Don McLean previously set the record with ‘American Pie (Parts I and II)’
Taylor Swift has won the title of world’s longest number one entry Board Hot 100 with a ten-minute version of ‘All Too Well’.
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2012’s “Red”, taken from her recent re-recording of “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)”, is Swift’s eighth number-one entry on the Hot 100, succeeding “Shake It Off”, “Blank Space” and “Tailor”. Including songs. Cardigan’. It is also her 30th track to reach the top ten, making her the sixth artist in history to achieve the feat.
Board noted that both the ten-minute and regular five-minute versions of ‘All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)’ are included as one entry, which generated a combined 54.4 million US streams in the week of November 12–18. Ranked. Clean and acoustic versions, as well as Swift’s “Sad Girl Autumn Version” also contribute to the total. The original 2012 version of ‘All Too Well’ is tracked as a separate entry.
Stepping away from the top spot, Swift surpassed previous record-holder Don McLean, whose eight-minute track “American Pie (Parts I and II)” held the number one spot for four weeks in 1972.
The singer is also the first artist to have a number one cover of an already charted Hot 100 hit in 20 years, and the first act to receive an update to her own first Hot 100 hit number one with ‘Candle In’ with Elton John. Is. The Wind 1997’/’Something About the Way You Look Tonight’.
Swift released “Red (Taylor’s Version)” earlier this month as the second of six albums she wants to re-record. Granthshala Upon release gave the album four stars, describing the ten-minute version of ‘All Too Well’ as “a long-awaited piece of work”.