Taylor Swift’s Re-Recordings Just Reached A Special Milestone

Taylor Swift began releasing re-recorded editions of her first six albums, dubbed Taylor's Version, over three years ago.

Since then, all four projects she has completed have become major global commercial hits. They've all produced massive hits that sold extremely well. 

This week, Swift achieves a significant milestone with one of her re-recordings.

"Is It Over Now? (Taylor's Version) [From The Vault]" is the new number-one single on two Billboard charts. The single, off her 1989 (Taylor's Version) album, has risen to the top of both the Pop Airplay and Adult Pop Airplay charts.

That tune is currently the first of Swift's re-recordings to reach No. 1 on a Billboard radio chart. Previously, she had never reached the top of any radio rankings with a song from a re-recorded album, but she has now done so twice in a row.

"Is It Over Now?" moves from third to first place on both of the aforementioned rankings, which represent two of Billboard's three pop radio charts.

 Swift currently leads both the Pop Airplay and Adult Pop Airplay lists, as well as the Adult Contemporary chart. On that list, her hit "Cruel Summer" remains in command.

Swift makes history on both counts when she secures another leadership position. On the Pop Airplay chart, "Is It Over Now?" further distinguishes the singer from all other acts with the most No. 1s. Rihanna, Maroon 5, and Katy Perry are the runners-up, with 11 each.

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