Taylor Swift probably still celebrates his album’s number one debut Without fear (Taylor version), but now she can take a break and celebrate a number one achievement from the album she released before That one: always.
Taylor’s single “Willow” debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 when it released in December, but it now tops the publication’s Adult Pop Airplay rankings. This is the first chart on which the song reached number one that actually measures radio broadcast.
“Willow” is Taylor’s eighth number one on the chart, which has been around for 25 years. Her and Katy Perry are now tied for third place for most numbers in the survey; Brown 5 has the most with 14, followed by Pink with 10. Before “Willow”, she had not been in pole position since “Delicate” did the trick in July 2018.
“Willow”, who is also in the top 10 Billboard‘s Adult Contemporary Chart, is one of many songs by always which performed well graphically: “Coney Island” was in the top 20 on Adult Alternative Airplay, while “No Body, No Crime” reached No. 54 on Country Airplay.
Meanwhile, “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)”, by Without fear (Taylor version), also scales a number of Billboard graphics.
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