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US Top 10 Albums Dated October 16th, 2021

 

1 – Fearless (Taylor’s Version) – Taylor Swift – A-

2 – Certified Loverboy – Drake – B+

3 – Expensive Pain – Meek Mill – C

4 – Sincerely, Kentrell – YoungBoy Never Broke Again – B-

5 – Montero – Lil Nas X – A4 –

6 – Sour – Olivia Rodrigo – A

7 – Planet Her – Doja Cat – B

8 – Love For Sale – Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga – C+

9 – Dangerous: The Double Album – Morgan Wallen – B+

10 – Donda – Kanye West – A

Comment: Taylor’s version back on top as we patiently wait for the “Red” version, apparently signed CDs and vinyl are in great demand. So now, Tay Tay has the #1 and # 2 albums of the year (Olivia is at # 3 -though Swift has writing credits on that as well).

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