Kelly Clarkson scores ninth top 10 album with ‘Chemistry’

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Kelly Clarkson has good Chemistry on the charts.

The Emmy and Grammy-winning star has grabbed her ninth top 10 album, as Chemistry debuts at number six on the Billboard 200.  It’s her first album of non-Christmas songs since 2017’s Meaning of Life.

Billboard notes that Kelly has now officially been on the Top 200 Albums chart for 20 years: Her debut album, Thankful, entered the chart at number one back in May of 2003.

Meanwhile, Morgan Wallen‘s One Thing at a Time has now racked up a 15th non-consecutive week at number one.  It’s spent more time on top than any album since Adele‘s 21, which spent 24 weeks overall on top back in 2011 and 2012.


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