SAINt JHN's four-year-old song "Roses" becomes his first-ever track to bless the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100.
SAINt JHN has been celebrating a legion of new fans after his four-year-old song "Roses" was revived on social media after a remix by an underground Kazakhstan-based producer went viral, helping him get the record to Billboard Hot 100's Top 10.
For the first time in his career, SAINt JHN has gotten a single in the Top 10 of the chart as a lead artist. The Brooklyn artist has written songs for Rihanna, Usher, Jidenna, Beyoncé, and more but, as a solo artist, he has not seen the same success as the musicians he's helped out with his pen game. Now, he surprisingly can celebrate a new achievement with a song he had likely never expected to take off like this.
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Fresh off the official remix with Future, SAINt JHN is cradling his head in his hands after "Roses" marked #10 on this week's edition of the Billboard Hot 100.
The track's popularity has been bolstered through a remix by Imanbek, who released the remix after attempting to reach JHN on Instagram. He did not receive a reply and, shortly after the song's release, it blew up on Tik Tok.
"Wow," wrote SAINt JHN on Twitter, reacting to his feat.