Lady Gaga’s Debut Album Maintains Chart Dominance for Over a Decade

Lady Gaga is dropping hints about her upcoming album, while keeping the release date under wraps. Fans eagerly await updates from the pop icon as she sporadically teases them. Meanwhile, her breakthrough project continues to thrive in the U.S.

The Fame reclaiming the top spot on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. Gaga’s debut LP maintains its position as one of the most consumed albums in the dance/electronic genre, blending both elements seamlessly.

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Gaga’s debut album has now amassed an impressive 523 weeks on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart, marking over a decade of success.

Achieving such longevity is a significant milestone for any album, particularly for the debut release of a newcomer.

During its tenure on the chart, The Fame has consistently dominated, spending a total of 184 weeks at the coveted No. 1 position, including its latest reign.

Its sustained success can be attributed to its enduring popularity and minimal competition in recent times.

The Fame currently holds the record for the most weeks spent on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart, with no other project surpassing its 500-week milestone.

Lady Gaga’s debut album, is still making headlines (Credit: YouTube)

David Guetta’s “Nothing But The Beat” trails behind in second place, albeit at a considerable distance, with 479 weeks on the tally.

Remarkably, The Fame isn’t the only Gaga album making waves on this week’s chart. Her sophomore release, “Born This Way,” maintains its presence at No. 8, having dipped slightly from its previous position at No. 7. It has enjoyed a commendable run on the chart, tallying 388 weeks.

The Fame adds to Gaga’s impressive record of seven No. 1 albums on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart. With every release she introduces to the tally, she effortlessly ascends to the summit, with the exception of “Born This Way: The Remix,” which peaked at No. 3 in 2011.