All 18 Songs From Taylor Swift’s “Lover” Album Have Charted
The singer sets a new record for most simultaneous entries on the Hot 100 by a female artist
All 18 songs from Taylor Swift’s recently released Lover have made their way onto the Billboard Hot 100 chart, setting a new record for simultaneous Hot 100 entries by a female artist. (Billie Eilish previously held that distinction when 14 of her songs charted the week of April 13.)
As Billboard reports, three Lover tracks (“You Need to Calm Down,” “Lover” and “ME!”) continue their run, while “The Archer” re-enters and the album’s 14 other songs make their debut on the chart — giving Swift a total of 95 career entries on the Hot 100.
Drake holds the all-time record for most Hot 100 hits in a single week. A whopping 27 of his songs charted during the week of July 14, 2018, after he released Scorpion.
By landing all 18 tracks on the chart, Swift also sets a new personal best for most simultaneous entries. She previously had 11 songs on the chart at once during the week of Nov. 13, 2010, after the release of her album Speak Now.
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