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Taylor Swift’s “Evermore” Album Tops Billboard 200 Again



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Taylor Swift’s Evermore tops the Billboard 200 albums chart once again, after being bypassed by J.Cole’s recent album, “The-Off Season”.

Just like J.Cole’s album, the Evermore album also broke some records. Some of which includes, the biggest sales week of 2021 of album sales among many others.

Taylor Swift’s “Evermore” album returns to No.1 on the billboard 200 for a fourth consecutive week in the top position. The album surprisingly earned 202,000 equivalent album unit in the U.S only in the week ending on June 3.

Taylor Swift, feeling at the top of the world, discloses online, appreciating her fans for their endless support.


“This one hit me hard,” she wrote. “I’m so in my feelings (more so than usual!) over what you all did here for evermore. Blown away by how much you care, and how long we’ve been caring about each other. Love you, so very much.”

—Taylor Swift tweeted.

The singer later included four red emojis in her tweet.

However, some fans revealed she was probably hinting the world of her forthcoming fourth studio album.


Taylor Swift’s “Evermore” album’s sales rise was reportedly fueled by the set’s modern-era record-breaking vinyl LP sales.

Coupled with other factors such as autographed CDs and discounting on the digital version of the album.

Although, relating to the previous albums Taylor Swift originally recorded with her first Record Label, “Big Machine”, little have been disclosed as to the acquisition of her right over the previous albums.

As reported, the Record Label owner publicly disclosed that Taylor wasn’t prohibited from performing the songs on the albums.


But still, it seems Taylor Swift isn’t giving up yet.

Few months ago, her fans protested via online.

This however, generated some controversies that led to the residential address of the owner to be released publicly.




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