Machine Gun Kelly released his star-studded collaborative track, “I Think I’m OKAY,” which features Yungblud and Travis Barker in early June 2019 and now in July 2020, the song has reached a huge milestone.
“I Think I’m OKAY” was released as a single on June 7, 2019, from Machine Gun Kelly’s fourth studio album, Hotel Diablo. The song’s music video, which was directed by Andrew Sandler, was released just a few days later on June 14 and featured cameos from Noah Cyrus, Halsey and FaZe Clan. The video went on to achieve over 1 million views in the first 24-hours of its release.
The song earned its RIAA Gold certification on December 9, 2019 confirming over 500,000 in US units, with each unit equal to 1 paid download or 150 streams.
Since then the song has went on to amass thousands more streams. Earning its RIAA Platinum certification on July 7, 2020 for over 1 Million in US units, with each unit equal to 1 paid download or 150 streams.
When speaking about the song to NME, Yungblud shared that if “I Think I’m OKAY” earns Platinum certification and gets over 100 million views on the music video. The trio will go on to release an EP and potentially tour together.
“We love working together so much that we’ve said if the music video gets 100 million views and the song goes platinum then me, Travis and Machine Gun Kelly will do an EP together and potentially a tour.” he shared.
The music video currently boasts of over 46.4 million views and counting but has now earns it Platinum certification. So just another 54 million views and the trio will tour and create an EP together.
Machine Gun Kelly is set to release his much-anticipated, pop-punk album, Tickets To My Downfall, later this summer.