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Since there have been no major releases to compete with her, Taylor Swift has maintained her position as the top artist

If you don’t pay close enough attention, you could think the most recent Billboard album chart is the one from the previous week: The majority of the top positions have remained the same, with Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” remaining in first place for the fourth consecutive week.

According to the tracking service Luminate, “Midnights” continues to hold the number one spot in the United States with the equivalent of 177,000 sales, which includes 156 million streams and 57,000 copies sold as a complete package. There have been no major new releases that have come out to challenge it. Since its massive release one month ago, “Midnights” has been streamed 1.4 billion times, which is comparable to moving the equivalent of 2.6 million copies.

The following three positions on the list are likewise unmoved: “Her Loss” by Drake and 21 Savage is still at No. 2, “Un Verano Sin Ti” by Bad Bunny is still at No. 3, and “It’s Only Me” by Lil Baby is still at No (No. 4). The 98th week that “Dangerous: The Double Album” has been on the list, it has moved up one position to No. 5. It has spent all but one of those 98 weeks in the top 10 of the chart.

The eight-track extended play (EP) titled “Jupiter’s Diary: 7 Day Theory,” which was released by the Florida rapper and vocalist Rod Wave, debuted at position No. 9 on the Billboard 200 chart.

The return of holiday music with Michael Bublé’s “Christmas” — a seasonal hit every year since its release in 2011 — which lands at No. 10 is one of the few other notable changes in the Top 10 this week. “Thriller” by Michael Jackson, which rises 108 spots to No. 7 after the release of an expanded edition for the classic album’s 40th anniversary, and “Christmas” by Michael Bublé, which is a seasonal hit every year since its release in 2011.

Jonathan James
Jonathan James
I serve as a Senior Executive Journalist of The National Era
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