Here’s Every album that Hit No. 1 on The Billboard 200 in 2020


In 2020, 32 different albums officially hit No.1 on the Billboard 200 –  which the Bay Radio station had the pleasure of featuring some of – but only seven artists managed to stay on top for more than a week – including, Roddy Rich, Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, The Weeknd, Juice WRLD, Taylor Swift (twice), and Ariana Grande!

Bagging a No. 1 album is obviously one of the biggest achievements in today’s music world, so here’s all of this year’s albums that managed to make their way to the top spot…


Harry Styles’ Fine Line


Harry Styles - Fine Line - Music


Not only did the album debut in 2019 at No. 1, but it kicked off 2020 on top of the chart too for its second straight week – guess you can say it’s truly a Golden album…


JackBoys by Travis Scott




This album was Scott’s compilation project with his label maters and debuted at No.1 on January 11th, 2020.



Roddy Rich’s Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial


Roddy Rich Releases Debut Studio Album 'Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial'


Rich’s 2019 debut album made its way back to the top spot on the chart on January 18th, 2020 (for its second non-consecutive week). It spent another two non-consecutive weeks in February and spent a total of four weeks on No.1.


Selena Gomez’s Rare


Selena Gomez - Rare - mxdwn Music


Yet another album that debuted on top of the chart on January 25th, Rare marked Selena’s third No. 1 album!



Eminem’s Music to Be Murdered By


Music to Be Murdered By - Wikipedia


Also debuted on top of the chart on February 1st, historically marking Eminem’s 10th top spot album!


Lil Wayne’s Funeral


Funeral (Lil Wayne album) - Wikipedia


Again, also debuted on top on February 15th AND was his fifth No. 1 album.



Justin Bieber’s Changes


Intentions by Justin Bieber Quavo... in 2020 | Cool album covers, Justin bieber new album, Justin bieber songs


This album made it to the top of the chart on February 29th, marking Bieber’s seventh No. 1 album.


BTS’ Map of the Soul: 7


BTS - Map Of The Soul 7 (Version 3) - Music


BTS’ fourth No. 1 album debuted at the top on March 7th.



Lil Baby’s My Turn


My Turn (Lil Baby album) - Wikipedia


His sophomore album debuted as No. 1 on March 14th, and returned to the top in June for four consecutive weeks – making it this year’s longest leader at the time, totalling at five weeks.


Lil Uzi Vert’s Eternal Atake


Eternal Atake - Wikipedia


Debuted on top on March 21st, making this his second No. 1 album, and remained at the top for a second consecutive week.



The Weeknd’s After Hours


After Hours (Weeknd) - Exotique


This album debuted as No. 1 on April 4th and remained on top for an entire month. It was The Weeknd’s fourth studio album and the first album to notch four consecutive weeks at No. 1!


DaBaby’s Blame It on Baby


DaBaby: Blame It on Baby Album Review | Pitchfork


Again, debuted on top on May 2nd and marked DaBaby’s second No.1 album.


YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s 38 Baby 2


YoungBoy Never Broke Again - 38 Baby 2 Lyrics and Tracklist | Genius


Debuted on top on May 9th, marking his second No. 1 project.


Kenney Chesney’s Here and Now


Kenny Chesney - Here And Now - Music



Chesney’s ninth top album debuted at No.1 on May 16th



Nav’s Good Intentions


Good Intentions (album) - Wikipedia


Debuted on top of the chart on May 23rd, marking his second No.1 project.



Future’s High Off Life


High Off Life - Wikipedia


Marking his seventh No.1 album, this debuted on top on May 30th


Gunna’s Wunna


Gunna: Wunna Album Review | Pitchfork


Debuting on top on June 6th, this marked his first-ever No.1 album



Lady Gaga’s Chromatica


Lady Gaga's Chromatica Dances Through the Pain and Trauma | Review | Consequence of Sound


Debuting on top on June 13th, this marked Lady Gaga’s sixth No. 1 album


Pop Smoke’s Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon


Pop Smoke: Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon Album Review | Pitchfork


Debuting on top on July 18th, this was his first-ever No.1 album. Unfortunately, the rapper was killed during a home invasion in February.



Taylor Swift’s Folklore


Folklore (Taylor Swift album) - Wikipedia


Swift’s seventh No.1 album, this album debuted on August 8th. The album reigned at No. 1 for six straight weeks and was the longest stretch for a No. 1 album since Drake’s “Views” in 2016. It returned again in late October for the eighth week. Swift is now the only female artist in history with 48 cumulative weeks at No. 1.



Big Sean’s Detroit 2


Big Sean Rediscovers Himself on Detroit 2 | Review | Consequence of Sound


Debuted on top on September 19th, this marked Big Sean’s third No. 1


Machine Gun Kelly’s Tickets to My Downfall


ALBUM REVIEW: Machine Gun Kelly - Tickets to My Downfall | Ghost Cult MagazineGhost Cult Magazine


Debuting on top on October 10th, marking MGK’s first-ever No.1 album.



21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s Savage Mode II


21 Savage / Metro Boomin: Savage Mode 2 Album Review | Pitchfork


Debuted on October 17th, this album became the second No. 1 album for both artists.


Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get


What You See Is What You Get (Luke Combs album) - Wikipedia


Originally debuted in 2019, it returned to the top spot on November 7th after Combs reissued a deluxe edition.


Ariana Grande’s Positions


Ariana Grande's Positions: Album 'solid but doesn't sparkle' say critics - BBC News


Debuted on top on November 14th, marking Ari’s fifth No. 1 album and third in just two years! That’s the fastest accumulation of three chart-topping studio albums ever by a female artist.



AC/DC’s Power Up


AC/DC - Pwr Up (Target Exclusive, Vinyl) : Target


Debuted on November 28th and marked the band’s third No. 1 album!




Album: BTS - Be


Debuted on top on December 5th, marking their fifth No. 1 album and second in 2020 alone.



Bad Bunny’s El Ultimo Tour del Mundo


The Best Tracks on Bad Bunny's "El Último Tour Del Mundo" - PAPER


Debuted on top on December 12th, making this his second top-five album in 2020 alone and beating his own record for the highest-charting all-Spanish-language album ever, set when “YHLQMDLG” peaked at No. 2 in March. This is the first all-Spanish-language album to reach No. 1 in the 64-year history of the Billboard 200.


Shawn Mendes’ Wonder


Wonder (Shawn Mendes album) - Wikipedia


Mendes’ album debuted at No. 1 on December 19th, marking his fourth No. 1 album.



Taylor Swift’s Evermore


Evermore (Taylor Swift album) - Wikipedia


Debuted on top on December 26th, marking her eight No. 1 album and second in 2020 alone! Swift became the first woman in history to have two albums in the top three of the Billboard 200 in the same week. She also set the record for the shortest gap in between No. 1 albums for a female artist, with just four months and 18 days separating the “Folklore” and “Evermore” debuts.