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Taylor Swift Makes Country Music History ... Almost

By November 29, 2012

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Taylor Swift's powerhouse single "We're Never Ever Getting Back Together" is #1 on the country charts for the eighth week in a row.

Which means it's set to break records. Right now, the tune has tied with Connie Smith's "Once a Day," for convoluted bragging rights: solo female country performer with the most consecutive weeks at #1.

For more info -- including the entrance of a Voice contestant in the top 5 -- check out this week's country music charts.

Image courtesy of Big Machine Record


December 5, 2012 at 3:55 pm
(1) Terri says:

I think the song “We are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and its official video speaks volumes about exactly who Taylor Swift’s audience is. The lyrics sound like something a 14 year old would write and the video itself looks like something a 14 or 15 year old kid would do. Very silly and middle schoolish. She did such a nice job on “Safe and Sound,” I thought she was going to actually do adult music but guess that was a mistake. What happens when her audience grows up?

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