The Beatles' White Album Returns to Top 10 on HipHopMagz 200 Chart


The former No. 1 revisits the highest 10 for the primary time since 1969, following the album’s 50th anniversary reissue.

The Beatles’ self-titled album, also known as the White Album, re-enters the Billboard 200 chart at No. 6 following its 50th anniversary reissue on Nov. 9. The set climbs again onto the tally with 63,000 items earned (up 1,499 p.c) within the week ending Nov. 15, in response to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 52,000 have been in conventional album gross sales (up 5,596 p.c).

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the preferred albums of the week within the U.S. primarily based on multi-metric consumption as measured in equal album items. Units are comprised of conventional album gross sales, observe equal albums (TEA) and streaming equal albums (SEA). The new Nov. 24-dated chart (the place the White Album re-enters at No. 6 and Kane Brown's Experiment debuts at No. 1) might be posted in full on Billboard's web sites on Tuesday, Nov. 20.

The White Album, first launched in 1968, was remastered and reissued in a wide range of codecs, together with some with a bevy of bonus tracks. The set spent 9 nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 between Dec. 28, 1968 and March 1, 1969. It’s one of many Beatles’ report 19 No. 1 albums on the tally.

Until this week, the White Album was final larger on the chart on March 29, 1969, when it ranked at No. 5 (the ultimate week within the prime 10 of its preliminary chart run).

The White Album contains such Beatles classics as "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da," "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" and "Blackbird."

The White Album isn’t the primary Beatles album to revisit the highest 10 a long time after its launch. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band additionally managed the feat, following its 50th anniversary reissue in 2017. The former No. 1 album re-entered the Billboard 200 at No. three on June 17, 2017 — practically 50 years after it bowed within the prime 10 (No. eight, June 24, 1967). The album racked up 15 consecutive weeks at No. 1 between July 1-Oct. 7, 1967.