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Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' becomes the highest selling album of 2017
  Friday 17 November, 2017
Taylor Swift\'s \'Reputation\' becomes the highest selling album of 2017

Taylor Swift's album 'Reputation', that released on November 10 has broken all records by selling 1.05 million copies in the initial four days of release.

According to Billboard, Ed Sheeran held the record of best selling album, with 919,000 copies before it was broken by the "Bad Blood" singer.

This is Swift's fourth album that sold a million copies within a week. Swift is also the only artiste that has three different albums that sold million units within a week since 1991.

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