Pooh Shiesty’s New Nightcore: Multi-platinum rapper Pooh Shiesty is celebrating the two year anniversary of the “Back in Blood (Feat. Lil Durk)” single with a New Nightcore remix.
“Come get it back in blood,” Shiesty asserts, while letting out a purr.
According to the press release, “Released on November 6, 2020, ‘Back In Blood (Feat. Lil Durk)’ proved an instant smash, ultimately earning 4x RIAA platinum certification for sales in excess of over 4.5M. Currently boasting more than 568M worldwide streams, the track peaked at #1 on Apple Music’s ‘Hip-Hop/Rap’ and ‘All Genre’ charts, reached #4 on Rolling Stone’s ‘Top 100,’ #6 on Billboard’s ‘Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs’ and #13 on the overall Billboard 200, while also scoring on Spotify’s ‘US Viral 50’ and ‘Top 200’ tallies. Named by Variety as one of 2021’s Top 25 hits, ‘Back In Blood’ was joined by an official visual which earned 2.4M views on YouTube within its first 24 hours and is now on its way to over 280M views.”
The track saw Shiesty’s stock rocket two years ago. “’Back In Blood’ immediately affirmed Pooh Shiesty as a major force in modern hip-hop, rocketing the Memphis, TN-based rapper to the top of Rolling Stone’s Breakthrough 25′ as well as Billboard’s ‘Emerging Artists’ and ‘Artist 100’ charts,” reads the release. “Shiesty – who made his late night TV debut with a performance of ‘Back In Blood’ on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – went on to earn a long list of honors and accolades, beginning with a ‘Best New Artist’ nomination from the 2021 BET Awards and followed by multiple nods from the 2021 BET Hip-Hop Awards, including ‘Best New Hip-Hop Artist,’ ‘Song of the Year,’ and ‘Best Collaboration,’ as well as a 2022 Billboard Music Awardsnomination for ‘Top New Artist.’ Shiesty was also crowned as ‘Rookie Of The Year’ by RapCaviar, featured among XXL’s 2021 Freshman Class, and named Billboard’s first-ever ‘Hip-Hop/R&B Rookie of The Month’.”
Pooh Shiesty’s New Nightcore: Pooh Shiesty’s New Nightcore remix of “Back in Blood” is out now.
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