The Tortured Poets Department by Taylor Swift Breaks 5 Records

    Taylor Swift

    Taylor Swift’s latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, has created a significant buzz. Released just under a week ago, the pop icon’s album swiftly set new benchmarks, surpassing several records.

    Here are 5 records broken by The Tortured Poets Department:

    Billion streams in a week

    On Wednesday, Spotify made an announcement that set the music world abuzz: Taylor Swift’s “The Tortured Poets Department” (TTPD) has surpassed one billion streams. This milestone was reached in less than a week, a feat not achieved by any album before. Remarkably, this record-breaking moment came just five days after its release. Taylor Swift is no stranger to such achievements; her 2022 album “Midnights” previously held the record with over 700,000 streams.

    300 million streams in a day

    Taylor Swift’s album release on April 19 caused a sensation. “The Tortured Poets Department” (TTPD) achieved an impressive 300 million Spotify streams in just one day. Its current success trajectory suggests that TTPD may soon exceed 2 million album-equivalent units. This would mark the highest achievement since Adele’s 2015 album “25,” according to Variety.

    Most streamed song

    On its release day, “Fortnight,” a collaboration between Taylor Swift and Post Malone, emerged as the favorite track. It set a new record on Spotify by becoming the most streamed song ever in a single day.

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    Most streamed artist

    It comes as no surprise that Taylor Swift now holds the title of the most streamed artist on Spotify in a single day. This achievement aligns with her history of setting new records with each album release.

    Bestselling vinyl release

    Taylor Swift’s “The Tortured Poets Department” (TTPD) has achieved a remarkable sales milestone, moving 1.8 million vinyl copies in the U.S. in a mere five days. This surge in sales catapults TTPD to the fourth spot among the best-selling albums of the modern era. It narrowly misses surpassing NSYNC’s “Celebrity,” which holds the third spot with 1.878 million copies sold. NSYNC also claims the second spot with “No Strings Attached,” boasting sales of 2.416 million. At the pinnacle, according to Billboard, is Adele’s “25,” with an impressive 3.378 million copies sold.

    Concluding The Tortured Poets Department

    Taylor Swift’s The Tortured Poets Department has not only captivated audiences but also etched its name in music history by breaking five significant records. This album’s unprecedented success underscores Swift’s enduring influence and innovation in the music industry. It’s a testament to her ability to continually redefine the boundaries of pop music and engage a global fanbase. Swift’s latest work is more than just an album; it’s a cultural phenomenon that continues to resonate and inspire.

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