Taylor Swift, an American singer-songwriter, has become the first living music artist to have seven albums chart in the top 40 of the Billboard 200 simultaneously.
Swift’s seven albums are presently charting for the week of April 1, according to the publication. In addition to that accomplishment, her most recent album, Midnights, has risen to third place on the charts.
The singer is the second artist and first living person to have seven albums in the top 40 at the same time, following Whitney Houston.
Upon Whitney’s death in 2012, the late singer gained the same level of success.
Swift’s 2019 album Lover is number 13 after Midnights, which peaked at number one after its October release, and Folklore and 1989 are 13th and 14th, respectively.
The 2021 re-recording of her 2012 album Lover is ranked 22nd, while her more recent albums Reputation and Evermore are ranked 26th and 31st, respectively.
Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and Speak Now are likewise ranked lower than the previous seven albums, at 52 and 69, respectively.
Swift has had ten albums chart on the Billboard 200 Chart for the first time in her career.
At the time, her record Lover: Live From Paris, which was released this past Valentine’s Day, had come in at number 58.
The singer is currently in the middle of her long-awaited Eras Tour, which kicked off in Glendale, Arizona earlier this month.