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Toby Keith Posthumously Returns to No. 1 on Billboard 200 With ’35 Biggest Hits’ Album

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Thania Garcia Toby Keith has posthumously earned his fifth No. 1 album, topping the Billboard 200 list (dated Feb. 17) with his nearly 16-year-old greatest hits compilation.

Including folk and country singles like “Who’s Your Daddy?,” and the Willie Nelson-featuring “Beer for My Horses,” Keith’s “35 Biggest Hits” just barely managed to take the No.

1 slot this week from Morgan Wallen’s “One Thing at a Time.” The latter, also a country album, has topped the chart for 18 nonconsecutive weeks since its release in March 2023. “One Thing” garnered 65,000 album units this week while Keith’s compilation album logged the equivalent of 66,000 units, including 64 million streams and 11,000 copies sold, according to data provided by Luminate.

The country superstar, 62, died on Feb. 5 after battling stomach cancer, a diagnosis he first shared with the world in June 2022. “He fought his fight with grace and courage,” the confirmation statement uploaded to his website and social media reads.

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