Igniting 2018, Post Malone shatters the record for “Longest #1 Run on the Spotify Global Chart” with “rockstar” [feat. 21 Savage]. The RIAA double-platinum smash now holds the top spot […]
Igniting 2018, Post Malone shatters the record for “Longest #1 Run on the Spotify Global Chart” with “rockstar” [feat. 21 Savage]. The RIAA double-platinum smash now holds the top spot on the chart for an unprecedented and unmatched 108 days and counting with no signs of slowing or stopping either. It’s the perfect milestone for “the 21st century’s biggest rockstar” to kick off the new year
The song’s achievements continue mounting at a rapid pace. Quickly achieving a RIAA double-Platinum certification, it has spent eight consecutive weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, the longest stay atop the chart for a rap song in 2017. It also made history as “The first U.S. Hip-Hop Song to be #1 for Consecutive Weeks in the UK since Run D.M.C.’s ‘It’s Like That’ in 1998” and set Canada’s record for “All Time Streams in One Week.” With over 650+ million worldwide streams, global consumption exceeds 6 million and it currently clinched the #1 on the Global Spotify Chart for 108 days in a row and counting.
Check out the “rockstar” remix featuring Nicky Jam and Ozuna HERE!
His full-length debut, Stoney [Republic Records], simultaneously dominated the charts for 365 days and counting. Within one year since its December 9, 2016 release, the record earned a RIAA double-Platinum certification and spawned an unbreakable string of six Platinum hits—namely “Congratulations” [feat. Quavo] (6x-Platinum) and named #1 Watched Video on Vevo in the U.S., “White Iverson” (5x-Platinum), “Go Flex” (2x-Platinum), “Déjà vu” [feat. Justin Bieber] (Platinum), “I Fall Apart” (Platinum), “Too Young” (Platinum), and “No Option” (Gold). For eleven straight weeks and a total of 18 weeks, it held a spot in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200, peaking at #4.
So far, it’s staked out a spot on the Top 200 for 52 total weeks. With cumulative global streams exceeding 4.6 billion with global consumption at 3.4 million (70% in the U.S.), Stoney proves its status as the “#1 Debut Hip-Hop Artist of 2016”. As reported by Billboard, it also completed the “longest climb ever to #1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart” in history, breaking the previous record set in 1989, and topping the chart in its 51st week of release. In addition, Stoney was “the #3 Overall Streaming Album of 2017.”