Fans of Taylor Swift, affectionately called #Swifties, are opening their wallets after the Pop diva opened her heart on the recently released ‘Miss Americana’ Netflix event – a visual experience branded a ‘raw and emotionally revealing look’ at the singer ‘during a transformational period in her life.’
Addressing thoughts of motherhood to that 2009 Kanye West incident, her alliance with the LGBTQ+ community, and so much more, the special unveiled a candid look at the Grammy winner who – as of late – has been more vocal than ever about her life as it relates to her artistry (see: battle with Scooter Braun).
The reward for her candor? Further chart domination for titles that already did their fair share of damage respectively on the Billboard 200 over the last decade.
As of time reported, all 7 of Swift’s albums have re-entered the iTunes album sales chart thanks to exposure content from the respective sets received on the ‘Miss Americana’ documentary (2 in the top 20).
While her most recent project – 2019’s ‘Lover’ – is being held at bay from the top spot by Lil Wayne‘s latest effort, ‘Funeral,’ ‘Americana’ still managed to birth an iTunes sales chart #1 courtesy of the new song, ‘Only the Young’ (click here to listen).
We expect to see the impact of these sales boosts on next week’s Billboard 200.
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