Swift is close to a Billboard-unwanted record.

With the release of her new album 1989 (Taylor's Version) and the songs from it, Taylor Swift lately had a big influence on the Billboard rankings.  

With one debut in particular moving her closer to an all-time chart record 

something no artist actually aspires to—the release resulted in a number of new entries hitting the Hot 100. 

Swift made her Hot 100 debut at No. 2 with her single "Now That We Don't Talk (Taylor's Version) [From The Vault]" last week. 

It only just failed to land at No. 1 because "Is It Over Now? (Taylor's Version) [From The Vault]," another hit by the superstar, took the position. 

The song "Now That We Don't Talk" is Swift's seventh to reach the No. 2 spot on the Hot 100.  

This most recent runner-up position may be a little upsetting for the skilled singer-songwriter 

since it has placed her as the artist with the second-most No. 2-peaking hits on the list. 

Drake is the only artist that has more hits peaking at No. 2 on the Hot 100 than Swift.  

Swift's songs that peaked at number two were frequently proper singles that fell just short of becoming the number one hit.  

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