Taylor Swift landed the No. 1 spot on Rolling Stone’s Year-End Top 200 Albums Chart. Her eighth studio album, folklore, pulled in close to 2.3 million album-equivalent units in 2020.
Overall, Swift has five albums on the year-end RS 200, with Lover coming in at No. 28, Evermore at No. 63, 1989 at 116 and Reputation at 165. The only artist with more albums on the year-end chart is Drake, with six albums.
Lil Baby’s sophomore album My Turn took the No. 2 spot with 2.1 million album-equivalent units. Pop Smoke’s Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon, The Weeknd’s After Hours and Juice World’s Legends Never Die round out the top five.
Check out the full Rolling Stone’s Year-End Top 200 Albums Chart here.
Watch Taylor’s video for the lead single off of folklore, cardigan.