Taylor Swift ‘All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)’ Tops Billboard Hot 100 – Billboard

Taylor Swift hits No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Songs Chart with “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version).” The song, long considered a classic in their catalog, is from their new re-recorded LP, Red (Taylor’s version), which at the same time is released at number 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

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Swift first released the song on her 2012 album. Red, with that version having spent a week on the Hot 100, ranked 80th, in the November 10, 2012 ranking.

With the updated recording, Swift earns her eighth Hot 100 No. 1.

The Hot 100 combines all-genre US streaming (Official Audio and Official Video), Radio Streaming, and Sales Data. All charts (dated November 27) will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (November 23). For all the news on the charts, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

“All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” was released on Red (Taylor’s version) November 12 on Republic Records, through two on-set versions: their 5-minute, 29-second, and 10-minute, 13-second versions, both of which are combined into a list in Billboardgraphics of. (The original 2012 5 minute 29 second version of the song is tracked separately.)

As the song becomes number 1,132 n. 1 in the 63-year history of the Hot 100, and 58 to enter the top, let’s delve into its coronation.

Streams, airplay and sales: “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” begins with 54.4 million US broadcasts, 286,000 radio audience impressions and 57,800 downloads sold in the tracking week of November 12-18, according to MRC Data.

The song was on sale in its first frame through its versions of 5 minutes, 29 seconds and 10 minutes and 13 seconds; clean, acoustic versions of the longest iteration; and her 9-minute 58-second “Sad Girl Autumn Version – Recorded at Long Pond Studios” (all of which contribute to the title list totals).

Meanwhile, the 14-minute, 56-second “All Too Well: The Short Film,” directed by Swift and starring Dylan O’Brien, Sadie Sink, and Swift, and serving as the song’s official video, premiered on December 12. of November. Swift also performed a nearly 10-minute version of the song, set against the backdrop of the film, on the November 13 episode of NBC. Saturday night live (technically on November 14th, starting at 12:13 am ET … once no unnoticed by boldand Calendar-Aware Swifties).

‘There we are again …’: Swift earns her eighth Hot 100 lead. Here’s a summary:

“We will never ever be together again”, three weeks at no. 1, as of September 1, 2012
“Shake It Off”, four weeks, starting September 6, 2014
“Blank space”, seven weeks, starting November 29, 2014
“Bad Blood” feat. Kendrick Lamar, One Week, June 6, 2015
“Look what you made me do”, three weeks, starting September 16, 2017
“Cardigan”, one week, August 8, 2020
“Willow”, one week, December 26, 2020
“All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)”, one week to date, November 27, 2021

Swift is the 20th artist, and the seventh female solo artist, in Hot 100 history with at least eight No. 1s. The Beatles lead all acts with 20 No. 1s, followed by Mariah Carey with 19.

30 top 10 of his career: “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” is also the 30th Top 10 on Swift’s Hot 100, as she becomes the sixth artist to reach the milestone.

The 100 Top 10 most popular:
54, Drake
38, Madonna
34, The Beatles
31, Rihanna
30, Michael Jackson
30, Taylor Swift

No. 1 in broadcasts and sales: “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” ranks at no. 1 on both the Streaming Songs charts and digital song sales charts. She is Swift’s fifth leader on the first count, beating Cardi B with the most women, and her record number 23 on the last list.

Looking at the splits between the longest and shortest versions of the song between November 12-18, broadcasts and extended mix sales dominated, accounting for 62% of all their clicks and 78% of all downloads are paid (with 10% of the song). Minute, 13-second and “Sad Girl Autumn” versions available for purchase à la carte in the tracking week only on the Swift webstore).

(Perhaps unsurprisingly, given its length and no concentrated radio promotion, the song drew only a sample of the airplay in the follow-up week, although four stations played it, through a combination of durations, over 10 times each: WPRO Providence with pop format, RI [16], WDJQ Canton, Ohio, WDJX Louisville, Ky. [12 each]and adult pop WWBX Boston [11].)

Record-breaking Billboard 200 and Hot 100 debut: Swift is the first artist to debut at the top of the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 simultaneously up to three times. (The Billboard 200 started on March 24, 1956 and the Hot 100 on August 4, 1958.)

Swift became the first act to launch with a stunt double when Folklore and “Cardigan” landed on top of the Billboard 200 and Hot 100, respectively, on August 8, 2020. He repeated the feat with “Willow” and Increasingly on December 26, 2020.

