Post Malone breaks record for most diamond songs in RIAA history

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Post Malone breaks record for most diamond songs in RIAA history

Post Malone has now broken the record for most diamond-certified songs in RIAA history after securing three more diamond plaques this week.

On Thursday (April 20), the songs “I Fall Apart,” “Better Now” and “Circles” were all certified diamond, which now means Posty has eight diamond plaques to his name — the most ever, according to Chart Data.

The other tracks that have hit 10 million-plus are “Psycho,” “Rockstar,” and his Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse hit “Sunflower,” which also recently made history as the highest charting RIAA-certified single ever.

Diamond plaques aside, this past year has been filled with many other big certification wins for the Syracuse native. Among them, “Congratulations” and “Pyscho” were certified 14x platinum and 10x platinum respectively, while his debut single, “White Iverson,” was certified 10x platinum. “Wow” and “Go Flex” were also certified 8x platinum and 6x platinum, respectively.

The celebratory news comes after Post Malone just released his most recent single “Chemical” on Friday (April 14). This comes after he dropped his most recent album, Twelve Carat Toothache,last June, which features appearances from The Weeknd, Gunna, Doja Cat, The Kid LAROI and others.

In other Posty news, the hitmaker attended the opening of a Raising Cane’s restaurant in Midvale, Utah, after personally helping design the pink location.

“Post and I not only have a special friendship, but we are fans of each other’s brand, and we are excited to reveal this Post Malone designed Raising Cane’s,” Todd Graves, Raising Cane’s Founder, said in a statement.

This collaboration goes above and beyond to combine Post’s legendary vision with our award-winning Chicken Fingers. It’s over the top – something the restaurant industry has never seen to this level. I can’t wait for fans to visit the location and order their meal the “Posty Way.’”

The location will sport exclusive cups and other merchandise, including a Post Malone-themed vending machine.

“I have the best childhood memories of eating at Raising Cane’s in Dallas,” Post added in his own statement. “Collaborating with Todd on this restaurant near my house in Utah was awesome and I can’t wait for everyone to order their meal the ‘Posty Way’.”