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Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” becomes the most heard song on American airwaves, rising to the top of Billboard‘s Radio Songs chart, where Swift becomes the first artist to reign in the 2000s, 10s and 20s.

The song jumps from No. 2 to No. 1 in the all-format Radio Songs survey dated Dec. 31 with 79.4 million broadcast audience impressions (up 3%) from Dec. 16-22, according to Luminate .

Swift marks her seventh Radio Songs leader, tying Maroon 5, Katy Perry and Usher for the fourth No. 1 since the chart began in December 1990. Rihanna leads with 13, followed by Carey (11) and Bruno Mars (nine).

Meanwhile, with Radio Songs No. 1 in the 2000s, 10s and 20s, Swift becomes the first artist with leaders on the chart in each of the three decades – and the only artist with No. 1s as lead actor in three separate decades. Christina Aguilera is the only other artist to hit No. 1 in each of three decades, with one in each of the 1990s (“Genie in a Bottle,” 1999) and 2000 (“Lady Marmalade,” featuring Lil’ Kim, Mya and P!nk, 2001) and one in the 10s (on “Moves Like Jagger” from Maroon 5, 2011).

Here’s a recap of Swift’s seven #1 radio songs:

Title, Weeks at No. 1, Year(s)
“You belong to me”, 2, 2009
“I knew you were a problem.”, 4, 2013
“Shake It Off”, four, 2014
“Blank Space”, six, 2014-15
“Bad Blood” (feat. Kendrick Lamar), five, 2015
“Wildest Dreams”, two, 2015
“Anti-Hero”, one (to date), 2022

“Anti-Hero” simultaneously crowns the Pop Airplay charts for a second week, after becoming the first female with No. 1 overall based on the top 40 in the 2000s, 10s and 20s, and the second act overall to achieve the feat, following Maroon 5. The song became his 10th No. 1 on the count.

The song also leads Adult Pop Airplay for a fifth week, having become its ninth No. 1 on the Adult Top 40 list.

“Anti-Hero” soared to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 All Genre and Multimetric dated Nov. 5, where Swift made history as the first artist to hog the entire top 10 in a single week, with all tracks from his new Album from Republic Records Midnights. The song reigned supreme in its first six weeks on the Hot 100, becoming just the 10th single to spend at least its first six weeks on the chart at No. 1.