Taylor Swift‘s 1989 is streamer behind to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Industry forecasters advise a manuscript might sell over 340,000 copies in a week finale Dec. 21, while a altogether manuscript expenditure figure could proceed 390,000.
The recently revamped Billboard 200 draft now ranks albums formed on their altogether consumption. That altogether figure combines pristine manuscript sales, along with lane homogeneous albums (TEA) and streaming homogeneous albums (SEA).
The new Billboard 200’s tip 10 will be suggested on Wednesday, Dec. 24.
If 1989 returns to No. 1, it will symbol the 30th cumulative week atop a Billboard 200 draft for Swift. She formerly reigned with Fearless (11 weeks in 2008 and 2009), Speak Now (six weeks in 2010 and 2011) and Red (seven weeks in 2012 and 2013).
Two new albums are on march for tip 10 debuts on a new chart: Nicki Minaj‘s The Pinkprint and D’Angelo and a Vanguard’s surprise manuscript release Black Messiah.
Minaj’s manuscript might sell around 160,000 copies, while D’Angelo’s set could change 100,000.
This story initial seemed on Billboard.com.