Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” are coming true after the Grammy-winner scored her 10th No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart thanks to Red (Taylor’s Version).

Swift is just the second woman to achieve the milestone following Barbra Streisand, who garnered a total of 11 No. 1s on the chart. 

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The 30-track re-recording of Swift’s 2012 album, Red features new versions of the original album’s 16 songs, along with four deluxe edition bonus tracks and the 2012 charity single “Ronan.”

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Swift flew to No. 1 for the first time with Fearless, which debuted at the top of the chart in November 2008.