“Diamond Diana” Hits The Charts!

The new collection Diamond Diana: The Legacy Collection hits the charts in a big way this week, returning Diana Ross to the Top 30 of the Billboard 200 for the first time in more than 30 years!

Debuting for the week ending January 27, 2018 at #30, Diamond Diana is the singer’s first Top 30 entry on the Billboard 200 since Swept Away hit #26 in 1984.  The new collection just edges out I Love You, which topped out at #32 in 2007.  Interestingly, Diamond Diana is now the second highest-charting Diana Ross solo hits compilation on the Billboard 200, following only 1976’s Greatest Hits (which peaked at #13).  Meanwhile, on the magazine’s Top Album Sales chart (which counts only physical album sales, not streaming), Diamond Diana debuts at #5!

Over on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, Diamond Diana bows at #18, her first Top 20 entry on the chart since I Love You peaked at #16 in February 2007.  Even better, the album sits at #6 on the Top R&B Albums chart.

Congratulations to Miss Diana Ross on the well-deserved success of Diamond Diana!

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7 Responses to “Diamond Diana” Hits The Charts!

  1. William Sturman says:

    Doesn’t this indicate there is a market for new material from Ms. Ross?!

  2. Michael S says:

    This is great news! I am so happy for her. Now only if we could get new at least one more studio album…

    • Absolutely – with only HSN promotion and one new song (a remix that hit #1 on the Dance charts) – this shows that a new album would be so popular! And with a little promotion…more hits – she is truly amazing!

  3. dishy says:

    ……WHERE’S THE VINYL??? I would picked that up in a hearbeat!

  4. northcarolinafan says:

    I didn’t expect this! However I am thrilled and hope that this will lead to some new music!

  5. Michael says:

    There are a few new remixes out there of ANMHE. I happen have a few. I can share them with everyone here, if that’s ok, Paul.

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