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Post Malone becomes history’s youngest artist with 3 diamond singles


Posty has been delivering hits after hits, and at the age of only 25, he is a proud owner of three diamond singles, making him the youngest artist in the industry ever reached these highs. For a single to be diamond-certified, it has to reach the 10 million sales threshold.

In the case of Post Malone, he achieved this with the following singles: “Congratulations” ft. Quavo, “Sunflower” ft. Swae Lee, and “Rockstar” with 21 Savage.

He’s also breaking records with several of his song on Spotify. “Rockstar” has been streamed over 2 billion times, and seven other songs have already passed the golden one million streams.

The Texas-native artist also showed that his talent goes further than the style he represents in the above-mentioned songs. He livestreamed a jaw dropping Nirvana tribute last year along with Travis Barker, Brian Lee, and Nick Mack which raised over $3 million for coronavirus relief. He also played side by side with Red Hot Chili Peppers, partnered up with Ozzy Osbourne and Travis Scott for the song “Take what you want”, and the list just goes on.

When it comes to acting, he appeared in “Spenser Confidential” as a prison thug in 2020 and he’s about to be confronted by Jason Statham in Guy Richie’s action-thriller “Wrath of Man” this year.

Posty has been delivering hits after hits, and at the age of only 25, he is a proud owner of three diamond singles, making him the youngest artist in the industry ever reached these highs. For a single to be diamond-certified, it has to reach the 10 million sales threshold.

In the case of Post Malone, he achieved this with the following singles: “Congratulations” ft. Quavo, “Sunflower” ft. Swae Lee, and “Rockstar” with 21 Savage.

He’s also breaking records with several of his song on Spotify. “Rockstar” has been streamed over 2 billion times, and seven other songs have already passed the golden one million streams.

The Texas-native artist also showed that his talent goes further than the style he represents in the above-mentioned songs. He livestreamed a jaw dropping Nirvana tribute last year along with Travis Barker, Brian Lee, and Nick Mack which raised over $3 million for coronavirus relief. He also played side by side with Red Hot Chili Peppers, partnered up with Ozzy Osbourne and Travis Scott for the song “Take what you want”, and the list just goes on.

When it comes to acting, he appeared in “Spenser Confidential” as a prison thug in 2020 and he’s about to be confronted by Jason Statham in Guy Richie’s action-thriller “Wrath of Man” this year.