Last week, after months of teasing, Travis Scott finally dropped his new standalone single, "Highest In The Room." Now, Billboard has announced that the track has rocketed to the highest position on the Hot 100 chart, dethroning Lizzo who's reigned for the past six weeks with her 2016 single "Truth Hurts." "Highest In The Room" marks the second No. 1 single of Scott's career, following the ascent of "Sicko Mode" last December.
Ahead of "Highest In The Room," Scott recently sat down with Zayn Lowe to discuss the track, and hinted that there may be even more new tracks to follow. "I’m always down to drop music and serve some packs to the fans," he told Lowe. "It’s time for the fans to eat."