Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane earned their first ever Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 song thanks to the success of “Black Beatles” due to the Mannequin Challenge.

The song saw a resurgence in sales and digital stream over the last couple of weeks after it became the standard soundtrack to the now viral Mannequin Challenge. The track even got a cosign from a real life Beatles, Paul McCartney.

“Black Beatles” is featured on Rae Remmurd’s last album SremmLife 2, which was released in September. The Mike WiLL Made-It-produced track was sitting at No. 9 before the Mannequin Challenge but catapult to No. 1 in just a mere week.

“To be able to put Gucci Mane, the person that gave me my first opportunity in music, and Rae Sremmurd, the debut artist from my [imprint, Eardrummer], on what’s both [Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane’s] biggest record ever, and the first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 for both, is something I could have never imagined or dreamed of,” Mike WiLL Made-It told Billboard.

The producer, as well as, Gucci Mane tweeted about the achievement earlier this week. “We the definition of hard work paying off, & patience being a virtue,” he wrote on Twitter.

“Triple salute to my brother mike will and Rae sremmurd !!!!Black Beatles number one record! my first number1 and to do it with fam! Perfect,” Gucci tweeted.