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Taylor Swift Ties the Record for Most Adult Pop Airplay Chart Top 10s With ‘Lavender Haze’

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Taylor Swift matches the mark for the most top 10 hits in the history of Billboard’s Adult Pop Airplay chart, as “Lavender Haze” lifts from No. 11 to No. 9 on the tally dated March 4.

The song, released on Republic Records, becomes Swift’s 27th Adult Pop Airplay top 10, equaling Maroon 5 for the record (dating to the chart’s start in Billboard’s pages in March 1996).


Swift first reached the region with her initial entry on the adult top 40 radio-based chart, “Teardrops on My Guitar,” which hit No. 6 in March 2008. Notably, she has now notched at least one new top 10 on the ranking each year starting in 2012. That 12-year streak is the longest active run on the list and ties for the longest in the chart’s archives; Maroon 5 posted at least one new top 10 annually from 2010 through 2021.

“Lavender Haze” is the second Adult Pop Airplay top 10 from Swift’s album Midnights, after “Anti-Hero” became her ninth No. 1, reigning for a personal-best nine weeks in December-January.

Here’s a recap of the acts with the most Adult Pop Airplay top 10s:

  • 27, Maroon 5
  • 27, Taylor Swift
  • 19, P!nk
  • 16, Kelly Clarkson
  • 16, Katy Perry
  • 15, Ed Sheeran
  • 14, Justin Bieber
  • 14, Goo Goo Dolls
  • 14, Train
  • 13, Matchbox Twenty
  • 12, Bruno Mars
  • 12, John Mayer
  • 12, OneRepublic

“Lavender Haze” concurrently lifts 10-9 on mainstream top 40-based Pop Airplay chart, where it became Swift’s 20th top 10, a milestone that only Rihanna (30), Maroon 5 (22) and Justin Bieber (20) have also reached.

Meanwhile, as previously reported, Miley Cyrus scores her first Adult Pop Airplay No. 1 with “Flowers.”

All charts dated March 4 will update on Tuesday, Feb. 28.

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