9, according to MRC Data. The album sports remixes of songs first released on her 2020 LP Chromatica.
With the coronation, Gaga -- who already owned the mark for the most No. 1s among female acts dating to the chart's 2001 inception -- ties Louie DeVito for the most leaders overall. With six No. 1 debuts, Gaga also ties DeVito for that mark.
Further, Gaga holds the chart's top four positions, with Dawn of Chromatica (No. 1), Born This Way (No. 2), The Fame (No. 3) and Chromatica (No. 4). It's the first time any act has claimed the top four spots in a single week.