Taylor Swift earned a 10 out of 10 by becoming the first artist in history to claim the top 10 spots on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with tracks from her new record “Midnights.”
Billboard reported Monday that Swift had passed Drake, who held the previous record with nine top 10 songs for one week in September 2021.
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“10 out of 10 on the Hot 100??? On my 10th album??? I’m in shambles,” the pop star tweeted on Monday.
The new album was released on October 21 with both a 13-track standard version and a deluxe version with seven more bonus tracks. It had one of the biggest album launches in almost seven years. Billboard also reported that Swift is now tied to Barbra Streisand for female artist with the most No. 1 albums.
The top spot goes to “Anti-Hero,” whose lyrics “It’s me/hi/I’m the problem/It’s me” quickly became a TikTok trend. Other top 10 songs include “Lavender Haze”, “Maroon”, “Snow on the Beach”, “Midnight Rain”, “Bejeweled” and “Question…?”
Figures are for the week of October 21 to October 21. 27.
Fresh off of one of her biggest album launches of her career, Swift has announced a new US stadium tour starting in 2023, with international dates to follow.
The 27-date Eras Tour kicks off March 18 in Glendale, Arizona, and concludes with two nights in Los Angeles on August 4 and 5 at SoFi Stadium. Tour openers will include Paramore, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, girl in red, MUNA, HAIM, Gayle, Gracie Abrams and OWENN.
“I can’t wait to see your beautiful faces there. It’s been a long time coming,” Swift said on Instagram, describing the tour as “a journey through the musical eras of my career (past and present!) “.
Fans who receive a special code after registering will have exclusive access to purchase tickets on November 15. The rest of the public will be able to get tickets from November 18.
The tour will touch down at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas; Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta; Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia; Soldier Field in Chicago; Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts; and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, among others.