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Taylor Swift Charts 16 Songs From 'Folklore' on Billboard Hot 100

Taylor Swift
Beth Garrabrant

Taylor Swift

All the songs on the set's standard edition debut.

As Taylor Swift's "Cardigan" launches at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, all 16 songs on the standard edition of parent album Folklore debut on the chart (dated Aug. 8).

Folklore soars in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with 846,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, as Swift becomes the first artist ever to debut at No. 1 on both the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 in the same week.

Swift sets a new high among women for the most simultaneous Hot 100 debuts with her 16 new entries, breaking her own record: 14 songs of hers debuted on Sept. 7, 2019, when her prior LP Lover launched atop the Billboard 200.  Among all acts, Drake (July 14, 2018) and Lil Wayne (Oct. 13, 2018) share the mark with 22 entrances each in a single week.

Here's a look at Swift's 16 songs on the latest Hot 100, all from Folklore and all of which debut:

No. 1, "Cardigan"
No. 4, "The 1"
No. 6, "Exile," feat. Bon Iver
No. 13, "The Last Great American Dynasty"
No. 16, "My Tears Riccochet"
No. 23, "August"
No. 26, "Mirrorball"
No. 35, "Seven"
No. 36, "Invisible String"
No. 39, "This Is Me Trying"
No. 42, "Betty"
No. 44, "Illicit Affairs"
No. 47, "Mad Woman"
No. 57, "Epiphany"
No. 58, "Peace"
No. 71, "Hoax"

Folklore is Swift's second consecutive album whose standard version has fully infused the Hot 100: 18 songs from Lover (including 14 debuts, as noted above) charted on the Hot 100 dated Sept. 7, 2019.

In addition to the 16 songs on the standard edition of Folklore, its deluxe "In the Trees" cassette, CD and vinyl versions include a bonus track, "The Lakes."

All charts dated Aug. 8 will update tomorrow (Aug. 4) on