Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’ occupies entire Billboard Top 10 singles chart


Songs from Taylor Swift’s new album Midnights occupied the entire top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 on Monday, making her the first artist in chart history to do so, as Midnights racked up several groundbreaking accolades for the artist.

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Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 Singles
  1. “Anti-Hero,” Taylor Swift
  2. “Lavender Haze,” Taylor Swift
  3. “Maroon,” Taylor Swift
  4. “Snow On The Beach,” Taylor Swift feat. Lana Del Rey
  5. “Midnight Rain,” Taylor Swift
  6. “Bejeweled,” Taylor Swift
  7. “Question…?,” Taylor Swift
  8. “You’re On Your Own, Kid,” Taylor Swift
  9. “Karma,” Taylor Swift
  10. “Vigilante Shit,” Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift’s No. 1 Album Debuts
  1. Midnights (2022), 1.578 million equivalent album units
  2. 1989 (2014), 1.287 million copies sold
  3. Reputation (2017), 1.238 million equivalent album units
  4. Red (2012), 1.208 million copies sold
  5. Speak Now (2010), 1.047 million copies sold
  6. Lover (2019), 867,000 equivalent album units
  7. Folklore (2020), 846,000 equivalent album units
  8. Red (Taylor’s Version) (2021), 605,000 equivalent album units
  9. Fearless (2008), 592,000 copies sold
  10. Evermore (2020), 329,000 equivalent album units
  11. Fearless (Taylor’s Version) (2021), 291,000 equivalent album units
Billboard 200 Top 10 Albums
  1. Midnights, Taylor Swift
  2. It’s Only Me, Lil Baby
  3. Un Verano Sin Ti, Bad Bunny
  4. Dangerous: The Double Album, Morgan Wallen
  5. The Highlights, The Weeknd
  6. The Car, Arctic Monkeys
  7. Ma’ I Got a Family, YoungBoy Never Broke Again
  8. Harry’s House, Harry Styles
  9. Snofall, Jeezy and DJ Drama
  10. Renaissance, Beyoncé

Swift, 32, released her first album at age 16. It’s her only work that did not go No. 1 on the Billboard 200. She first announced Midnights in August while accepting an award at the MTV VMAs. It’s her sixth album released since 2019, including four new works and two re-releases of her masters. Swift, who is re-recording her first six albums after they were sold by Big Machine Records, has yet to release new versions of 1989, Reputation, Speak Now and Taylor Swift. It’s widely rumored Swift is going to embark on a stadium tour to promote Midnights and her more recent works. She hasn’t toured since releasing Reputation in 2017.

Forbes Valuation

We estimated Swift’s net worth at US$570 million in June, landing her at the No. 48 spot on Forbes’ list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women.

This article was first published on forbes.com

Further Reading

Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’: What We Know—And The Best Rumors—About Her New Album (Forbes)

Why The Internet Thinks Taylor Swift Will—Or Won’t—Perform At The Super Bowl Halftime Show (Forbes)