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Louis Bell & Taylor Swift Rewrite Record for Most Weekly Hot 100 Production Credits This Century

As Louis Bell rules both the Hot 100 Songwriters and Hot 100 Producers charts (dated Sept. 21), he also ties Taylor Swift for the most weekly production credits on the Billboard Hot 100 this century.

As Louis Bell rules both the Hot 100 Songwriters and Hot 100 Producers charts (dated Sept. 21), he also ties Taylor Swift for the most weekly production credits on the Billboard Hot 100 this century.

Bell co-produced 18 songs on the latest Hot 100, matching Swift’s total two weeks ago (Sept. 7), when her new LP Lover launched atop the Billboard 200.

As with Swift, a new album sparks Bell’s big week, as 16 of his 18 production credits come from Post Malone’s new Billboard 200 No. 1Hollywood’s Bleeding; the other two are via Halsey’s former Hot 100 leader “Without Me” and 5 Seconds of Summer’s “Easier.”


Here’s a look at all 18 of Bell’s production credits on the latest Hot 100:

Rank, Artist Billing, Title (producers in addition to Bell)
No. 3, Post Malone feat. Young Thug, “Goodbyes” (Post Malone, Young Thug, Brian Lee, Billy Walsh, Val Blavatnik, Jessie Lauren Foutz)
No. 4, Post Malone, “Circles” (Post Malone, Frank Dukes, Walsh, Kaan Gunesberk)
No. 8, Post Malone feat. Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott, “Take What You Want” (Post Malone, Ozzy Osbourne, Travis Scott, Andrew Watt, Walsh)
No. 10, Post Malone & Swae Lee, “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)” (Post Malone, Walsh, Swae Lee, Carter Lang)
No. 15, Post Malone, “Hollywood’s Bleeding” (Post Malone, Brian Lee, Walsh, Lang)
No. 16, Post Malone feat. DaBaby, “Enemies” (Post Malone, DaBaby, Walsh)
No. 17, Post Malone, “Wow.” (Post Malone, Dukes, Walsh)
No. 20, Post Malone, “Die For Me” (Post Malone, Future, Halsey, Watt, Happy P, Walsh)
No. 22, Post Malone feat. Meek Mill & Lil Baby, “On the Road” (Post Malone, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, Nick Mira, Walsh, Vory)
No. 29, Post Malone, “A Thousand Bad Times” (Post Malone, Dukes, Walsh, Kaan Gunesberk)
No. 33, Post Malone, “I’m Gonna Be” (Post Malone, Walsh)
No. 34, Post Malone feat. SZA, “Staring At The Sun” (Post Malone, SZA, Dukes, Walsh, Matt Tavares)
No. 37, Post Malone, “Allergic” (Post Malone, Brian Lee, Walsh)
No. 40, Halsey, “Without Me” (Amy Allen, Halsey, Delacey, Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, Scott Storch)
No. 52, Post Malone, “Myself” (Post Malone, Josh Tillman, Dukes, Emile Haynie)
No. 53, Post Malone, “I Know” (Post Malone, Walsh)
No. 58, Post Malone, “Internet” (Post Malone, Kanye West, DJ DaHi)
No. 90, 5 Seconds of Summer, “Easier” (Luke Hemmings, Calum Hood, Ashton Irwin, Michael Clifford, Watt, Ali Tamposi, Tedder, Charlie Puth)

With his 18 credits, Bell logs his 11th week at No. 1 on the Hot 100 Producers chart, while concurrently leading the Hot 100 Songwriters chart for the first time (on the strength of 20 songwriting credits).

Meanwhile, here is Swift’s haul as a producer on the Sept. 7-dated Hot 100:

Rank, Artist Billing, Title (producers in addition to Swift)
No. 4, “You Need to Calm Down” (Joel Little)
No. 10, “Lover” (Jack Antonoff)
No. 11, “ME!” (Little)
No. 23, “The Man” (Little)
No. 28, “I Forgot That You Existed” (Louis Bell, Frank Dukes)
No. 29, “Cruel Summer” (Antonoff)
No. 38, “The Archer” (Antonoff)
No. 45, “Paper Rings” (Antonoff)
No. 49, “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince” (Little)
No. 51, “I Think He Knows” (Antonoff)
No. 57, “Cornelia Street” (Antonoff)
No. 62, “London Boy” (Antonoff, Sounwave)
No. 63, “Soon You’ll Get Better,” feat . Dixie Chicks (Antonoff)
No. 67, “Death by a Thousand Cuts” (Antonoff)
No. 75, “Afterglow” (Bell, Dukes)
No. 77, “False God” (Antonoff)
No. 89, “Daylight” (Antonoff)
No. 92, “It’s Nice to Have a Friend” (Bell, Dukes)


Until Swift and, now, Bell, Finneas set the mark, on April 13, for the most simultaneous Hot 100 entries as a producer this century: 14, all via Billie Eilish, whose album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? debuted that week atop the Billboard 200.

As for the most concurrent Hot 100 titles as a writer in a single week since 2000, Drake tallied 28 on July 14, 2018, when his LP Scorpion started atop the Billboard 200.

The full Hot 100 Songwriters and Hot 100 Producers charts, in addition to the full genre rankings, can be found on Billboard.com.