Most simultaneous US Hot 100 entries by a female
Taylor Swift
26 total number
United States ()

Twenty-six tracks from Taylor Swift’s (USA) re-recorded studio album Red (Taylor’s Version) charted on the Billboard Hot 100 dated 27 November 2021. All sub-titled “(Taylor’s Version)”, the tracks were: “All Too Well (10 Minute Version)” (No.1; the longest song to reach No.1 on the Hot 100, at 10 min 13 sec); “State of Grace” (No.18); “I Bet You Think About Me” (feat. Chris Stapleton, No.22); “Red” (No.25); “Nothing New” (feat. Phoebe Bridgers, No.43); “Message in a Bottle” (No.45); “I Knew You Were Trouble” (No.46); “Run” (feat. Ed Sheeran, No.47); “Better Man” (No.51); “22” (No.52); “Treacherous” (No.54); “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” (No.55); “I Almost Do” (No.59); “The Very First Night” (No.61); “Everything Has Changed” (feat. Ed Sheeran, No.63); “The Last Time” (feat. Gary Lightbody, No.66); “Stay Stay Stay” (No.67); “Babe” (No.69); “Holy Ground” (No.76); “Begin Again” (No.77); “Forever Winter” (No.79); “The Moment I Knew” (No.83); “The Lucky One” (No.84); “Sad Beautiful Tragic” (No.85); “Come Back…Be Here” (No.87); “Starlight” (No.90).

Swift smashed her previous record of 18, when tracks from her seventh studio album Lover flooded the Hot 100 on 7 September 2019 (between positions 4 and 92). On 20 November 2021, a week before Swift raised the bar to 26, US vocalist Summer Walker matched Swift’s 18 entries when tracks from her second studio set Still Over It stormed the chart, led by “No Love” at No.13. Ironically, all but two of Walker’s hits fell off the countdown the following week, as Swift took over the Hot 100.

The Swift tracks at No.22, No.43, No.45, No.47, No.51, No.61, No.69 and No.79 were additionally sub-titled “(From the Vault)”, indicating that they were previously unreleased tracks and not featured on the original version of Red when it was released in 2012.

Twenty-six also sets a new mark for the most simultaneous US Hot 100 new entries by any act in the history of the chart (since 4 August 1958).

Drake, with 27 entries from Scorpion on 14 July 2018, is the only act to achieve more simultaneous Hot 100 hits than Taylor Swift.

The songs from the mammoth, 30-track Red (Taylor’s Version) to miss the Hot 100 on 27 November 2021 were “Girl at Home”, “State of Grace (Acoustic Version)” and “Ronan”. Streaming figures and sales for the long and short versions of "All Too Well" were combined to produce its week-one chart stats.

As of 27 November 2021, Swift had amassed 164 Hot 100 entries since “Tim McGraw” debuted in 2006. Only Drake (259), Glee Cast (207) and Lil Wayne (178) have more.