Calling all Swifties! Taylor Swift is back, and her first single “Look What You Made Me Do” from her forthcoming album, Reputation, is already dominating the charts. On Tuesday, the song hit No. 1, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. Listeners across the U.S. are clearly playing Taylor’s infectious new jam on repeat right now — but did you ever wonder which cities propelled the song to No. 1?
According to Mediabase, between August 25th and August 31st, the top market playing Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” on broadcast radio is New York City, spinning the song an incredible 10 million times. And while it might not be shocking that New Yorkers are the some of the biggest Taylor fans in the country, San Francisco is the city with the second highest number of spins, followed by Chicago, San Diego, and Salt Lake City.
But that’s not all — based on our listening data from the iHeartRadio app, we were able to see which cities were digitally streaming “Look What You Made Me Do” the most in the same timeframe, too! Naturally, New York locked in the top spot, followed by Los Angeles and Philadelphia. But who would’ve guessed that a small music market like Minneapolis would crack the Top 5, or that Denver-Boulder would sneak into the Top 10? These cities just can’t get enough of the new Taylor, and are driving the song to incredible new heights.
Whether you’re already a die-hard fan of “Look What You Made Me Do,” or just prefer the ‘old Taylor,’ head over to iHeartRadio now to check out your favorite Taylor Swift tunes! And for the next two months, don’t forget that you can hear unlimited T-Swift beats on demand for just 99 cents — happy listening!