Taylor Swift is breaking more records in the U.S. pop charts by becoming the first artist in the Billboard Hot 100's 52-year history to score the three highest debuts in consecutive weeks.
The 20-year-old enters the new countdown at 11 with "Mean" a week after becoming the first act to post back-to-back top 10 debuts.
Far*East Movement scores a second week at number one with "Like a G6." Newlywed Katy Perry's new single "Firework" also debuts this week – at 57, and Will Smith's daughter Willow makes her debut on the Hot 100 at 78 with "Whip My Hair."
Taylor also is close to possibly selling 1 million albums in her opening week, which would make her the first artist to do so since Lil Wayne in 2008. Check out some pics of Taylor's performance at the Jetblue Terminal 5 at JFK International Airport yesterday.
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