As the billboard industry has matured, its top charts have grown increasingly popular.
The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums in the history of the Billboard 200.
This week, Billboard reported that it has expanded its Billboard 200 to include all-new albums, as well as reissues of the chart’s first 25 years, as of January 6.
The Billboard 200 is released four times a year: on Billboard.com on January 1; on Billboard Radio on February 10; and on Billboard’s mobile apps (including Apple Music and Spotify) on February 22.
The most popular album on the Billboard 300 this year was the single “Wolves in the Throne Room,” which reached No. 4 with 5.1 million equivalent album units in the U.S. The next-most-popular album was Taylor Swift’s 1989, which reached the top 10 with 4.2 million.
The No. 1 album on both the Billboard and Billboard 200s is the album released on March 2, which is the Billboard Hot 100.
It is the first Hot 100 No.1 album since 2008’s A$AP Rocky and Drake’s “Wild Thoughts,” which debuted at No. 2 on the Hot 100 on April 20, 2016.
The album reached No.
“A$AP Yams” “I Like It.” and “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” which were previously No. 3 on the charts, climbed to No. 6.
The song was also the second-most streamed song on the iTunes Radio app, after the track reached No “I’m Not You” in 2017.
The top 20 most-streamed songs of 2017 were “Witches in the Winter,” by Drake; “I Got This Feeling,” by Beyoncé; and “New Rules,” by The Weeknd.
“Wicked,” by Taylor Swift, was No. 5 on the chart.