After turning into a Phillies anthem a number of years in the past, Calum Scott’s ‘Dancing On My Personal’ simply crossed 1 billion streams on Spotify.
English singer-songwriter Calum Scott simply celebrated one billion streams of his remix of “Dancing On My Personal” on Spotify — and he thanked an American baseball workforce and its followers for serving to him get there.
For the previous few seasons, the Philadelphia Phillies have used Scott’s remix of Swedish pop singer Robyn’s 2010 jam as their playoff anthem. With Phillies followers cranking it as much as eleven and the workforce going to the World Sequence final season, Scott’s observe loved a big increase in reputation.
To rejoice the milestone, Scott posted a video on social media on Wednesday, thanking his collaborators and listeners for serving to him cross the billion-stream threshold.
“Thanks a lot to all people who has contributed to me having the ability to sit right here very proudly with one among these plaques commemorating a billion streams of my model of ‘Dancing On My Personal,’” mentioned Scott. “Huge thanks to Robyn, as all the time. To Tiesto, to all people who made this music what it’s — I wouldn’t be right here if it weren’t for you guys.”
Scott additionally shouted out the Phillies, expressing how grateful he’s to the gamers and the followers for serving to “Dancing On My Personal” rack up the streams: “Additionally simply wish to say an enormous thanks to the Phillies, all of their followers, and everybody within the metropolis who has embraced this music for a second time. I’m grateful for each single play.”
Calum Scott isn’t the one artist having fun with some extra play as the results of a baseball workforce. After the Texas Rangers revealed they typically hearken to Creed’s “Increased” on the workforce bus, the followers picked up the custom by singing the music at video games. The band even tweeted its help for the Rangers earlier this month.