Reaching yet another major milestone on his path to superstardom, G Herbo’s thought-provoking and timely anthem “PTSD” [feat. Juice WRLD, Lil Uzi Vert, & Chance the Rapper] just received a platinum certification from the RIAA. This marks the critically acclaimed Chicago luminary’s very first platinum plaque. It also speaks to the sustained positive impact of the track. Its bare honesty and bold message continue to uplift with over 109 million Spotify streams and 24 million YouTube views on the static audio. “PTSD” quite literally defined hip-hop in 2020.
As a well-deserved victory lap, G Herbo and Chance the Rapper just linked up to perform the song on the Recording Academy’s “PRESS PLAY” broadcast across GRAMMY.com. With a portrait of the late legend Juice WRLD watching over them, the candlelit full band rendition captures the essence of the track with emphasis on the words and emotion. Within just a day, it clocked over 44K YouTube views This continues ongoing coverage from GRAMMY.com who spoke to Herbo earlier this year at length about mental health and more.
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