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Billboard 200 Project

Billboard 200 Project

Billboard 200

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Red was originally brought as Swift's fourth studio album in October 2012. The project spent seven weeks at the No. 1 position on the Billboard 200 back then. The 31-year-old is re-recording and re-releasing her Big Machine catalog as a way to reclaim her controversially sold masters. The first was Fearless (Taylor's Version) in April and now Red (Taylor's Version) from earlier this month. (Source: www.yardbarker.com)

Chart

The Billboard 200 is one of the most influential charts of all time. Billboard magazine bought a new top 200 list for the best-selling albums in the United States on nearly a monthly basis. The Billboard 200 is one of the most complete traditional and digital record charts in the United States, providing a complete look at weekly sales, and chart performance relative to other hit songs that week.

The LP hit the chart at No. 3 when it was bought in September and topped four more charts from the publication including the top album sales chart. The album sold over 3.58 million copies and swept the charts in Korea, Japan and China. (Source: www.koreaherald.com)

News

CNBC's influential review charts charts the 200 best-selling albums, songs and artists in the US.

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Stream

Eilish’s tour in support of Happier Than Ever went on sale and sold out entirely weeks prior to the release of her highly anticipated sophomore album. The album’s Billboard 200 No.1 debut moved 238,000 equivalent album units in its first week of release according to MRC Data. It is the top-selling album of the week and has amassed over 113 million on-demand streams across the album’s 16 tracks. (Source: www.udiscovermusic.com)

Music

Spotify has long been the home for music discovery. The company offers a massive streaming platform, but for those who want to explore further, the company has opened up the "Explore" tab, which aggregates all of its features into one central area. Going forward, the "Explore" section will be an area where Spotify offers a sneak peek at what's buzzing on the service, as well as exclusive insight into the company's data alongside users' favorite artists and playlists.

 

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