Donna Summer Makes Strong Debut With ‘Crayons,’ Earns 19th No.1 Record

Donna Summer’s latest album “Crayons” makes a serious mark on the charts this week. The legendary singer who released “Crayons,” her first studio album in 17 years last week landed at #5 on the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop albums chart and #17 on the Billboard Hot 100 making “Crayons” the singer’s highest debuting album ever, trumping “She Works Hard For the Money” released in 1983. Adding to her list of accomplishments this week, Summer’s “I’m A Fire,” the first single from “Crayons” rose to #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Charts making it her 13th #1 single to top the club charts and her 19th #1 charting single across all charts. Donna Summer is now the only artist to have had a #1 charting dance hit in every decade since the 1970’s.

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