Taylor Swift released her self-titled debut album on Oct. Since then, she's gone from country superstar to pop world monolith, making chart history in the process, all the way through her seventh studio album, Lover , released in August Taylor Swift's Biggest Billboard Hits chart is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot , through the July 25, , ranking. Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, certain eras are weighted to account for different chart turnover rates over various periods. Swift's evolution from country to pop was especially evident in this collaboration. The song debuted at its No.
Not only that, but she has three Number 1 albums under her belt too. And there's more to come! Taylor's new album Lover is released on August 23 — while we wait to see how that fares, Official Charts reveals her biggest hits so far, based on sales and streams. The track reached Number 21 on the Official Singles Chart, its chart chances hampered in part by that decision to keep her music off streaming services it fared much better in the US where it peaked at 6.
Look what you made us do. From her debut album to Folklore , Taylor Swift has been churning out hit after hit for years. To celebrate, commemorate, and launch ourselves into the most heated debate of the last decade, EW put the following to a vote: Which song is the best on every Taylor Swift album? Everyone on staff had their favorites, but in the end there could only be eight winners. Click through to find out the results and feel the magic we've been feeling since we first heard "Tim McGraw. Swift's long gone Nashville twang is front and center and the vibe is more reminiscent of the kind of Swift that makes you roll down the windows and sing at the top of your lungs, bystanders be damned.
One of them is a massive, multimillion-dollar enterprise filled with violence and betrayal, and the other aired on HBO. For more than a decade , a year-old woman from Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, has found herself at the center of our national conversations about race, gender, celebrity, victimhood, and even the intricacies of recording contract law. And, outside the legions of fans who eat up everything she puts out, no take on her ever stays solid for long. She was a precocious teenager, and the ultimate embodiment of white privilege. Swift — or at least the version of Swift on her albums — has remained largely the same person since her debut: a thin-skinned, bighearted obsessive, with a penchant for huge romantic moments. On her first five albums, her characters never eased into a relationship. This aspect of her songwriting matured somewhat with the coming of the Joe Alwyn era, as the love stories got slightly more quotidian, but even those were filled with secret affairs begun in dark bars — a mite more dramatic than Netflix and chill.