For the first time in his career, Steve Lacy has found himself atop the charts. Lacy’s “Bad Habits” has beat out Nicki Minaj’s “Super Freaky Girl” and “I Like You” by Post Malone and Doja Cat to top the Billboard Hot 100.
“Damn, I didn’t even have to change for real. We are number one, baby! July 11th marked my first entry on the Billboard Hot 100. Today, October 3rd, I earned my first number one hit. Wow! Oh, wow! I feel heavy gratitude all over my body. You know how the story goes and how it’s going. iPhone boy to superstar,” Lacy wrote on Instagram.
“Bad Habits” isn’t the only one of Lacy’s songs to hit the Billboard Hot 100. “Static” currently sits in the 78th position and “Dark Red” currently sits at 79th.
Elsewhere, Harry Styles is also making history. After moving through a dozen sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden, Hary Styles makes history as “As It Was” becomes the first song in Billboard Hot 100 history to spend half of the year in the top three. Further behind Harry Styles, Glorilla makes her first appearance in the top 10 as “Tomorrow 2” featuring Cardi B debuts at number nine.