Taylor Swift has done it again.
The 28-year-old singer’s album reputation was named as Billboard 200’s Top Album of the Year, marking the third time the international superstar has achieved the honor.
The only performer to ever win it three times was Adele, who did it in 2015 with her album 25, and in both 2011 and 2012 with her album 21.
The singer-songwriter had previously done so with her record 1989, which included the hits Shake It Off and Bad Blood, in 2015; and in 2009 with Fearless, which included tracks such as Love Story and White Horse.
The Billboard 200 calendar begins in early December of a given year; the Grammy-winner first released the record November 10, 2017 at which time it debuted in the top spot, and remained there for the next three weeks.
The album – buoyed by a stream of hits such as the debut single Look What You Made Me Do, …Ready for It?, End Game and New Year’s Day – remained in the top 40 spots for about eight months.
Other records to round out the top five were Drake’s Scorpion, Post Malone’s beerbongs & bentleys, The Greatest Showman soundtrack and Ed Sheeran’s ÷ (Divide).