Most No.1s on the US Digital Song Sales chart
Who
Taylor Swift
What
22 total number
Where
United States ()
When

Taylor Swift (USA) declared that she was “feeling 22” on the single she released from her studio album Red. As of 20 March 2021, she had another reason to celebrate the number 22 after amassing that many No.1s on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales chart. Swift’s 22nd chart-topper was “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)”, which debuted at the top on 27 February 2021. She has an 11-year history of No.1s on the chart: “Today Was a Fairytale” took her to the summit for the first time on 6 February 2010.


Taylor Swift – Digital Song Sales No.1s (track spent one week at No.1 unless stated): 1. “Today Was a Fairytale”, 6 Feb 2010; 2. “Mine”, 21 Aug 2010; 3. “Back to December”, 30 Oct 2010; 4. “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”, 1 Sep 2012 (5 weeks); 5. “Begin Again”, 13 Oct 2012; 6. “I Knew You Were Trouble.”, 27 Oct 2012 (3 weeks); 7. “Shake It Off”, 6 Sep 2014 (4 weeks); 8. “Out of the Woods”, 1 Nov 2014; 9. “Blank Space”, 15 Nov 2014 (7 weeks); 10. “Bad Blood”, 6 Jun 2015 (5 weeks); 11. “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” (Zayn feat. Taylor Swift), 31 Dec 2016 (2 weeks); 12. “Look What You Made Me Do”, 16 Sep 2017; 13. “…Ready for It?”, 23 Sep 2017; 14. “Gorgeous”, 11 Nov 2017; 15. “Call It What You Want”, 25 Nov 2017; 16. “Me!” (feat. Brendon Urie), 11 May 2019; 17. “You Need to Calm Down”, 29 Jun 2019; 18. “Lover”, 31 Aug 2019 (3 weeks); 19. “Only the Young”, 15 Feb 2020; 20. “Cardigan”, 8 Aug 2020; 21. “Willow”, 26 Dec 2020; 22. “Love Story (Taylor’s Version)”, 27 Feb 2021. Total weeks at No.1: 44 (Rihanna 40, Katy Perry 37, Justin Bieber 32).

Rihanna (14), Justin Bieber (13) and Drake (12) trailed Swift’s tally of 22 No.1s, as of 20 March 2021.

“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” (623,000 digital downloads), “I Knew You Were Trouble.” (582,000) and “Shake It Off” (544,000) are, respectively, the chart’s fourth, six and ninth single-week biggest-sellers.

The weekly Digital Song Sales chart – formerly Digital Songs/Hot Digital Songs – debuted in Billboard magazine on 22 January 2005 and “merges the various versions of a song that are sold via digital distribution”.