Well, it’s official, Taylor Swift’s eighth album Folklore is the No. 1 album of 2020. Swift finished the year with 2.3 million album units.
Folklore just surpassed Lil Baby’s sophomore album My Turn which came in second with 2.1 million in the album-equivalent-unit derby.
The results come from Rolling Stone, which broke down the year’s music consumption data into different year-end charts. Following Swift and Lil Baby’s albums in the top 10 were Pop Smoke, the Weeknd, Juice WRLD, Post Malone, Roddy Ricch, Luke Combs, Harry Styles and, the Hamilton cast album.
Combs and Juice WRLD had to albums in the top 20. Lil Uzi Vert, Billie Eilish, Bad Bunny, DaBaby, Eminem, Halsey, Jhené Aiko, Drake, Morgan Wallen, Justin Bieber, Lewis Capaldi, Post Malone, and Polo G round out the top 25.
Swift’s Evermore was at Number 63 despite it being released in mid-December and 1989 and Reputation took the Number 116 and 165 spots. The only other artist with more albums on the year-end chart is Drake, with six, led by Dark Lane Demo Tapes at No. 20.