Taylor Swift broke multiple records after this week’s release Red (Taylor’s Version), following their 26-song debut on the Billboard Hot 100, including a 10-minute version of “All Too Well” with their longest No. 1 hit of all time.
26 of Swift’s songs reached the Hot 100, breaking the record for most debuts on the chart in a week, According to Billboard.
“All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” occupied the number 1 slot, becoming Swift’s eighth #1 single in a rare and unusual move since the song was originally released nine years earlier.
The song’s original release peaked at number 80 on the charts in 2012, despite Swift not releasing the track as a single.
Board said It combined the figures for the standard-length version of “All to Well (Taylor’s Version)”, which ran for five and a half minutes, with the longer version of the track titled “All to Well (10 Minute Version)”. Version) (from Vault).”
Since the 10-minute and 13-second version had a large percentage of the song’s activity in the past week, with 62% streams and 78% sales, According As for Stereogam, it is now officially the longest #1 hit in history, replacing “American Pie” by Don McLean, which lasted eight minutes and 42 seconds.
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