Taylor Swift’s albums are under fire.
Taylor Swift’s songs are selling as if it is still 2010, 2012 or ’14 for her luck. After the three album releases, the famous and very very stylish pop singer Taylor Swift gave us “1989,” “Red” and “Speak Now” consecutively, and is again up with her latest release. The newest album we just got to listen to is “Reputation” (Big Machine), which is her fourth in the row.
We can not believe in its sell. On the very first week of the album premiere, it went on to be more than a million copies of the album, with a total of 1,216,000 album copies sold according to Nielsen Music. And if we come on the topic of the individual track in the album “Reputation” and its streaming and downloading according to the sales by the industry’s current formula it is about 1,238,000 copies in a week.
In addition to Billboard No. 1- Nielsen Music have stated that Taylor Swift’s new work of the album is topping the charts and its sell is more than the rest of this week’s Billboard 200 chart combined.
Her albums got the biggest opening week for any album in 2017, beating Drake’s “More Life” (OVO/Republic).
The album “Reputation” makes a great statement and becomes the biggest release of this year beating the new album given by Ed Sheeran, “÷” (Atlantic). Adele’s album back in 2015, “25” had three million-plus sales in a few weeks which is the last album that gave a big hit in the industry before the release of “Reputation” and its first-week sale.
Taylor Swift did business in a very beautiful manner by choosing a way that is kind of very old-fashioned as the album was not made available on streaming services to download them, so the public had to buy the album hard copy Cds or download the digital fading format instead.
The credit for this incredible idea goes to the promotions made by Taylor Swift-centric UPS trucks and packages with use of “Reputation” magazines at Target. (of the 925,000 album copies sold in the first three days after its release, more than 600,000 were downloads.)