After bursting onto the scene in late 2007, Poe Boy/Atlantic recording artist Flo Rida has claimed a digital first. The Miami-based rapper’s debut smash single “Low,” from his debut album “MAIL ON SUNDAY,” has been named the top-selling digital song of the decade with over 5.2 million digital downloads sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. In addition, his 2009 hit single “Right Round” ranks #11 this decade, with nearly 4 million digital downloads sold.
This isn’t the first time Flo Rida has made digital history. “Right Round,” from the rapper’s 2009 album “R.O.O.T.S.” remains the highest-selling digital debut of all time. The track also remains the highest selling one-week digital single in history, with more than 636,000 downloads sold its debut week. The former one-week record, which was held by Flo Rida for “Low,” ranks #2 all-time with more than 467,000 digital downloads sold in a single week. In addition, “Right Round” is the fastest-selling digital single ever, with 1 million downloads sold in just two weeks.