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Taylor Swift Sets New Mark for Women on Streaming Songs Chart With ‘All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)’

Taylor Swift notches her fifth No. 1 on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart with “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version),” which starts atop the survey dated Nov. 27.

“Well” bows with 54.4 million U.S. streams in the Nov. 12-18 tracking week, according to MRC Data. Its 5-minute, 29-second and 10-minute, 13-second versions are combined into one listing on Billboard‘s charts; the song’s original 5-minute, 29-second 2012 version is tracked separately.

It’s Swift’s first No. 1 since “Cardigan,” which started atop the ranking dated Aug. 8, 2020. She first crowned Streaming Songs, which began in 2013, with two-week leader “Shake It Off” in 2014.

With five No. 1s, Swift takes over sole possession of the third-most No. 1s in the chart’s history, as well as the most by any woman. Ahead of Swift, Drake leads all acts with 11 rulers, followed by Justin Bieber with six.

Most No. 1s, Streaming Songs
11, Drake
6, Justin Bieber
5, Taylor Swift
4, Cardi B
4, Travis Scott

Swift attains four entries in Streaming Songs’ top 10 from Red rerecording Red (Taylor’s Version), giving her 22 top 10s total, tying her with J. Cole and Kanye West for fourth all time, behind Bieber (23), The Weeknd (25) and Drake (64), and giving her the most of any woman, surpassing Ariana Grande (20).

The others in the top 10? “State of Grace (Taylor’s Version)” leads the rest of the pack at No. 4 (17.1 million streams) followed by “Red (Taylor’s Version)” (No. 7, 14.7 million) and the Chris Stapleton-featuring “I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version)” (No. 10, 4.8 million).

In all, Swift occupies 19 of the chart’s 50 positions, the most she’s ever claimed in a single week and the most by any woman, topping Summer Walker’s 16 the previous week (Nov. 20). Comparatively, six songs from Swift’s previous rerecording, Fearless (Taylor’s Version), reached Streaming Songs, led by “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)” at No. 10 (April 10, 2021).

Concurrently, as previously reported, “Well” starts atop the multi-metric Billboard Hot 100, while Red (Taylor’s Version) rules the Billboard 200.