Taylor Swift's Next Radio Single Is the 'Lover' Title Track

The song is trending to debut on next week's Pop Songs, Adult Pop Songs and Adult Contemporary airplay charts.

The next official radio single from Taylor Swift's new album Lover is the title track.

The ballad is trending to debut on next week's Pop Songs, Adult Pop Songs and Adult Contemporary radio airplay charts (dated Sept. 14), according to building Nielsen Music data.

The song is the third promoted radio single from Lover, following "Me!," featuring Brendon Urie, and "You Need to Calm Down." "Me!" reached Nos. 5, 6 and 7, respectively, on Pop Songs, Adult Pop Songs and AC. "Calm" climbs to a new No. 5 high on the latest, Sept. 7-dated Adult Pop Songs chart, after hitting No. 9 on Pop Songs and No. 24 on AC.

The Pop Songs, Adult Pop Songs and AC charts measure total weekly plays, as tabulated by Nielsen Music, among their reporting panels of 166, 85 and 86 stations, respectively.

As previously reported, "Lover" this week vaults 19-10, after the release of its official video on Aug. 22, on the all-genre streaming-, airplay- and sales-based Billboard Hot 100, becoming her 25th top 10, while Lover, released on Republic Records, launches at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with the biggest consumption and sales week since her last LP, 2017's Reputation.

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