Republic’s Taylor Swift has returned to #1 on the HITS Top 50 as Midnights cruises to 198k in its fourth week. The set is now a few units shy of 2.5m in total activity, with 3m before year’s end looking like a possibility. Meanwhile, Swift launched the on-sale for her stadium trek with drama aplenty; the incredible demand for her first tour in five years—she sold 2m tix in a single day—created a frenzy that crashed Ticketmaster, rallied fans and prompted government scrutiny of the touring industry.

At #2 is last week’s chart-topper, Drake & 21 Savage’s Her Loss (OVO/Republic), which posts 172k in its second week.

Republic’s four-week run includes the two biggest-streaming weeks of the year, for Midnights and Her Loss.

In other HITS Top 50 news, Louis Tomlinson’s Faith in the Future (BMG) is the week’s top debut, entering at #5, followed by Bruce Springsteen’s Only the Strong Survive (Columbia) at #8 and NasKing’s Disease III (Mass Appeal) at #9. CMG/Interscope’s GloRilla earns a Top 10 bow for her debut EP, Anyways, Life’s Great.

Hollywood’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack surges to #12 during the film’s opening week, while Reprise’s Michael Bublé ushers in the holiday season with Christmas, which soars to #20.

Streeting this week are new titles by Alamo’s Rod Wave, Question Everything/RCA’s BROCKHAMPTON and Reprise’s Disturbed, as well as Sony’s 40th anniversary reissue of Michael Jackson’s Thriller.

See the full Top 50 here.

Now, if you’ll excuse us, we’re off to stuff the turkey with eggnog.