Taylor Swift's ‘1989 (Taylor's Version)' Returns to No. 1, as She Ties Elvis Presley's Solo-Artist Record for Most Weeks Atop Billboard 200

Taylor Swift's "1989 (Taylor's Version)" has reclaimed the top spot on the Billboard 200, while Nicki Minaj's "Pink Friday 2" has fallen to second place in its second week

The Swift album is in its fourth non-consecutive week at No. 1, and its resurgence in the final full week before Christmas comes as no surprise,

 as vinyl editions of her albums have been selling like hotcakes among gift purchasers.Her supremacy in the most recent Luminate data puts her on the verge of breaking a record.

This is Swift's 67th week with an album at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, tying her with Elvis Presley as the solo artist with the most weeks spent at the top of that chart. If "1989 (Taylor's Version)" remains at No. 1 

on the next list in a week, which common reason suggests she has a virtually 100% chance of doing, Swift will surpass Elvis and hold the record all by herself.

She will not, however, set a new high for any artist at the top of the Billboard 200. If "solo" is removed from the equation, the Beatles hold the all-time record with 132 weeks at No. 1 

 on the album chart, which is approximately double the number of weeks that Swift and Presley are now at. So it'll take her a few years, and more than a couple more "Taylor's Versions,"

to catch up to the Beatles. But she's only 34 and a prolific producer, so no one should think the Beatles' record is safe forever.

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