Taylor Swift ties with Whitney Houston for Billboard record
'Folklore' is spending its sixth week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
American singer Taylor Swift just matched late Whitney Houston's record for most weeks on the Billboard 200 among female artists.
According to Fox News, the singer just reached her sixth week at No. 1 with new album Folklore.
Altogether across Swift's seven albums, she's had a total of 46 weeks at the top of the charts. Houston had previously made history among women when her 2009 album I Look to You put her at 46 weeks at No. 1.
Houston had four No. 1 albums compared to Swift's seven chart-toppers.
As per Fox News, The Beatles hold the record among male and female artists, with 132 weeks of albums at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
On July 24, Swift dropped her surprise eighth studio album with only a few hours' notice.