Taylor Swift's ‘Cruel Summer' Hits No. 1 After Four Years

The song from Swift's 2019 album, 'Lover,' is a fan favorite that took on new life during her record-breaking Eras Tour. On the album chart, Bad Bunny debuts at the top.

Taylor Swift's ‘Cruel Summer' Hits No. 1 After Four Years

Taylor Swift released 'Cruel summer' four years ago on her album "Lover." The song was a hit with fans and was set to be released in 2020 as a single, but the Covid-19 pandemic altered all plans. It was the Covid-19 pandemic that prevented Cruel Summer from being released as a single.

The singer told a few months back


Swift performed the song in her Eras Tour this year and gave it the right promotional push. After

Breaking into the Top 10 for July

Swift's 10th single to top Billboard's Hot 100 chart, "Cruel summer" has now reached the No. Swift has now topped Billboard's Hot 100 Chart 10 times.

Swift has been promoting it non-stop over the past week. Swift discounted the song for digital sales, and released an album with a remix, and a live version.

Announcements on Social Media


According to the tracking service Luminate, 'Cruel Summer,' in the United States had 19 million streams, 41,000 downloads (up from around 2,500 a week earlier), and 78 million airplay audience impressions', a measure of a song’s popularity on radio.

Bad Bunny's latest album, "', was the highest-ranking album on this week's chart.

Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Manana

The Puerto Rican superstar released the album on October 13th with only a few weeks' notice. This is his third album to be a No. According to Luminate, the album opened with 184,000 equivalent sales in the United States. This includes 240 million streams, 7,500 downloads, and 75,000 CD sales.

Bad Bunny was the musical guest and host.

On 'Saturday Night Live

Over the weekend, released Un Verano Sin Ti last year -- another surprise, just like 'Nadie Sabe.' It went on to the top of the Billboard Album Chart.

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He was also the world’s

Top touring artists

In 2022,

Drake drops to No. 2 after a week of being at the top. Drake's success has pushed him to second place after one week at No.

For All the Dogs

This week, Tomorrow X Together, a K-pop group from Seoul, debuts at No. The Name Chapter: Freefall ranked No. 3 this week, selling 106,000 complete packages and drawing 12 million clicks through streaming services.

Zach Bryan's own-titled album is at No. Offset's 'Set it Off', from the Atlanta rap group Migos, debuts at No.