Taylor Swift Charts All 21 Songs From ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ on the Hot 100

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Taylor Swift returns with another massive week on Billboard’s charts (dated Nov. 11), as all 21 songs from the standard edition of her latest re-recorded album, 1989 (Taylor’s Version), land on the latest Billboard Hot 100.

The set debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, her 13th leader, with 1.653 million equivalent album units earned in its opening week (Oct. 27-Nov. 2), according to Luminate. That’s not only the largest one-week total of 2023, but the biggest week for any album since the opening week of Adele’s 25 in November 2015 (3.482 million). Of the new set’s 1.653 million units, 1.359 million are from album sales, marking Swift’s largest sales week for a title to date.

Of Swift’s 22 total entries on the Hot 100 – all 21 from the new set, plus “Cruel Summer” (which falls to No. 6 after two weeks at No. 1) – 19 debut and two re-enter: “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” and “This Love (Taylor’s Version),” at Nos. 20 and 43, respectively, both new highs. Her re-recorded “Wildest Dreams” charted for one week at No. 37 in October 2021, after it appeared in the trailer for the 2021 DreamWorks Animation film Spirit Untamed, while the new version of “This Love” spent one frame, at No. 50, on the chart in May 2022, after its appearance in the trailer for the Amazon Prime Video series The Summer I Turned Pretty.

Here’s a look at all of Swift’s songs on the Nov. 11-dated Hot 100, all of which are debuts except where noted.

Taylor Swift on the Nov. 11-dated Hot 100:

No. 1, “Is It Over Now? (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)”

No. 2, “Now That We Don’t Talk (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)”

No. 3, “Slut! (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)”

No. 5, “Say Don’t Go (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)”

No. 6, “Cruel Summer” (down after two weeks at No. 1)

No. 7, “Bad Blood (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 9, “Style (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 10, “Suburban Legends (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)”

No. 12, “Blank Space (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 14, “Welcome to New York (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 16, “Out of the Woods (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 19, “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)” (re-entry; new peak)

No. 20, “All You Had to Do Was Stay (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 28, “Shake It Off (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 29, “New Romantics (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 30, “Clean (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 31, “I Wish You Would (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 36, “I Know Places (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 39, “Wonderland (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 40, “How You Get the Girl (Taylor’s Version)”

No. 42, “This Love (Taylor’s Version)” (re-entry; new peak)

No. 43, “You Are in Love (Taylor’s Version)”

With 18 debuts, Swift brings her total to 230 Hot 100 hits in her career, the second-most after Drake’s 321. She also ups her counts to 31 top five hits (passing The Beatles, Mariah Carey and Madonna for the second-most after Drake’s 41); 49 top 10s (second after Drake’s 76); 85 top 20 titles (second after Drake’s 132); and 137 top 40 entries (second after Drake’s 199).

Meanwhile, this is just the fourth week in which an artist has tallied at least eight songs in the Hot 100’s top 10 simultaneously. Here’s a look at every such instance.

Most Simultaneous Entries in the Hot 100’s Top 10:

10, Taylor Swift, chart dated Nov. 5, 2022

9, Drake, Sept. 18, 2021

8, Drake, Nov. 19, 2022

8, Taylor Swift, Nov. 11, 2023

As “Is It Over Now? (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)” debuts at No. 1, Swift ups her total to 11 career Hot 100 No. 1s, breaking out of a tie with Janet Jackson and Stevie Wonder to tie Whitney Houston for the eighth-most of all time (dating to the chart’s 1958 start). The Beatles lead all acts with 20 No. 1s, followed by Mariah Carey (19), Rihanna (14), Drake (13), Michael Jackson (13) and Madonna (12) and The Supremes (12).

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