‘Post Malone’ Joins Post Malone On Pop Songs Chart, Thanks to Sam Feldt’s Tribute


Post follows the likes of Tim McGraw and Beyoncé as both charted artists and song titles.

Post Malone, the artist, ranks on the latest Pop Songs chart. So does "Post Malone," the song.

"Post Malone" by Sam Feldt (featuring Rani) debuts at No. 37 on Billboard's mainstream top 40-based Pop Songs  airplay chart (dated Aug. 24), as Post Malone himself rises 10-8 with his latest single, "Goodbyes" (featuring Young Thug).

Feldt's ode, a top 10 hit on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, shouts out the singer-rapper: "Tonight, we go all night long/ We party like Post Malone!"

The Post Malone/"Post Malone" Pop Songs double-up echoes Taylor Swift's debut hit "Tim McGraw," which entered Hot Country Songs on July 1, 2006, as McGraw's "When the Stars Go Blue" ranked at No. 4.

The twofer also calls back to The Carefrees' "We Love You Beatles," which hit No. 39 on the Billboard Hot 100 in April 1964 concurrent with 14 entries by The Beatles.

Meanwhile, just last week, Beyoncé ranked back-to-back with a song in which she's name-checked in the title: On the Aug. 17 Hot R&B Songs chart, Drake's "Girls Love Beyonce" (featuring James Fauntleroy) placed at No. 9. The song directly above, at No. 8? "Before I Let Go," by the artist girls (and boys) love, Beyoncé.