Taylor Swift has broken Elvis Presley's record to become the solo artist with the most weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart.

The Cruel Summer singer's re-release, 1989 (Taylor's Version), returned to No. 1 on the U.S. album chart for a fifth time in the last week of 2023, putting her ahead of Presley's record of 67 weeks at the top spot.

With 68 weeks, the 34-year-old singer now holds the record as a solo artist, but she is second overall behind the Beatles. The Fab Four are significantly ahead of her with 132 weeks at the top of the chart.

Thanks in part to her album re-releasing project, Swift also holds the record for the most albums to debut consecutively at No. 1 with 13.

In addition, she is also the first living artist to have five albums in the Top 10 at the same time and the female artist with the most chart-topping albums in history. For the latter, she broke Barbra Streisand's record with her re-release, Speak Now (Taylor's Version), in July.

According to The Guardian, Presley and Swift are currently tied for the most No. 1s in a calendar year, with them both having three in a year twice.

The Shake It Off singer is currently third for the record of the most chart-topping albums overall. The Beatles are first with 19, followed by Jay-Z with 14 and Swift with 13.