Miley Cyrus is about to Replace Taylor Swift at No. 1

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 Miley Cyrus is about to Replace Taylor Swift at No.  1

In just a few days, Miley Cyrus will officially claim another No. 1 hit in a Billboard chart. If he does, he’ll replace perhaps the biggest musician on the planet right now: Taylor Swift.

Billboard reports that Cyrus’ current single “Used to Be Young” is set to climb to No. 1 on the Adult Pop Airplay chart next week. The tally tracks the top-performing tunes on radio stations across the US that focus on adult pop, aimed at a more mature audience. Currently, “Used to Be Young” sits at No. 2 on the Adult Pop Airplay chart, earning another week at its peak.

Swift has been running the show on the Adult Pop Airplay chart for months with her irresistible “Cruel Summer.” The electro-pop smash earned 14 stays at No. 1 in the radio ranking. That’s an impressive amount, considering the title only spent 24 weeks in the tally.

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“Used to Be Young” will be No. 1 song on the Adult Pop Airplay chart for a few days when Billboard refreshed all its rankings, although the company announced the upcoming move before it happened. The single will become Cyrus’ second leader in the tally. He first hit the summit earlier this year with his big hit “Flowers.”

“Flowers” ruled the Adult Pop Airplay chart for the longest time in history. The track dominated the radio chart for 17 weeks, which is the longest stay at the top of the tally for a song by a woman. This week, “Bulak” moved up a bit in the rankings, moving up from No. 8 to No. 7 in its 46th over.

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“Used to Be Young” was released in August as a standalone single, but it was later added to the tracklist of her album. Endless Summer Vacation. The track debuted within the top 10 of the Hot 100, giving Cyrus a dozen placements in that area. Since then, it continues to do well Billboards pop radio charts.

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