2020 Grammys

All 18 Songs From Taylor Swift's New Album 'Lover' Chart On the Billboard Hot 100

Swift rewrites the record for the most simultaneous Hot 100 entries for a female artist.

Taylor Swift charts all 18 songs from her new album Lover on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Sept. 7).

While three songs continue their chart runs and one re-enters, 14 debut, pushing her total to 95 career entries.

With her haul, Swift rewrites the record for the most simultaneous charted Hot 100 titles among women, as her 18 songs pass the 14 that Billie Eilish tallied on April 13, the week that Eilish's album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? bowed atop the Billboard 200. Among all acts, Drake has charted the most Hot 100 hits in a single week: 27, on July 14, 2018, when his album Scorpion started at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

As previously reported, Swift's Lover launches at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 867,000 equivalent album units (679,000 in album sales), according to Nielsen Music.

Here's a look at Swift's 18 songs on the latest Hot 100; all are debuts except where noted:

No. 4, "You Need to Calm Down" (up from No. 14; peaked at No. 2, June 29)
No. 10, "Lover" (up from No. 19, new peak)
No. 11, "ME!," feat. Brendon Urie (up from No. 58; peaked at No. 2, May 11)
No. 23, "The Man"
No. 28, "I Forgot That You Existed"
No. 29, "Cruel Summer"
No. 38, "The Archer" (re-entry; new peak)
No. 45, "Paper Rings"
No. 49, "Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince"
No. 51, "I Think He Knows"
No. 57, "Cornelia Street"
No. 62, "London Boy"
No. 63, "Soon You'll Get Better," feat. Dixie Chicks
No. 67, "Death by a Thousand Cuts"
No. 75, "Afterglow"
No. 77, "False God"
No. 89, "Daylight"
No. 92, "It's Nice to Have a Friend"

Swift's 18 simultaneous Hot 100 entries surpass her prior-best 11 that she charted on the list dated Nov. 13, 2010, when her album Speak Now opened atop the Billboard 200. Likewise, her 14 Hot 100 debuts mark a new personal high, topping her 10 arrivals concurrent with the chart start of Speak Now.

Swift triples the Hot 100 output of her album prior to Lover, as six songs total charted from her 2017 set Reputation.

Now with 95 career Hot 100 appearances, Swift ties Chris Brown for the eighth-most in the chart's 61-year history. Among women, Swift trails only Nicki Minaj (104). The Glee Cast leads all acts with 207 entries, with runner-up Drake closing in on the mark (204).

All charts dated Sept. 7 will update tomorrow (Sept. 4) on Billboard.com.

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