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Taylor Swift Notches Fourth Digital Song Sales No. 1 From ‘Reputation’ With ‘Call It What You Want’

Swift matches the four sales toppers from her last album, "1989." On the Hot 100, she passes Aretha Franklin for the second-most appearances among women.

“Call It What You Want,” from Taylor Swift‘s album Reputation, debuts as the set’s fourth No. 1 on Billboard‘s Digital Song Sales chart, arriving atop the list (dated Nov. 25) with 68,000 downloads sold in the tracking week ending Nov. 9, according to Nielsen Music.

With the track’s launch start on Digital Song Sales, Swift extends her record for the most No. 1s in the chart’s history to 15. She also adds to her mark for the most No. 1 debuts: 14.

The first three tracks from Reputation each likewise opened atop Digital Song Sales: “Look What You Made Me Do,” on the Sept. 16-dated chart with 353,000 sold, the greatest weekly total for a song in 2017; “…Ready for It?” (135,000, Sept. 23); and “Gorgeous” (68,000, Nov. 11; the song started with slightly more than that of “Call” before figures were rounded off).


Swift matches the four Digital Song Sales No. 1s that she logged from her prior album, 1989, the last set until Reputation to yield a quartet of leaders on the list. Released in 2014, 1989 generated the sales No. 1s “Shake It Off,” “Out of the Woods,” “Blank Space” and “Bad Blood,” featuring Kendrick Lamar.

As previously reported, Reputation has sold 925,000 copies in its first three days (Nov. 10-12), according to Nielsen Music. It’s primed to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart dated Dec. 2.

Powered by its official lyric video, “Call” also enters the Streaming Songs chart at No. 50 with 9.7 million U.S. streams.

The song debuts at No. 27 on the Billboard Hot 100, which blends streaming, airplay and sales data. Swift scores her 74th Hot 100 entry, breaking a tie with Aretha Franklin (73) for the second-most among women. Nicki Minaj paces the category with 81.

All charts will update tomorrow (Nov. 14) on Billboard.com.