Most simultaneous US Hot 100 entries by a female
Who
Taylor Swift
What
18 total number
Where
United States ()
When

All 18 tracks from Taylor Swift’s (USA) seventh studio album Lover (2019) charted on the Billboard Hot 100 dated 7 September 2019. They were: “You Need to Calm Down” (No.4 – previous week No.14); “Lover” (No.10 – previous week No.19); “ME!” (feat. Brendon Urie, No.11 – previous week No.58); “The Man” (No.23 – new entry); “I Forgot that You Existed” (No.28 – new entry), “Cruel Summer” (No.29 – new entry); “The Archer” (No.38 – re-entry); “Paper Rings” (No.45 – new entry); “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince” (No.49 – new entry); “I Think He Knows” (No.51 – new entry); “Cornelia Street” (No.57 – new entry); “London Boy” (No.62 – new entry); “Soon You’ll Get Better” (feat. Dixie Chicks, No.63 – new entry); “Death by a Thousand Cuts” (No.67 – new entry); “Afterglow” (No.75 – new entry); “False God” (No.77 – new entry); “Daylight” (No.89 – new entry); and “It’s Nice to Have a Friend” (No.92 – new entry).


Swift was re-crowned queen of this category by surpassing the 14 tracks charted simultaneously by Billie Eilish on the Hot 100 dated 13 April 2019 – 12 of which were from her debut studio album WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? Previously, Swift had set a new mark with 11 simultaneous hits – including 10 new entries from the album Speak Now – on the chart dated 13 November 2010.

In the same week (7 September 2019), Swift’s album Lover debuted at No.1 on the US Billboard 200 with 867,000 equivalent album units – the biggest sales week for an album since Swift’s last studio set, reputation, which started with 1.238 million equivalent album units on the chart dated 16 November 2017. Furthermore, Lover’s 226 million on-demand audio streams is the second-highest figure ever for tracks from an album by a woman, behind only Ariana Grande’s thank u, next (307 million for the chart dated 23 February 2019).

Rapper Drake holds on to the overall record with 27 simultaneous Hot 100 hits on the chart dated 14 July 2018.

As of 7 September 2019, Swift’s 95 career chart entries on the Hot 100 was second only to Nicki Minaj (104) among female artists. The Glee Cast (207) and Drake (204) lead the way overall.