Rihanna’s 'ANTI' Album Breaks New Chart Record

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Big news for Rihanna. As Chart Data reports, her ANTI album has surpassed Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream as the album with the most No. 1 singles on the Dance Club Songs chart in history. The report also points out that ANTI‘s “Consideration,” featuring SZA, has been No. 1 for nine weeks.

ANTI was released in 2016, earning five Grammy nominations, including Best Urban Contemporary Album, and three American Music Awards, including Favorite Album.

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