Taylor Swift has achieved a remarkable milestone by becoming the first artist since the Beatles to have singles from three different albums in the top 10 of the charts.
Currently, all 22 songs from Taylor Swift’s latest album, “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version),” are dominating the Hot 100, occupying various positions on the singles chart.
Notably, this impressive accomplishment includes three singles from three distinct albums, all of which are in the top 10 this week. “I Can See You (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault),” a new release from “Speak Now,” leads the pack at No. 5. It is accompanied by “Cruel Summer,” from Swift’s album “Lover,” at No. 9, and “Karma,” from the album “Midnights,” at No. 10.
This achievement places Taylor Swift in esteemed company, as the Beatles are the only other artists in history to simultaneously have top 10 singles from three separate albums. According to Billboard, the Beatles accomplished this feat in 1964 with their songs “I Want To Hold Your Hand” at No. 1, “She Loves You” at No. 2, and “Please Please Me” at No. 6.