After clinging to the No. 2 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks, Steve Lacy has scored his first-ever No. 1 on the chart with “Bad Habit.”

As reported by Billboard, the song garnered 20.4 million streams, 40.3 million radio airplay audience impressions, and 2,000 downloads sold during the Sept. 23-29 tracking week. Lacy has two other tracks in the Hot 100 at the moment, too, with “Static” and “Dark Red” sitting at No. 78 and No. 79 respectively. By achieving the top spot, “Bad Habit” has pushed Harry Styles’ “As It Was” to the No. 2 position after it spent 15 weeks at No. 1.

“damn i ain’t even have to change fr 😂😂 we #1 babyyyyy," wrote Lacy in an Instagram post celebrating the achievement. "july 11th was my first entry at 100 and today oct 3rd my first entry at #1. wow oh wow. i feel heavy gratitude all over my body. u know how the story goessss and how it’s goin. iphone boy to superstar 🤷🏾‍♂️."

“Bad Habit” appeared on Lacy’s second studio album, Gemini Rights, which got a lot of praise from Kanye West upon its release.

“Album is beautiful,” commented Ye on Lacy’s Instagram post about the release of the record. “One of the most inspiring people on the planet.” Lacy worked with Ye during the Donda countdown livestream last year, although he ultimately didn’t show up on the finished album. When asked about the experience, he simply told GQ, “It was cool, it was cool.”