Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé’s “Savage (Remix)” is the No. 1 song in the country
The mega-collab has hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé’s “Savage (Remix)” has peaked at No.1 placement on the Billboard Hot 100. After debuting at No. 2 two weeks ago underneath Doja Cat and Nicki Minaj’s “Say So (Remix),” the mega-collab has now pushed up from fifth place to the top of the chart (May 26).
“Hotties and the Hive did dat,” Megan celebrated on Twitter, retweeting Billboard’s chart announcement.
Billboard also reports that the “Savage (Remix)” has peaked at No. 1 on the Digital Song Sales chart, with a 55 percent increase to 30,000 song downloads. The song remains at No. 2 on the Streaming Songs chart with 30.5 million streams in the country.
On Instagram, the Houston Hottie promised fans that while the “Savage (Remix)” is her first Hot 100 No. 1, it won’t be her last.
“HOTTIES WE ARE NUMBER 1 ON THE HOT 100 FOR THEE FIRST TIME EVERRRR,” Megan wrote. “WE FU*KING DID IT. thank you GOD. this is our first but it damn sure won’t be our last ! I love y’all so much. HOUSTON WE GOT ONE.”
Following her collaboration with Bey, Megan explained to her fans what working with the superstar had meant to her on Instagram Live.
“It’s really crazy ‘cause like, my mama was like a really huge fan of like Beyoncé and she used to make me watch a lot of Beyoncé stuff,” Megan revealed. “And it’s like, when I met her I was like, ‘Oh my God.’ And I ain’t wanna be like, ‘Oh my God Beyoncé me and my mama love you.’”
“This sh*t is crazy — And it’s just like, for Beyoncé to even do a song with me — I really only been out for like two years,” she continued. “This is the beginning of year number two. Like, Beyoncé? It’s really crazy.”
Megan and Bey are also donating proceeds from their collaboration to Houston’s Bread Of Life COVID-19 relief efforts. See her post below.
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