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Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ Climbs Back Onto The Charts

When it comes to Taylor Swift, all eyes are currently on her latest album, The Tortured Poets Department. This superstar is actively promoting the album, which has dominated the Billboard 200 for over 10 weeks. She is featuring songs from this album on her iconic The Eras Tour, and the lead single “Fortnight” with Post Malone continues to gain traction on radio stations across the United States.

However, Swift’s success is not limited to just one album. One of her most controversial releases has surged in popularity once more, climbing the ranks of one chart and making a notable return on another.

This week, Reputation is back on the Top Streaming Albums chart. The electronic-leaning project has reappeared on Billboard’s list of the most-streamed albums in the country, landing at No. 48.

Swift’s darkest release has now spent 28 weeks on the Top Streaming Albums chart, marking it as her fourth-longest-charting effort to date. Prior to its return, Reputation was tied with Folklore for the same position, each having spent 27 weeks on the chart.

Interestingly, Reputation is also one of only two albums to return to the Top Streaming Albums list this week. The other is The Weeknd’s The Highlights compilation, which comes in at No. 41 after a short absence.

Alongside its streaming success, Reputation is also making significant strides on the Billboard 200. Interest in the album is rising, as evidenced by last week’s performance on streaming platforms and in pure sales. According to Luminate, the title moved more than 17,800 equivalent units, with nearly 2,300 of those being actual sales.

This surge has propelled Reputation back into the top 40 on the Billboard 200. Previously positioned at No. 50, the album has now celebrated its 300th week on the ranking of the most-consumed albums in the country.

Source: Forbes