Rihanna's 'Anti' Album Sets a Record on the Billboard 200 Chart

"Anti" is considered one of the most successful projects of the millennium, having sold 11 million copies to date.

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We are thrilled to announce that Rihanna's critically acclaimed album "Anti" has officially achieved an incredible milestone.

Seven years after its initial release, "Anti" has reached the #84 spot on the Billboard 200 - a remarkable 351 weeks after its initial debut at #27.

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This marks the longest stay of any album by a Black female performer in the history of the Billboard 200.

Not only that, but "Anti" is currently listed as one of the best-performing projects of the millennium, with 11 million copies sold to date.

This news comes just as the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) announced upgraded certifications for the album's hit songs including "Work," "Desperado," "Needed Me," and "Love on the Brain."

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This extends "Anti"'s reign as one of the longest-running albums in the history of the Billboard 200 among all women, with only Adele's "21" (547 weeks), Lana Del Rey's "Born To Die" (467), and Taylor Swift's "1989" (423 weeks), having accumulated more time on the tally.

Congratulations to Rihanna for this outstanding achievement!

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