Taylor Swift and Morgan Wallen Dominate Billboard’s Album Chart
Half of the top 10 on this week’s Billboard album chart belong to Morgan Warren and Taylor Swift, with Warren holding two slots, including No. 1, and Swift occupying three.
According to tracking service Luminate, Wallen’s 36-track “One Thing at a Time” has sold 149,000 copies in the United States, retaining the number one spot for the eighth time. His previous release, ‘Dangerous: The Double Album’ is his number seven.
Agust D, better known as Suga of K-pop giant BTS, hit number two with his first solo studio album ‘D-Day’. Equivalent to 140,000 sales, including 18 million streams and 122,000 sales as complete albums.
Swift will release Folklore: The Long Pond, a two-LP record set released on April 22nd as part of Record Store Day, an annual promotion in which artists and labels issue special one-day releases. Studio Sessions” won the 3rd place.According to Luminate, it was limited to 75,000 copies in the U.S. and all sold. maximum week According to Billboard, every album released on vinyl so far this year.
Swift, who is still playing stadiums on the Eras Tour, occupies No. 4 this week with his latest studio album, “Midnights,” and No. 10 with 2019’s “Lover.”
Also this week, prolific Louisiana rapper Youngboy Never Broke Again releases his new album, Don’t Try This At, featuring guest appearances from Nicki Minaj, Mariah the Scientist, Post Malone and more. Home” ranked 5th. The 33-track album was his 14th Top 10 entry for him and represented his 60,000 sales, including 88 million streams.