Taylor Swift’s ‘is It Over Now?’ at No. 1 and Seven Additional Songs in the Top 10 Dominate the Hot 100



Taylor Swift has much more in store. After the release of her most recent single, “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” Swift’s “Is It Over Now?” is her third No. 1 of the year, propelling her to eight positions on Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart.

Prior to this week, the position was occupied by her own “Cruel Summer,” which peaked at No. 6 despite being released four years ago. This is just one of numerous astounding statistics associated with Taylor Swift’s decades-long discography, which is currently occupying significant space on Billboard’s listings due to the theatrical success of “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” and reissues of “Speak Now” and “1989.” In New York City, Taylor Swift Goes Out With Brittany Mahomes, Selena Gomez, Sophie Turner, and More


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This week, the latter album achieves the highest position on the Billboard 200 with 1.653 million equivalent album units. This surpasses the artist’s previous personal high of 1.578 million for “Midnights.” As a vault track from “1989,” “Is It Over Now? (Taylor’s Version)” was composed during the recording sessions that preceded the album’s 2014 release.

In its debut week, it tops the Hot 100 with 32 million streams and 5,000 units sold. Luminate data indicates that the single received 4.7 million radio impressions during its run on the radio. Taylor Swift Wears a Loose Rugby Top and Knee-high Boots Without Pants, Looking Very Preppy!


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“Slut!” and “Now That We Don’t Talk” are additional singles from “From The Vault” that peaked at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, and have around 27 million streams. Swift also appears with “Say Don’t Go,” “Bad Blood,” “Style,” and “Suburban Legends,” which peaked at No. 5, 7, 9, and 10, respectively. See What Ed Kelce Said About His Son Travis’ and Taylor Swift’s Budding Romance! Also Shared His Favorite Taylor’s Song!

Doja Cat and SZA are the sole artists who hold their stake in the wake of Swift’s takeover. While beginning her first arena tour this week, Doja Cat also has her former chart-topping single “Paint the Town Red” debut at No. 4 in the United States. “Snooze,” a single from SZA’s 2022 “SOS” album, is currently ranked No. 8.