Taylor Swift tops US 200 for fifth week

Pop artist Taylor Swift proceeded with her rule at the highest point of the redid U.s. Board 200 collection outline on Wednesday, shaking off new passages.

Swift’s “1989” collection sold 230,000 copies, 435,000 tunes and was streamed 27,000 times, as per figures from Nielsen Soundscan, totalling 274,000 deals units and holding the top spot for a fifth non-back to back week.

As per the new graph equation divulged a week ago, 10 tunes level with one collection unit and 1,500 online streams measures up to one collection unit.

“Shake It Off,” Swift’s lead tune from “1989,” scored three Grammy assignments, including two for top classes a week ago.

At No. 2 this week, a cappella bunch Pentatonix holds unfaltering with its happy record “That’s Christmas to Me” totalling 221,000 units, while veteran rockers AC/DC entered the diagram at No. 3 with its most recent collection “Shake or Bust” beating 174,000 units.

The main other new passage in the main 10 of the 200 diagram was R&b artist Mary J. Blige’s “London Sessions” at No. 9.

Taylor Swift’s song “Blank Space” held the top spot on the advanced melodies graph with an alternate 254,000 computerized downloads, while on-screen character Jennifer Lawrence’s version of James Newton Howard’s “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1,” held enduring at No. 2 with 168,000 downloads.

Taylor Swift – Blank Space

Swift had asked the media as a favor for her upcoming birthday to “stop accusing all my friends of dating me” — and her representative said that the star was disappointed “that her one birthday request was ignored.”

The pop phenomenon turns 25 on Dec. 13, so there’s still time for the gossip columnists to grant her request though MarkMeets editor Mark Boardman has heard that “Taylor Swift Is Secretly Dating! Meet Her New Boyfriend, 1975 Rocker Matt Healy”

The British rocker Swift met Healy, 25, backstage at his band’s L.A. concert.

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