Taylor Swift once again showed her remarkable sales dominance, claiming half of the top 10 spots on the Billboard Albums chart. The latest chart figures, tracked by Luminate, saw Swift occupy the second through sixth, and eighth positions with five of her albums.

Leading the charge was 1989 (Taylor’s Version), which held steady at number two for another week. The re-recorded album moved 65,000 total units, marking a 21% increase from the previous sales period. Elsewhere in the top 10, Folklore rose to fourth place with 24,000 sales – a 17% boost. Midnights climbed to fifth on 29% growth, as it shifted 24,000 units.


Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) took the sixth spot, moving 22,000 copies for a 15% gain over last week. And Lover returned to the top 10, jumping two places to number eight on the back of a 50% sales surge, bringing it to 20,000 units.

All of Swift’s albums in the chart saw their figures rise significantly thanks to strong vinyl sales. As retailers promoted the popular physical format over the gift-giving season, Swift capitalized on the momentum to once again crowd the highest ranks of the album chart. Her unparalleled commercial success and devoted fanbase have kept several of her records thriving in the weekly rankings.

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