Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ is The Most Streamed Female Album of All Time


Taylor Swift’s longevity in the music industry has proved time and time again that she is here for the long haul. She can come back at any time, and yes, she will always be relevant. 

Her sales are impeccable, her force is unstoppable, and even after taking her music from streaming services for three years, one of her albums have now become the most streamed album of all time. Which album could it be? Of course, each of her albums is close behind but nothing has topped Swift’s fifth studio album 1989 quite yet.

The album that features top hits like “Shake It Off,” “Bad Blood,” and “Blank Space” has now become the most streamed album of all time by a female artist. Swift has surpassed Katy Perry’s Prism, which previously held the title.1989 now has over 8 billion streams, and the numbers are continuing to rise day by day.

The album is also the fastest selling album in a decade, garnering 5 million sales in 2015 and the numbers have well surpassed this since the album has been released. Her sixth studio album reputation is close behind, and we are sure this album will be next to top streaming records.

We are excited about Swift and all of her accomplishments with 1989. She’s continued to change the game in music and is making pop music relevant once again. Needless to say, Swift is the most popular superstar in the world and she isn’t going anywhere, anytime soon.

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Want to stream 1989? You can now via Apple Music and Spotify.