Taylor Swift just made history again.
The reissue of her 2012 album as Red (Taylor’s Version) became her 10th album to move over 1 million album equivalents (streaming plus sales) in its first week.
Check out the list of milestones accomplished during the first week of the album’s release:
- No. 1 debut in the U.S. 605,000 equivalent units. More than 1.2 million equivalent units worldwide.
- Highest first-week sales of any female artist in the U.S. this year.
- Biggest first-week album sales in the U.S. for 2021 with 369,000 units.
- Only artist to simultaneously debut atop the Billboard 200 and Billboard Hot 100 for a third time — and in under 16 months.
- “All Too Well” marks her fourth No. 100 debut on the Billboard Hot 100.
- “All Too Well” is the longest song ever to enter and reach No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. At 10 minutes, it eclipsed the previous record holder, Don McLean’s “American Pie.”
- 26 songs from Red (Taylor’s Version) entered the Billboard Hot 100.
- Spotify’s biggest opening day streams of all-time for a female artist: More than 90 million streams.
- With more than 300 million streams, the album has achieved the largest streaming week of 2021 for an album by a female artist.
- Red (Taylor’s Version) immediately captured No. 1 on iTunes’ overall Top Albums Chart and Apple Music.
- Red (Taylor’s Version) secured the biggest streaming week for a country album with the largest sales week for a country album since 2013, becoming the biggest release week for a country album since the Billboard 200 began ranking titles by equivalent album units.
- “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” hit No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart.
- Red (Taylor’s Version) achieved the largest vinyl album sales week since tracking first began in 1991 with 114,000 sold, surpassing the last record that was also set by Taylor in 2021 with folklore’s sister album, evermore.
- With the release of Red (Taylor’s Version) Swift secures the record for fastest accumulation of four #No. 1 albums by a solo artist in history.