Madonna is Over. Madge Has Lost Her Mojo

She is  MADONNA.


 Just Madonna. 

Even with all the media blitz around her new album, MDNA ,  she’s about to achieve the biggest second week sales drop for any album ever sold, after MDNA‘s sales plummeted a whole 88% after the first week. MTV reports:

Reporter Roger Friedman wrote that he was told that after debuting at #1 on sales of 359,000 copies in its first week, MDNA
is on pace to tumble 88 percent to around 46,000 copies for the week
ending Sunday.* The piece even calls into question whether Madonna truly
topped the charts in the first place, noting that “most” of the
first-week sales were for albums included in the sale of tickets to the
star’s upcoming tour. “That promotion artificially inflated Madonna’s
numbers, putting her first before Lionel Richie and his Tuskegee album,”
Friedman claimed.

“I do think that all the people involved in the Madonna ticket-CD
deal should apologize to Richie for denying him his rightful place at
number 1,” he wrote. Madonna has done some high-profile promotion of the
album, including playing the Super Bowl halftime show, a pop-in at the
recent Ultra Music Festival in Miami, a Facebook interview and Twitter
Q&A, but the combination of lukewarm reviews and two singles that
failed to gain traction may have done the album in.

Some speculate the album title  MDNA  sounds too much like MDMA  and  the drug association hurt the sales.  I just think her time is fading.

*The percentage dip surpasses the record set by Lady Gaga‘s Born This Way, when it fell 84.27% in its second week on the chart dated June 18, 2011. Born This Way bowed the previous frame at No. 1 with 1.11 million, and then sold 174,000 in its second week at the top of the chart.