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Janet Jackson Earns Milestone 20th No. 1 on Dance Club Songs Chart With ‘Made for Now’

Miss Jackson's collab with Daddy Yankee, "Made for Now," is her first leader since 2010.

Janet Jackson, with Daddy Yankee, jumps to her 20th career leader on Billboard‘s Dance Club Songs chart (dated Oct. 20) with “Made for Now” (2-1). The R&B-leaning original was remixed by Dirty Disco, Eric Kupper and Dirty Werk, among others.

“Made” is Yankee’s first topper. It’s his second top 10 and third chart hit, following “Despacito” (with Luis Fonsi and featuring Justin Bieber; No. 8, July 2017) and “Azukita” (with Steve Aoki, Play-N-Skillz and Elvis Crespo; No. 48, April 2018). “Made” is Jackson’s 40th chart entry and 34th top 10. It’s also her second shared No. 1, following “Scream,” with brother Michael, in 1995.


Jackson is the fourth act in the chart’s 42-year history to amass at least 20 No. 1s, following Madonna (46), Rihanna (32) and Beyoncé (22). “Made” is Jackson’s first topper in close to nine years, ending her longest gap between leaders, since “Make Me” assumed the throne in January 2010.

Here’s a recap of Jackson’s 20 No. 1s on Billboard‘s Dance Club Songs chart:

Title (Year, Weeks at No. 1, if more than one)

“When I Think of You” (1986, three weeks at No. 1)

“Control” (1986, three)

“The Pleasure Principle” (1987, two)

“Miss You Much” (1989, two)

“Rhythm Nation” (1989, three)

“Escapade” (1990, three)

“Alright” (1990, two)

“That’s the Way Love Goes” (1993)

“If” (1993, two)

“Scream” (Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson; 1995,two)

“Together Again” (1998)

“Go Deep” (1998)

“All for You” (2001, three)

“Someone to Call My Lover” (2001)

“Just a Little While” (2004)

“All Nite (Don’t Stop)” (2004)

“So Excited” (feat. Khia, 2007)

“Feedback” (2008)

“Make Me” (2010)

“Made for Now” (Janet & Daddy Yankee; 2018)