Taylor Swift’s ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ Marks 150 Weeks

Taylor Swift’s ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ Marks 150 Weeks

Taylor Swift continues her reign on the Billboard 200 with her latest album, The Tortured Poets Department.

This album holds the top spot for the fifth consecutive week, with Billboard already predicting a sixth. Meanwhile, another of Swift’s celebrated albums reaches a significant milestone.

Fearless (Taylor’s Version) has now spent 150 weeks on the Billboard 200. This marks the tenth of Swift’s albums to reach this impressive milestone, and it’s certain more will follow.

In the last tracking frame, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) moved 9,828 equivalent units, according to Luminate. While this represents a 6.6% drop from the previous period, it remains on the Billboard 200. This week, the album drops from No. 125 to No. 146. The re-recorded debut originally topped the Billboard 200, adding to Swift’s extensive list of chart-topping records.

Fearless (Taylor’s Version) continues to perform well in both streaming and sales, maintaining its presence on the Billboard 200 for almost three years. Of the nearly 10,000 equivalent units shifted last frame, 2,602 were actual sales, allowing the album to remain on the Top Album Sales chart, albeit just outside the top 40 after previously landing at No. 25.

Swift’s longest-charting album on the Billboard 200 is 1989, approaching 500 weeks on the chart. Following closely behind on Swift’s list of longest-charting albums are Reputation (296 weeks), her self-titled debut (284 weeks), the original Fearless (261 weeks), Lover (248 weeks), Folklore (200 weeks), Speak Now (193 weeks), Red (185 weeks), and Evermore (180 weeks).

Taylor Swift’s enduring popularity and consistent chart performance with multiple albums showcase her unmatched influence in the music industry.