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'Living For Love' Debuts on Billboard's Pop Songs Chart

Madonna debuts on Pop Songs at No. 36 with 'Living for Love,' aided by concentrated on plays on several iHeartMedia-owned stations; for instance, WHTZ New York played it 19 times in the week ending Feb. 22, according to Nielsen Music, and KIIS Los Angeles spun it 16 times. She makes her 29th visit (dating to the chart's October 1992 launch) and first since 2012, when 'Give Me All Your Luvin',' featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., and 'Girl Gone Wild' reached Nos. 24 and 38, respectively (sparked by notable plays at iHeartMedia; 'Luvin' ' aired hourly for nearly three days at the chain leading up to her Super Bowl halftime appearance that year).

As previously reported, 'Living,' which Madonna performed at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 8, makes esteemed history on Dance Club Songs, where it reaches No. 1, becoming Madonna's 44th leader on the list. She ties George Strait, who's logged 44 No. 1s on Hot Country Songs, for the most toppers by an artist ever on any Billboard chart. 'Living' also debuts on Dance/Mix Show Airplay at No. 35.

From Billboard.com - thanks to Micheal

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