After just 19 weeks of release, Taylor Swift's 1989 has now outsold both of her last two albums.
(It seems the pop music thing is working out just fine for the diva, eh? 1989 is her first all-pop album after four country sets.)
1989 sold another 44,000 copies in the week ending March 8, according to Nielsen Music, lifting the title's total sales to 4.505 million. 1989 already surpassed the sales of Swift's last album, 2012's Red (4.160 million after 124 weeks), a few weeks ago, while 1989 now jumps past her earlier album, 2010's Speak Now (4.480 million after 228 weeks) in the latest tracking week.