“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” by Taylor Swift Marks The Singer’s Second Special Victory

This week, Taylor Swift‘s latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, is once again number one on the Billboard 200. For the fifth time in a row, the full-length album has remained at the top of the charts, and Billboard has already revealed that it is set to take the lead for the sixth time overall. Another of her most popular projects is still charting, and this week is unique for the title, while that set still rules.

This period, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) debuts at number 150 on the Billboard 200. This is Swift’s eleventh album to reach that milestone, and it most definitely won’t be her last.

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Luminate reports that in the most recent tracking frame, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) moved an additional 9,828 comparable units. Even though it’s a 6.6% decrease from the previous period, the effort can still be seen on the Billboard 200 with that number.

Fearless (Taylor’s Version) by Taylor Swift Marks The Singer's Second Special VictoryFearless (Taylor’s Version) by Taylor Swift Marks The Singer's Second Special Victory

Fearless (Taylor’s Version) drops more than 20 spots this week on the ranking. Swift’s first re-record drops to No. 146 from No. 125. It easily debuted at the top of the Billboard 200, adding to the singer’s growing collection of chart victories.

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Fearless (Taylor’s Version), despite spending over three years on the Billboard 200, is still selling well and streaming well. 2,602 real sales were included in the roughly 10,000 equivalent units that the project moved in the previous frame. Even if it drops slightly outside the top 40 after peaking at No. 25 the previous time, that will still be sufficient for it to stay on the Top Album Sales chart.

Fearless (Taylor’s Version) by Taylor Swift Marks The Singer's Second Special VictoryFearless (Taylor’s Version) by Taylor Swift Marks The Singer's Second Special Victory

Swift’s longest-charting song on the Billboard 200 is still 1989, and it’s not a close contest. The count for that set is almost at 500 weeks. Swift’s list of her best-selling albums includes the following: Reputation (296), her self-titled debut (284), the original Fearless (261), Lover (248), Folklore (200), Speak Now (193), Red (185), and Evermore (180). That blockbuster and Fearless (Taylor’s Version) are the two titles that have spent the longest time on the ranking.

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The song that has charted the longest among Swift’s rerecordings is Fearless (Taylor’s Version). Given that it was her debut release from April 2021, it makes sense.

Another one of Swift’s CDs is particularly noteworthy this week. This time, Folklore spends 200 frames on the Billboard 200. Her sixth release to reach that milestone is this one.

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