January 28, 2023


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Taylor Swift sets new chart records.

RECORD WOMAN: Taylor Swift continues to set new chart records in the United States.

The 33-year-old is the first solo artist to top the US radio charts for three consecutive decades.


This week, “Anti-Hero” hit the top spot on the Billboard radio charts, writes the industry magazine on their websites.

Thus, Swift managed to top the same charts in 2000, 2010, and 2020. No solo artist has done this before her. Admittedly, Christina Aguilera has also had senior positions in three different decades, but not alone.

Aguilera reached her solo peak with “Genie In A Bottle” in 1999, but she made “Lady Marmalade” in 2001 with Lil’ Kim, Mya, and P! nk, while Maroon 5 was the lead artist on “Moves Like Jagger” in 2011.

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Taylor Swift now has a total of seven top positions on the US radio charts. In all, it has been at number one for 24 weeks now. But she has a long way to go to equal Rihanna, who earned 13 No. 1 spots. Mariah Carey has 11, while Bruno Mars is listed with nine first places.

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However, this week’s record isn’t the first milestone Taylor Swift has reached this fall and winter. When her new record “Midnights” came out in October, she easily got into the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, i.e. the official singles list in the United States.

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Thus, it surpasses Drake, who had nine songs in the top ten in September 2021, and takes the record here, too.

Thus, it probably goes without saying that the “Midnights” record went straight to the top of the album chart, in fact with the largest single-week sales in seven years, according to Billboard.