- A-Reece took the number 1 spot on Apple Music's All Genres chart for the first time this week
- A-Reece took to social media and shared his good news with his 1.3 million Twitter followers
- The rapper bagged the number 1 spot with his new single titled The 5 Year Plan
A-Reece took to social media recently to share that he has bagged his first number 1 on Apple Music. The star topped Apple Music's All Genres chart with his new song, The Five Year Plan. He features Wordz on the dope track.
The excited rapper took to Twitter on 23 January and shared a screenshot from the music streaming service. He beat international superstars such as Justin Bieber, The Weeknd and Tiesto, among others. The musician captioned his post:
"First time for everything."
A-Reece is expected to drop more music in March. The star promised his loyal fans a mixtape before he drops the highly-anticipated Paradise 2 album. The star's stans took to his comment section to congratulate him for taking the number 1 spot on Apple Music. Check out some of their comments below:
"This is beautiful."
"You're the G.O.A.T."
"I love this for him."
"We're back at the top of the charts!! Let's go."
"You deserve it baby... We love you."
In related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that A-Reece dropped a new single titled The 5 Year Plan. As expected, the rapper's name trended on social media when he dropped the track on Friday morning, 22 January.
The star took to Twitter and told his loyal fans that he has dropped new music for them and they lost it. The musician's stans have been waiting for him to drop new music since 2020. Towards the end of that year, A-Reece had hinted that his album titled Paradise 2 had been done and ready for release.
He has not released the highly-anticipated project yet. Instead he dropped the dope single on Friday. The artist shared the snippet of the song and captioned it: "'THE 5 YEAR PLAN' OUT NOW."
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Source: Briefly News