Travis Scott Receives First Diamond Single With "SICKO MODE"

Selling 10 million copies in a span of only two years and four months.

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Travis Scott‘s celebrated Astroworld cut “SICKO MODE” has officially received diamond certification from the RIAA, selling a whopping 10 million copies.

The Drake, Swae Lee and Big Hawk-assisted single marks the rapper’s fist ever diamond single and he achieved this impressive feat in approximately just two years and four months. Undeniably one of Scott’s most celebrated tracks, “SICKO MODE” hit one million units and went platinum in September 2018 — just a month after it was released.

Released as the second single off Astroworld, the single was Scott’s first ever No. 1 hit and became the first hip-hop song to spend a minimum of 30 weeks in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. “SICKO MODE” also gave the rapper his third and fourth overall Grammy nominations, receiving nods for Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance.

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