Madonna (born Madonna Louise Ciccone) is one of the best-selling female artist of all time, with over 300 million albums sold. Her exceptional career sprang from a simple childhood in the Midwest to being named as one the world's 25 Most Powerful Women of the 20th century in Time Magazine. Madonna established herself as a dancer in New York in the late-‘70s and made his first musical mark as a member of the new-wave group, The Breakfast Club, which resulted in a recording contract with Warner. Debut single, "Everybody," became her first hit, but it was their second album, Like A Virgin (1984), that elevated Madonna to her status as a trend-setting icon - a role she would hold onto, and constantly renew, for years to come. In parallel with a burgeoning acting career, Madonna retained her position as the decade’s biggest star with the albums True Blue (1986) and Like A Prayer (1989). Her challenging and provocative style was more explicit in the ‘90s, when she released the book Sex and the album Erotica (1992). The sexy image was then toned down for the sequel, Bedtime Stories (1994). Madonna's growing interest in Eastern mysticism and Kabbalah was reflected on Ray Of Light (1998), considered one of her best albums. Madonna has retained her relevancy into the 2000s and beyond, with a flair that not only goes with the times, but is usually a step ahead. Here are the pop queen’s 13 #1 hits and number of other singles from her storied career.