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Billboard 200: Morgan Wallen, Rod Wave, and Olivia Rodrigo Lead the Charts

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The latest Billboard 200 albums chart, dated October 14, is out, and it’s time to dive into the top 10 albums of the week.

10. Peso PlumaGénesis

Génesis, which soared to No. 3 on the Billboard 200 this summer, is proving its staying power by holding a top 10 spot in October.

9. Doja CatScarlet

Scarlet made a grand entrance, debuting at No. 2. However, it saw a significant decline in its second week, slipping down to No. 9.

8. Taylor SwiftMidnights

Taylor Swift remains a chart powerhouse with “Midnights.” The album, released about a year ago, stands strong within the top 10 in 2023.

7. Travis Scott Utopia

“Utopia” is riding high on the charts, a promising sign for Travis Scott’s upcoming Circus Maximus tour, set to kick off in a few days.


While fans await a special deluxe edition of “SOS,” the base project continues to hold its ground at No. 6, maintaining its position from last week.

5. Zach Bryan Zach Bryan

Zach Bryan made a splash with a surprise EP, but it’s his eponymous album that’s dominating the charts. The former No. 1 maintains its presence at No. 5 this week.

4. Ed SheeranAutumn Variations

Ed Sheeran makes the highest debut of the week with his new album, marking his seventh top-10 album on the Billboard 200. Impressively, all of his albums have debuted in the top 5.

3. Olivia RodrigoGuts

Olivia Rodrigo’s “Guts” may have had the silver medal last week, but it’s still shining brightly on the Billboard 200, securing the bronze position this week.

2. Rod WaveNostalgia

Rod Wave’s “Nostalgia” may have relinquished the No. 1 spot, but it’s holding firm at No. 2 in its third week on the chart.

1. Morgan WallenOne Thing At A Time

Morgan Wallen continues his chart domination, as “One Thing At A Time” reclaims the No. 1 spot this week after holding the No. 3 position last week. This marks the 16th total week at the top for Wallen.

These rankings reflect the artists’ significant impact on the charts, and it’s evident that their music continues to resonate with audiences.