Taylor Swift has once again proven her unparalleled influence in the music industry. Following the release of “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” Swift has set a remarkable Spotify record by becoming the artist with the most streams in a single day in the platform’s history. Spotify confirmed this groundbreaking feat, emphasizing that “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” also secured the title of Spotify’s most-streamed album in a single day in 2023.
The buzz around the album has been nothing short of electrifying. The newly released Vault track, “‘Slut!’ (Taylor’s Version),” debuted at No. 1 in the U.S., amassing an impressive 5.2 million streams, while globally, it soared with 11.3 million streams. Notably, Swift’s own record was broken by none other than herself, as she had previously set the record for an individual artist last year with her album “Midnights.”
On the Spotify charts, the impact of “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” is undeniable. In the U.S. top 50 ranking, all 21 tracks from the standard edition of the album claim each of the top 21 positions, with additional tracks securing high spots. Internationally, the domination continues, with the first 17 songs on the global chart originating from “1989 (Taylor’s Version).”
American listeners showcased a preference for the new Vault tracks, particularly favoring “‘Slut!’,” which took the top spot on the U.S. Spotify chart with 5.3 million streams. These staggering numbers indicate a promising opening week for the album, possibly surpassing its predecessor, “Speak Now (TV),” which enjoyed a successful debut earlier this year.