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CHART STORY: SWIFT JOINS CLUB FOUR

Notching her fourth week at #1 on the HITS Top 50 with folklore (Republic), Taylor Swift joins Lil Baby and The Weeknd as the only artists in 2020 to own the chart for a month. Swift posts 97k in her fourth week.

Young Dolph lands the top debut at #4, followed by Kane Brown's Mixtape Vol.1 (RCA Nashville/Zone 4) at #15. Columbia's Polo G (#16-12, +14%) and Warner's Dua Lipa (#40-29, +15%) earn the biggest gains this week.

Streeting this week are projects from Island's The Killers, Mass Appeal's Nas, Alamo/Interscope's blackbear, Big Machine's Tim McGraw, Streamcut/RCA's Mulatto and Dead Oceans' Bright Eyes.

View the HITS Top 50 here. 

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