Polo G “Rapstar” Debuts At No. 1 On Billboard 100 Charts
How it sound when you winning.
In it’s first week, “Rapstar” clocked 53.6 million U.S. streams with sold 5,300 downloads and 844,000 radio airplay audience impressions.
It also marks the highest streaming debut of the year so far by a male artist and the second largest streaming debut in overall acts.
On Monday (April 19), the Chicago rapper took to his Instagram to celebrate the milestone. “It’s Crazy I really Manifested this shit💯I got a long list of goals imma b scratchin off just this year alone🙇🏾…Only 52 ppl ever debuted @ #1 on the billboard hot 100 & I’m part of that group U can’t tell me I ain’t chosen I done really beat the odds fr From A Place where niggas like me b the 1st to die who woulda thought I’ll go #1🏆🏆….thank y’all Mann🖤🖤🖤I can’t stress that enough Ik I work hard asf & y’all work just as hard supporting me We gone keep goin up fr🙏🏾REAL #rapstar 🌟Album comin sooooonnnnnnn #Halloffame🏆
“Rapstar” is the second Hot 100 top 10 for Polo G. His previous was Juice WRLD and Marshmello’s “Hate The Other Side” featuring himself and The Kid Laroi, which debuted and peaked at No. 10 in July 2020. Congrats.