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Taylor Swift’s ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ Tops the Charts as her 13th No. 1 Album

In a remarkable year, Taylor Swift continues her streak of breaking records. According to a recent report by Billboard, Swift’s re-recorded 2014 album, “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” secured the top spot on the Billboard 200 album chart within its first week of release.

This achievement represents the 13th No. 1 album for the “Blank Space” singer, a milestone she had eagerly awaited. The debut of “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” not only marked the largest first-week album sales since Adele’s 2015 release “25″ but also stands as the best-selling album of the year so far, as reported by Billboard.

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Swift’s musical influence doesn’t stop there, as her 2022 album “Midnights” and the July release of “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” complete the trio of top-selling albums in 2023.

Additionally, Taylor Swift has made history on music streaming platforms, notably becoming Spotify’s most-streamed artist in a single day when “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” was unleashed on October 27.

“1989” from 2014 is undeniably one of Swift’s most beloved albums, signifying her transition into the pop genre after initially producing country-pop records. Following her announcement in 2019 to re-record her first six albums, she has already released “Taylor’s Version” albums for “Red,” “Speak Now,” “Fearless,” and now “1989.” Fans eagerly anticipate the eventual re-releases of her 2017 album “Reputation” and her 2006 debut album, “Taylor Swift.”

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