Pop star dominates the Top 10

Taylor Swift scores one of the most historic weeks in the 64-year history of the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, as she becomes the first artist to claim the survey’s entire top 10 in a single frame. Leading the way for Swift on the Hot 100, “Anti-Hero” launches at No. 1, marking her ninth career leader. Swift now claims 13 of the top 15 spots on the chart with the entire standard version of Midnights as “Lavendar Haze,” “Maroon,” “Snow on the Beach” featuring Lana Del Rey, “Midnight Rain,” “Bejeweled,” “Question,” “You’re On Your Own Kid,” “Karma” and “Vigilante Shit” round out the top 10.

All 10 songs in the Hot 100’s top tier are from Swift’s 10th studio record, which, released October 21st on Republic Records, blasts in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with the biggest week for any release in seven years. Meanwhile, as Swift adds 10 new Hot 100 top 10s, she now boasts the most top 10s among women in the chart’s history, with 40. Plus, Midnights becomes the first album ever with as many as 10 Hot 100 top 10s.

Taylor Swift’s Midnights landed as the biggest album of the decade and biggest debut of her career with nearly 1.6 million total consumption in the US and three million worldwide. Midnights earned over one million US pure album sales in one week, the first album to achieve this since her own Reputation in 2017. Midnights also broke the record for biggest vinyl sales week for any album ever and surpassed one billion global album streams in under one week, a new career high.

The album also shattered many records on streaming platforms, many less than 24 hours of release. Midnights breaks record for biggest first week global Spotify streams for any album in five days of release. It has also achieved the biggest first week global streams for any album in Amazon Music history, breaks the all-time record for most single day streams for an artist catalog in global Spotify history with 228 million and becomes the most streamed female artist in Spotify history as she’s the first to cross 35 billion across all credits.