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Taylor Swift Scores Her 13th No. 1 on Pop Airplay Chart With ‘Is It Over Now?’


Taylor Swift Scores Her 13th No. 1 on Pop Airplay Chart With ‘Is It Over Now?’

She extends her record for the most leaders. The song also tops Adult Pop Airplay.

Taylor Swift’s favorite number – 13 – now doubles as the amount of No. 1s that she has achieved on Billboard’s Pop Airplay chart. She tallies her record-extending 13th leader on the list as “Is It Over Now? (Taylor’s Version) [From the Vault]” ascends to the top of the March 16-dated ranking.

Following Swift, Maroon 5, Katy Perry and Rihanna each boast 11 Pop Airplay No. 1s.


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Notably, the song, on Swift’s album 1989 (Taylor’s Version), on Republic Records, marks her first track that has topped a Billboard airplay chart from a “Taylor’s Version” album, among the four rerecorded sets that she has released so far.

Here’s a recap of Swift’s 13 No. 1s on Pop Airplay, which measures songs’ weekly plays, as tabulated by Mediabase and provided to Billboard by Luminate, on over 150 U.S. mainstream top 40 radio stations. (The chart began in October 1992.)

Title, Weeks at No. 1, Year(s):

  • “Is It Over Now? (Taylor’s Version) [From the Vault],” one (to-date), 2024
  • “Cruel Summer,” 10, 2023
  • “Karma,” one, 2023
  • “Anti-Hero,” three, 2022-23
  • “Delicate,” one, 2018
  • “Look What You Made Me Do,” one, 2017
  • “Wildest Dreams,” two, 2015
  • “Bad Blood” (feat. Kendrick Lamar), five, 2015
  • “Style,” three, 2015
  • “Blank Space,” six, 2014-15
  • “Shake It Off,” two, 2014
  • “I Knew You Were Trouble.,” seven, 2013
  • “Love Story,” one, 2009

Swift, meanwhile, links her third consecutive Pop Airplay No. 1, as “Is It Over Now?” follows the rules of “Cruel Summer” and “Karma.” She notches her second streak of at least three straight leaders on the chart, after she reigned with the first five singles from 1989 in 2014-15: “Shake It Off,” “Blank Space,” “Style,” “Bad Blood” and “Wildest Dreams.”

1989 (Taylor’s Version) launched atop the Billboard 200 chart in November, becoming her 13th No. 1 album – the most among women. The same week, the song soared in at No. 1 on the all-genre, multimetric Billboard Hot 100, becoming her 11th and most recent leader.

Concurrently, the track takes over at No. 1 on Adult Pop Airplay (which reflects plays on adult top 40 stations). It becomes Swift’s 12th No. 1, the most among soloists and second overall only to Maroon 5’s 15 (dating to the chart’s March 1996 start in Billboard’s pages).

All charts dated March 16 will update on Billboard.com Tuesday, March 12.

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