Taylor Swift's move from country to pop has been nothing but positive for the starlet. 1989 was the best selling record of 2014, moving 1.287 million units in the first week. Soon after, and for the first time in Billboard 200 history, Swift became the first woman to succeeded her own No. 1 with another (when "Shake It Off" gave way to "Blank Space"). Then, of course, her song remained at the top of the charts for a remarkable 10+ weeks. It almost felt like there were no more ceilings for the singer-songwriter to break through.
Till now! Swift's star-studded "Bad Blood" video has surpassed Nicki Minaj's ass-tastic "Anaconda" video for most Vevo plays in a 24-hour time period. "Bad Blood" scored a whopping 20.1 million views.
We're sure Minaj is still "feelin' herself" (and so, for that matter, is this grandma?). Peep our favorite moments Minaj's new vid with Beyoncé and watch Taylor's action-packed "Bad Blood" (if you haven't already; what is wrong with you?) by clicking here.