BTS, Justin Bieber, and Drake have each scored one of those simultaneous starts.

Longest Hot 100 No. 1: Given the 10-minute, 13-second (dominant) version of “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)”, the song can now be considered the number one longest running time in Hot 100 history. “American Pie (Parts I and II) “by Don McLean, at 8 minutes and 37 seconds, held the mark for nearly half a century, since its first of four weeks at number one in January 1972.

Ruling remakes: Featuring the original “All Too Well” on the Hot 100, at No. 80, for a week in November 2012, Swift achieves the first No. 1 of a previously recorded Hot 100 hit (not counting samples or interpolations). in more than 20 years, since Christina Aguilera, Lil ‘Kim, Mya and P! nk’s “Lady Marmalade” began their five-week rule in the poll on June 2, 2001. The original Labelle was in command for a week in March 1975.

‘My old me again …’: Meanwhile, Swift is the first artist to send an update of his own previous hit Hot 100 one act to number 1 since Elton John, whose “Candle in the Wind 1997” / “Something About the Way You Look Tonight” dominated for 14 weeks. in October 1997-January 1998. His live version of “Candle” rose to number 6 in January 1988, after he first released his studio recording in 1973.

John also recorded the former Hot 100 frontman, when his live version of “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” with George Michael reigned for a week in February 1992. The original solo studio version of John reached number 2 in July 1974.

The original ‘All too good’: For the sake of comparison, 2012 “All Too Well” attracted 2.6 million streams (23% less) and sold almost 700 downloads (195% more) in the tracking week of November 12-18 (no will detect radio reproductions among the more than 1,300 stations that report to BillboardRadio song chart).

How the song has won accolades across Swift’s 15-year catalog, from journalists and amateurs Similarly, the original version has attracted 145.5 million broadcasts in the US, 1.6 million in radio audience and 304,000 in sales to date.

Swift’s Ninth Hot Country Song No. 1: “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” simultaneously tops the Hot Country Songs chart, which uses the same multimeter methodology as the Hot 100. Debuts as the ninth leader of Swift’s Hot Country Songs and second this year, after “Love. Story (Taylor’s Version) ”roared at number one in the February 27 poll.

Adele’s “Easy on Me” drops to No. 2 on the Hot 100 after four weeks at No. 1. It drops to No. 3 after four weeks atop Streaming Songs, albeit with a 2% gain to 24.1 million views; drops to No. 2 after two frames atop digital song sales, rising 70% to 24,800 sold; and remains in its second place in radio songs, increasing 9% to 84.8 million in radio reach, as it wins the Hot 100 best-selling and Airplay Gainer awards.

The main album of the song, 30, was released on Friday, November 19, as Adele performed the ballad on CBS ‘ Adele: just one night, November 14th.

The single also reached No. 1 on the Adult Pop Airplay chart, where it became Adele’s sixth leader as it topped Adult Contemporary for the third week.

The Kid LAROI and Bieber’s “Stay” slides 2-3 on the Hot 100, after seven weeks at No. 1, as it leads Radio Songs for the 10th week (86.9 million, down 3%).

Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow’s “Industry Baby” retreat 3-4 on the Hot 100, after a week at No. 1, as it records a thirteenth week at the top of Hot R & B / Hip-Hop songs. and Hot Rap songs. graphics.

“Smokin Out the Window” by Silk Sonic, the pairing of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, jumps 8-5 in its second week on the Hot 100, led by 23.8 million views (up 13%) and 13, 7 million broadcast audience (up to 135%).

The collaboration (which contributes to both artists ‘chart history) is Mars’ 17th top five Hot 100 and Anderson .Paak’s second, after their “Leave the Door Open” spent two weeks on the number. 1 in April-May. Both songs are from the couple’s album. A night with Silk Sonic, which debuts at number 2 on the Billboard 200.

“Window” simultaneously tops the Hot R&B Songs multimeter chart for the second week.

Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits” falls back 4-6 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 2, and his “Shivers” slide to No. 7 from their No. 5 spot.

Rounding out the top 10 on the Hot 100, Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” press 10-8 for a new best as it tops the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs multi-meter charts for the ninth week each; Doja Cat’s “Need to Know” remains at No. 9 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 8; and Walker Hayes’ “Fancy Like” falls 7-10, after reaching No. 3.

Again, for all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram and all charts (dated November 27), including the Hot 100 in their entirety, will be updated on Billboard.com tomorrow (November 23). .

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