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LOOK: Morgan Wallen's Billboard Chart Domination Continues With Yet Another Record Breaking Milestone

Updated: Mar 12

The Tennessee native once again showcases his genre dominance.

Credit: Matt Paksert

For anyone who thought the Morgan Wallen hype would go away, well think again. As of yesterday March 10th, Morgan Wallen’s 2023 album ‘One Thing At A Time’ became longest-running #1 county album of all time on the Billboard 200 charts.

According to Billboard, with this new record, Wallen now surpasses Garth Brooks' "Ropin' the Wind" for the most weeks at No. 1 among country albums at 19 non consecutive weeks.

It really comes as no surprise. The double album includes the smash hit "Last Night," among others. The record-breaking project dominated in 2023. One Thing at a Time debuted atop the chart dated March 18, 2023, and spent its first 12 weeks at No. 1 through early June. 

According to a recent article in Billboard, during the album’s 53 weeks on the list, it never dipped below No. 6. Not to mention, the album finished 2023 as both the No. 1 year-end Billboard 200 album and Luminate’s year-end top album.

With this massive achievement, Wallen joins the likes of Fleetwood Mac and Michael Jackson who are among the only 12 albums who have reached his mark since the charts' inception in March 1956.

Most Weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200:

Weeks at No. 1, Title, Artist, Year(s)

54, West Side Story, soundtrack, 1962-63)

37, Thriller, Michael Jackson, 1983-84

31, Rumours, Fleetwood Mac, 1977

31, South Pacific, soundtrack, 1958-59

31, Calypso, Harry Belafonte, 1956-57

24, 21, Adele, 2011-12

24, Purple Rain, soundtrack, Prince and The Revolution, 1984-85

24, Saturday Night Fever, soundtrack, 1978

21, Please Hammer Don’t Hurt ‘Em, M.C. Hammer, 1990

20, The Bodyguard, Whitney Houston/soundtrack, 1992-93

20, Blue Hawaii, Elvis Presley/soundtrack, 1961-62

19, One Thing at a Time, Morgan Wallen, 2023-24


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