Most LP Chart No. 1 weeks go to Taylor Swift. 

It makes sense that Taylor Swift topped the album chart at the end of 2023,  

considering how much she dominated pop culture and music.The star's rendition of her 2014 pop crossover hit, "1989 (Taylor's Version),"   

debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 for the final two weeks of the year,  

marking the album's fourth and fifth consecutive weeks at the top and aiding Swift in setting yet another record.  

According to the most recent list, Swift has surpassed Elvis Presley in the number of times a solo artist has debuted at No. 1 with 68 occasions,  

spanning 13 of her LPs. In the 132 years that Billboard's flagship album chart has existed,  

only the Beatles have had more No. 1 positions than any other performer. The chart began in 1956."  

1989 (Taylor's Version)" saw the equivalent of 98,000 sales in the US during its most recent week of release, with 48.5 million streams and 61,000 full copies sold.  

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