Taylor Swift Earns Landmark 100th Week At No. 1 On Billboard Artist 100

Taylor Swift Earns Landmark 100th Week At No. 1 On Billboard Artist 100

Taylor Swift has become the first artist to spend 100 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart. Swift's music catalog generated the most streams - a combined 319.4 million on-demand official U.S. streams - in the tracking week ending on February 22. "Cruel Summer," "Is It Over Now," "Anti-Hero," "Lover" and "Karma"…

Taylor Swift has become the first artist to spend 100 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart.

Swift’s music catalog generated the most streams – a combined 319.4 million on-demand official U.S. streams – in the tracking week ending on February 22.

“Cruel Summer,” “Is It Over Now,” “Anti-Hero,” “Lover” and “Karma” generated the most streams.

She was also the most-heard artist on radio, earning a combined 177.3 million radio airplay audience impressions.

Swift was also the top-selling artist, in terms of both combined album and digital song sales, according to Luminate.

Her “Cruel Summer,” from Lover, is ranked at No. 7 and “Is It Over Now?,” from 1989 (Taylor’s Version), is ranked at No. 18 on the latest Billboard Hot 100.

Ten of Swift’s albums are featured on the Billboard 200.

Simultaneously, she also logs a landmark 500th total week on the chart, only behind Drake.

The Artist 100 measures artists’ activity across key metrics of music consumption: album sales, track sales, radio airplay and streaming.

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