A 17th different song ascends to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2020. 24kGoldn and iann dior‘s infectious “Mood” has slow-burned its way to No. 1, Billboard confirmed on Monday (October 19). The genre-blending track, which is both of their first chart-toppers, released back in July and finally found chart glory in its 10th week on the Hot 100.
“We got the number one song on Billboard right now,” the 19-year-old ecstatically began. “What a great way to fucking wake up. I’m only 19-years-old, I’m not even 20-years-old and we’re on top of the world. I did not think this shit was going to happen this fast if I’m being 100 percent honest with y’all. I knew we could do it, it was just a matter of time.”
While still in a state of euphoria, the California native followed up with another post realizing his teenage dreams to thank all of his supporters for making this moment possible.
“When i woke up this morning i ain’t expect to have my first #1 but god works in mysterious ways,” he wrote. “i appreciate the FUCK out of y’all, we a family n this shit just keeps growing and growing. thank u everyone who made this possible n everyone who believed life hit different at the top!”
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when i woke up this morning i ain’t expect to have my first #1 but god works in mysterious ways. i appreciate the FUCK out of y’all, we a family n this shit just keeps growing and growing. thank u everyone who made this possible n everyone who believed 💛💛💛 life hit different at the top!!!
“Mood” surged from No. 4 to No. 1 thanks to compiling 20.3 million U.S. streams and selling 7,000 downloads in the week ending October 15. Columbia Records brings home their fourth Hot 100 topper of 2020.
ain’t no higher than this
thank you to everyone who ever listened, this is just the start 💛 https://t.co/q9iB8QEjVv
— 24kGoldn (@24kGoldn) October 19, 2020
Iann dior added, “Wow…we got the #1 one song in the world !¡ Life really is only what you make it. Thank you to my team n everyone who helped make this happen. Time to celebrate.”
Revisit the “Mood” visual below.