Grace Jones discography

Grace Jones' discography consists of 10 studio albums, eight compilation albums and 53 singles.

Grace Jones discography
Jones performing in Roskilde Festival in 2009
Studio albums10
Compilation albums8
Video albums2
Music videos19
Singles53

Jones began her recording career in 1975 with a disco song "I Need a Man" which became her first number one on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Songs chart two years later. She has since topped this chart with "Slave to the Rhythm" in 1985, "Love on Top of Love" in 1989 and "Sex Drive" in 1993, scoring four number one club hits in the United States, with a total of 17 entries on this chart. The singer also holds six entries on the US R&B chart, the most successful being "Pull Up to the Bumper" at number five. Internationally, her most successful single in terms of commercial performance is arguably the 1985 "Slave to the Rhythm".

Jones achieved chart prominence with her 1981 breakthrough album Nightclubbing which entered top 10 in five countries and was her first album to receive recording certifications for its sales. Jones' commercially most successful album to date remains her 1985 compilation Island Life, the only album chart-topper of her career.