Taylor Swift is setting a new standard for Hot 100 success.

The 10-time Grammy-winning singer is burning up the charts with the release of Lover. Swift’s seventh studio album dropped on August 23 and lit up the Billboard charts. Every song from the album – all 18 of them – cracked the Hot 100.

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The best performing songs from Lover are singles “You Need to Calm Down”, “Lover” and “ME!” charting at number four, 10 and 11 respectively. Swift’s other single “The Archer” also returned to the Hot 100 at 38.

Lover was well-received by critics and fans alike. Swift’s latest album a 9/10 and several four out of five stars from various critics. It also topped the album charts in more than a dozen countries including Canada, Australia, Belgium, Spain, Norway, Estonia and the U.S.

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Continue below to see how each song from Lover charted.

No. 4, “You Need to Calm Down” (up from No. 14; peaked at No. 2, June 29)
No. 10, “Lover” (up from No. 19, new peak)
No. 11, “ME!,” feat. Brendon Urie (up from No. 58; peaked at No. 2, May 11)
No. 23, “The Man”
No. 28, “I Forgot That You Existed”
No. 29, “Cruel Summer”
No. 38, “The Archer” (re-entry; new peak)
No. 45, “Paper Rings”
No. 49, “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince”
No. 51, “I Think He Knows”
No. 57, “Cornelia Street”
No. 62, “London Boy”
No. 63, “Soon You’ll Get Better,” feat. Dixie Chicks
No. 67, “Death by a Thousand Cuts”
No. 75, “Afterglow”
No. 77, “False God”
No. 89, “Daylight”
No. 92, “It’s Nice to Have a Friend”