Taylor Swift's 'folklore' breaks streaming record on Apple Music
What you need to know
- Taylor Swift's new album has set a new streaming record.
- "folklore" has already reached 35.47 million streams on Apple Music.
- This has set a new record for opening of a pop album.
Taylor Swift surpised everyone by dropping a new album only a year after her previous release of "Lover" in 2019, and it is already setting records.
Reported by Deadline, Swift's new album "folklore" has already surpassed 35.47 million streams on Apple Music, a new record for a pop album on the service.
According to the report, the album's opening performance will put it at No. 1 on the charts and compete only with Swift's previous album.
Swift wrote, recorded, and released the album after her previous touring plans were postponed due to the pandemic. The artist says that the album was a vessle that allowed her to "pour all of my whims, dreams, fears and musings" into.
You can stream "folklore" on Apple Music now.
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