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Taylor Swift Sends All 15 Songs From ‘Evermore’ Onto Hot 100

Taylor Swift
Beth Garrabrant

Taylor Swift

She now has the fourth-most Hot 100 entries all-time.

Taylor Swift has yet another massive week on Billboard’s charts (dated Dec. 26), as all 15 songs from the standard edition of her new surprise LP Evermore debut on the latest Billboard Hot 100.

The album arrives atop the Billboard 200 with 329,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, marking Swift’s eighth No. 1.

The set’s lead single “Willow” launches at No. 1 on the Hot 100, earning Swift her seventh career leader.

Here’s a look at all 15 of Swift’s entries on the latest Hot 100, all of which are debuts from Evermore:

Rank, Title
No. 1, “Willow”
No. 21, “Champagne Problems”
No. 34, “No Body, No Crime,” feat. HAIM
No. 39, “ ’Tis The Damn Season”
No. 40, “Gold Rush”
No. 45, “Tolerate It”
No. 52, “Happiness”
No. 57, “Evermore,” feat. Bon Iver
No. 61, “Ivy”
No. 63, “Coney Island,” feat. The National
No. 67, “Dorothea”
No. 68, “Long Story Short”
No. 71, “Cowboy Like Me”
No. 75, “Marjorie”
No. 82, “Closure”

Thanks to “Willow” and Evermore, Swift becomes the first artist to have debuted a song and album at No. 1 on the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 in the same week twice. She became the first act to achieve the feat at all in August, thanks to the No. 1 arrivals of “Cardigan” and Folklore. BTS is the only other act to achieve the feat even once, with “Life Goes On” and Be (Dec. 5).

The 15 debuts on the Hot 100 brings Swift’s career total to 128 entries, dating to her first, “Tim McGraw,” in September 2006. She surpasses Nicki Minaj and Future for the fourth-most Hot 100-charting hits in the tally’s 62-year history, after Drake (228), Glee Cast (207) and Lil Wayne (170).

Of those 128 entries, 34 have appeared on the Hot 100 in 2020, the third-most among all artists this year, after Lil Uzi Vert (46) and Lil Baby (36).

Further, HAIM and The National both earn their first Hot 100 entries, thanks to their featured appearances on “No Body, No Crime” and “Coney Island,” respectively. The National’s Aaron Dessner produced Folklore and Evermore. (Jack Antonoff, who also produced multiple tracks on both albums, additionally produced HAIM’s latest album, Women in Music, Pt. III. The set, Grammy-nominated for album of the year, debuted at No. 1 on the Top Rock Albums chart in July.)

All charts dated Dec. 26 will update tomorrow (Dec. 22) on