Taylor Swift Debuts on Pop Songs Chart With 'End Game' & Country Airplay With 'New Year's Day'

Swift scales Pop Songs with two songs, as "…Ready for It?" continues its rise, while landing her first Country Airplay entry since 2014.

Taylor Swift adds a pair of Billboard radio airplay chart hits from her new album, Reputation.

The superstar charts a third entry on the Pop Songs tally (dated Dec. 2), as "End Game," featuring Ed Sheeran and Future, debuts at No. 32. Lead single "Look What You Made Me Do" topped the Oct. 28-dated list, becoming her eighth No. 1, and follow-up "…Ready for It?" rises 15-14 this week.

WFLZ Tampa, Florida, led all Pop Songs reporters with 55 plays for "End Game" in the week ending Nov. 19, according to Nielsen Music, followed by KROI Houston (53).

Meanwhile, as previously reported, Reputation closing cut "New Year's Day" is being promoted to country radio, marking Swift's first single worked to the format since 2013. It debuts at No. 57 on the Dec. 2-dated Country Airplay chart with 1.3 million audience impressions, led by 32 plays on WUSN Chicago (which translates to 678,000 in audience) and KKBQ Houston (20 plays; 295,000 impressions).

Swift scores her 34th appearance on Country Airplay, where she boasts 18 top 10s, including seven No. 1s, between her career launch in 2006 and 2013. Following her last official country single, "Red" (No. 7 on Country Airplay, 2013), she had last dented the chart in 2014 with "Shake It Off"; while not promoted to country, the lead single from her first all-out pop album, 1989, spent a week on the chart at No. 58.

All charts will update tomorrow (Nov. 21) on Billboard.com.


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