Poe Boy/Atlantic Records artist Flo Rida makes history today with a record showing on the Nielsen digital sales charts weeks before his debut album hits the streets. Flo Rida's single, "Low," broke the record for most consecutive weeks as the No. 1 ringtone in the country on the Nielsen RingScan chart, with 13 weeks in the top spotSee Also:
The performance has fueled further anticipation for Flo Rida's debut album, Mail on Sunday, which will be released on March 18th
Flo Rida is also the first ever debut artist to have two Top 10 digital singles prior to an artist's album release. "Low" was at the top of the SoundScan digital singles chart for 13 weeks in a row while "Elevator," the second single from Mail on Sunday, entered the Top 10 only three weeks after its release
"We can't say enough about how excited we are with the digital success of both 'Low' and 'Elevator' from Flo's outstanding debut album," said Mike Caren, EVP, A&R for Atlantic Records.
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