Taylor Swift Breaks Record For Female Artists As Every “Lover” Track Appears On Billboard Hot 100

Taylor Swift occupies 18% of this week’s chart.

Taylor Swift in Lover video | Taylor Swift/UMG

As the album debuts at #1 on the Billboard 200, every track from Taylor Swift’s “Lover” secures a spot on the Hot 100 songs chart.

As previously reported, radio single “You Need To Calm Down” (#4) and title track “Lover” (#10) occupy Top 10 positions. Lead album single “ME! (featuring Brendon Urie)” takes #11.

The album’s top debut comes courtesy of “The Man,” which starts at #23. “I Forgot That You Existed” and “Cruel Summer” start at #28 and #29, respectively.

“The Archer” re-enters at #38, while “Paper Rings” (#45) and “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince” (#49) also make the Top 50.

Other entries include:

#51 – I Think He Knows
#57 – Corneila Street
#62 – London Boy
#63 – Soon You’ll Get Better ft. Dixie Chicks
#67 – Death By A Thousand Cuts
#75 – Afterglow
#77 – False God
#89 – Daylight
#92 – It’s Nice To Have A Friend

With 18 simultaneous Hot 100 hits, Swift breaks the all-time record for female artists. Billie Eilish set that record earlier this year with 14.

With 27 simultaneous entries in conjunction with last year’s “Scorpion” album launch, Drake holds the all-time record among all artists.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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