Taylor Swift Becomes Fifth Artist to Enter Billboard 200 Chart With 10 Albums at Once

Taylor Swift at the American Music Awards in November 2022
Taylor Swift at the American Music Awards in November 2022. Photo by AFF-USA/Shutterstock (13624648ba)

Only five artists in history managed to simultaneously enter the Billboard 200 chart with ten different albums, and Taylor Swift just became one of them! Following the release of Lover: Live From Paris, Swift managed to chart ten albums on the Billboard 200 for the first time.

Lover: Live From Paris is Swift’s fourth live album, and it was released on Valentine’s Day as a vinyl-only record through the singer’s official website. Despite its limited run, this live album managed to sell 13,500 equivalent album units, entering the Billboard 200 at No. 58 on March 4-dated chart.

By doing so, Lover: Live From Paris joined several other of Swfit’s albums on the chart—all of which previously hit No. 1. Her latest album Midnights is currently the best ranked at No. 3, followed by Folklore at No. 28, Lover at No. 41, 1989 at No. 50.

This is a major achievement that only a handful of artists managed to reach in the past. David Bowie and Whitney Houston both simultaneously entered the chart with ten different albums after passing away, while Prince ruled it for three separate weeks in 2016. The Beatles also charted between 11 and 14 albums on the Billboard 200 for three weeks during the 2010s.

Full list of Taylor Swift’s albums on the March 4 chart:

No. 3 – Midnights
No. 28 – Folklore
No. 41 – Lover
No. 50 – 1989
No. 56 – Red (Taylor’s Version)
No. 58 – Lover: Live From Paris
No. 100 – reputation
No. 103 – Evermore
No. 172 – Fearless (Taylor’s Version)
No. 192 – Speak Now