Eight months since its release, after many loud premiers of trendy stars of the new generation, Eminem’s most recent album is holding its ground as one of the best selling albums of the year in the US.

The list of 10 records with the biggest numbers of sales was reshaped recently after Taylor Swift and Juice WRLD had entered it triumphantly. Marshall has been moved to the bottom spot of the list and any new introduction to Top 10 will result in him leaving the chart.

Best selling pure albums in the US this year (album sales numbers provided by HitsdDailyDouble Top 50 albums Year-to-Date activity):

1. Taylor Swift “folklore” 880,000
2. BTS “MAP OF THE SOUL: 7” 645,100
3. The Weeknd “After Hours” 490,400
4. Lady Gaga “Chromatica” 326,800
5. Juice WRLD “Legends Never Die” 289,900
6. Halsey “MANIC” 300,800
7. Kenny Chesney “Here and Now”
8. NCT 127 “Neo Zone – The 2nd Album”
9. Billie Eilish “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” 266,400
10. Eminem “Music to Be Murdered By” 259,000