Janet Jackson's 'Unbreakable' becomes seventh No. 1 album

Janet Jackson's album, Unbreakable, is breaking into the Top Ten on the Billboard Charts.

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Janet Jackson’s album, Unbreakable, is breaking into the Top Ten on the Billboard Charts.

According to Billboard, the album, which debuted to the number one slot on the Billboard charts, is her seventh chart-topper. Additionally, this number one spot makes her only the third act to achieve number one albums in all of the last four decades.

This latest win also puts Jackson in rare company among female artists and performers, with only Barbra Streisand and Madonna (with ten and eight wins, respectively) having more albums in the number one spot.

Streisand and Jackson also join Bruce Springsteen as the only three performers to have wins spanning the last four decades.

Interestingly, Jackson’s album debuted to such high numbers despite the fact that she has not done any press interviews in order to promote her album, although she is currently on tour for her Unbreakable World Tour, which she has been doing since August, and she has premiered a music video for one of the hits on her album, No Sleep.

Currently, the Top Ten are lead by Jackson during a relatively quiet period for the charts, in which there are only three new albums on the charts. This relative calm comes after two weeks in which seven debut albums ran through the Top Ten.