Taylor Swift’s folklore Is 2020’s Biggest No. 1 Debut


Taylor Swift’s folklore has debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, with over 846,000 equivalent album units sold in the first week since it was released on July 24, as Billboard reports. It replaces Juice WRLD’s posthumous album Legends Never Die as the biggest chart debut of the year. Swift’s new LP marks her seventh No. 1 album.

folklore has also landed the biggest week for any album since Swift’s 2019 release Lover, which debuted on the chart with with 867,000 units.

folklore, Swift’s eighth studio album, was recorded primarily with the National’s Aaron Dessner. It also features songs with Bon Iver and returning collaborator Jack Antonoff. Read Pitchfork’s review of the album and check out the latest episode of our podcast, the Pitchfork Review, “Taylor Swift Loves Indie, Too.”

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