Taylor Swift is one of the lucky few who can look back at 2020 with something to celebrate.
Swift’s eighth studio album — and the second of two she released in 2020, topped the RS chart by selling close to 2.3 million album-equivalent units.
Meanwhile, Swift makes four more appearances on the chart; 2019’s Lover lands at No. 28 while Evermore is at No. 63 — an exceptional showing considering it was released in early December. Also charting are 2014’s 1989 and 2017’s Reputation, coming in at No. 116 and No. 165, respectively.
Following Folklore at second place in the top five is Lil Baby’s My Turn, followed by Pop Smoke’s Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon at No. 3, the Weeknd’s After Hours at No. 4, and Juice WRLD’s posthumous Legends Never Die in fifth place.