I am sorry, Taylor Swift can’t arrive to the phone right now. Why? Because she’s occupied retailing a million albums.
Swift’s latest album “Reputation” sold over a million copies because it was released four days ago, according to Nielsen Music.
“Reputation” is Swift’s fourth consecutive album to market greater than a million copies in its first of all week. Different big debuts involve 2014’s “1989,” 2012’s “Red,” and 2010’s “Speak Now.”
The country singer turned pop star may be the only artist to have four unique albums sell greater than a million copies in a week since Nielsen Music started tracking album sales in 1991.
While Swift’s figures are impressive, they are dwarfed by the biggest debut in music history: Adele’s “25” sold 2.3 million copies in its first three days and nights before closing its first week with 3.3 million copies sold in 2015.
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Swift reportedly kept “Reputation” off streaming services just like Apple Music and Spotify for the first of all week of release.
The big sales likewise keep Swift’s popular streak alive coming off “1989,” which continued to win the Grammy for Album of the Year in 2016 and sell more than six million copies.