What are Madonna’s Top 6 Songs?
Madonna, known to her fans as the Queen of Pop released numerous hit songs throughout her career. She always strives to move with the times and continues to generate hit after hit, which is a testament to the talent of this legendary singer. Here are our picks for the top 10 Madonna songs. You may not agree with all of the songs on our list, but one thing is for sure, Madonna was a pop superstar.
1. Vogue (1990)
As a trendsetter, Madonna released “Vogue” in 1990 and started a new dance sensation inspired by the roaring 30’s era. Vogue quickly rose up the charts and we consider it to be her top single release.
2. Like a Prayer (1989)
A close second, Like a Prayer, released a year before Vogue, hit the boundaries of sexual and sacred interplay. The result was a controversial yet brilliant song that quickly rose up the charts.
3. Holiday (1983)
One of Madonna’s earlier releases, this song has a rocking beat and exudes good times. Holiday was a staple song played countlessly over the airwaves and in the dance clubs.
4. Material Girl (1984)
This catchy song again was a staple on the play list of radio stations all over America. Poking fun at the excessive lifestyle of the rich and famous, the song’s title became a moniker for the Queen of Pop.
5. Into the Groove (1985)
This song, another of Madonna’s crazy 80’s list of hits, was a staple among the club track. The song is catchy and easy to dance to.
6. Borderline (1984)
This single released in 1984 became one of many of Madonna’s eventual top 10 music hits. The song plays to the tug of war of love and crossing over the border line between love and desire.
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