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With so much time spent at home this year, it's safe to say we've all been listening to more music than usual. Luckily, 2020 brought us some incredible albums! We're sharing the best-selling albums of the year, according to Billboard's 'Year End Charts.'

The Weeknd's 'After Hours'

Republic Records

Coming in at #4...The Weeknd's 'After Hours.' Released in March 2020, this was the singer's fourth studio album. 'After Hours' featured countless catchy tunes, including hit single 'Blinding Lights.'

BTS' 'Map of the Soul: 7'

Big Hit Entertainment

#3...In February 2020, BTS released their fourth Korean-language studio album, 'Map of the Soul: 7.' The album is a followup to their 2019 extended play 'Map of the Soul: Persona.' The new album features five hits songs from it.

Harry Styles' 'Fine Line'

Columbia Records

#2...In December 2019, Harry Styles released his hit album 'Fine Line.' The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, and continued its success throughout 2020. This made Styles the first British male artist to debut at number one with his first two albums.

Taylor Swift's 'Folklore'

Universal Music

And finally, at #1... 'Folklore' by Taylor Swift. Swift released 'Folklore' in July 2020 as her eighth studio album. This came less than a year after her album 'Lover.'

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