YouTuber Jake Paul briefly hit the No. 2 spot on iTunes with his single “It’s Everyday Bro.” The song currently has almost 20 million views on YouTube.
Paul promoted the song on Twitter to his fans, hoping that it could reach No. 1. The actor also called out rapper Kendrick Lamar, writing “Sorry Kendrick!! I’ll let you have your spot back when the Jake Paulers are done.”
We can get it to # 1 today!!!
Let's hit it!!https://t.co/8LEkDyvjmP
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) June 1, 2017
Sorry Kendrick!! @kendricklamar
I'll let you have your spot back when the Jake Paulers are done
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) May 31, 2017
Listen to “It’s Everyday Bro” below.