Taylor Swift’s New Major Hit Breaks her Historic Tie with Rapper Lil Baby

The songs featured on Taylor Swift‘s highly anticipated album Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) are making significant moves on various Billboard charts as the album dominates the Billboard 200 chart. Swift’s devoted fanbase wasted no time in streaming the album on platforms such as Spotify and AppleAAPL +1.4% Music, propelling almost every track to the Streaming Songs chart, which ranks the most-streamed songs in the United States on a weekly basis. Swift has made history yet again with a string of new top 10 hits on this chart.

Swift’s career total placements in the competitive region now stands at an impressive 39 smashes as she scores five new top 10 hits on the Streaming Songs chart.

This latest string of victories breaks her tie with rapper Lil Baby, who previously held the same position as the pop star, with 34 top 10 hits on the Streaming Songs chart.

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Only Drake, the Canadian hip-hop powerhouse, surpasses them in terms of total number of placements inside the top 10 on this chart, reigning in an incredibly distant first place with a staggering 85 smashes to his name.

Swift’s name appears in sixth place on the Streaming Songs chart, despite the fact that she debuts five songs in the top ten. Her current single “Cruel Summer” drops to No. 10 as a wave of new material arrives.

Swift’s first single, “I Can See You (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault),” debuts at No. 2 on the Streaming Songs chart, trailing only Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night.” The singer has all of the following new appearances on the Streaming Songs chart: “Mine (Taylor’s Version)” (No. 6), “Back To December (Taylor’s Version)” (No. 7), “Enchanted (Taylor’s Version)” (No. 8), “Sparks Fly (Taylor’s Version)” (No. 9) and the aforementioned “Cruel Summer” at No. 10.

Swift currently holds the record for the most simultaneous hits by a female artist, with 22 spots on the 50-rung Streaming Songs chart. Surprisingly, she breaks her own record, having claimed 20 spots on the chart last year, raising the bar for female artists in the streaming era.


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