Taylor Swift released her 1989 version, and her 1989 version ranks #1 on Billboard‘s top 200 sales albums. Gets 1.6 million units and 3.5 million units worldwide on the Vinyl Albums and Top Streaming Albums charts this week.
Taylor Swift breaks her records
Taylor’s 1989 version left her entire songs behind, The 1989 version made a splash compared to all the Taylor songs. This album was successful in making its place among the biggest albums sold in 2023.
Taylor Swift’s album not only supersedes her previous albums but also surpasses Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), her new album.
Taylor’s 1989 version is the most trending topic this week, all the albums she released have ranked #1, #2, and #3.
Taylor Swift became the first female singer who made her record as a “female artist with most weeks at #1 on the Billboard 200″. Her 1989 version tied with Drake’s album #1 on the Billboard 200 This Century” with 13.
Taylor’s album became the most-sold album on ‘The #1 Best-Selling Artist of the Year in US Pure Album Sales’ and ‘#1 Best-Selling Artist of the Year in US Equivalent Album Units.’
Taylor’s 1989 version replaced her ‘Style (Taylor’s Version)’ at #1 on the Global Spotify Chart and became the longest-running #1 from the album.
Also, she achieved, ‘The Top 10 Biggest Debuts for Solo Songs by Female Artists in Global Spotify History.’
On Apple Music and iTunes, she has extended her record for ‘Most #1 Hits on US iTunes Among all Artists.’
Her album became #1 in Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK at the international album.
She achieved, ‘First and Only Female Artist to Log 11 UK #1 Albums in the 21st Century’ with the ‘Highest Streaming Debut for Any Artist in 2023’ and ‘Biggest Selling First Week of 2023’.
No doubt, Taylor made history. She takes the revolution of music once again.