Taylor Swift Tops Canadian iTunes Chart With Eight Seconds of White Noise
Even a glitch doesn't slow the singer down
It is time for Taylor Swift to drop the mic and take a bow because she has just accomplished the unthinkable. Swift hit number one on the Canadian iTunes chart this week with eight seconds of pure static.
A glitch in the Canadian version of iTunes released a track called "Track 3," that looked like it could be a new track from her upcoming album 1989 but was actually just white noise. Nevertheless, the song soared to the top, beating out her new songs that actually are real music, including "Shake It Off," "Welcome to New York" and "Out of the Woods."
Haters might hate, but once a singer scores a chart-topping hit comprised solely of white noise, it's hard to deny she's an unstoppable musical force.
Perez Hilton has posted a screen shot of "Track 3" atop the iTunes sales chart, check it out here.
- This story was first published by The Hollywood Reporter