Skylar Grey, Polo G, Mozzy and Eminem’s “Last One Standing” single has been certified GOLD in the United States, meaning, the song has sold more than 500,000 units in the country.
“Last One Standing” serves as the official theme song to the 2021 Columbia Pictures movie, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, a sequel to the 2018 movie, Venom, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. The song was released a day before the release of the movie.
It debuted at No. 78 on the US Billboard Hot 100, making it Skylar Grey’s first entry on the chart as a lead artist and Mozzy’s first overall entry on the chart. The accompanying lyric video to the song is presented as a duet between Venom and his offspring Carnage, discussing their respective hosts.
In the single, there is also a remix of Eminem’s song “Venom” from his album Kamikaze, which was the titular theme for the previous film and is double platinum in the United States.
Skylar Grey and Polo G decided to celebrate having a gold single with Eminem on Twitter. Check their tweets below:
It’s official. We GOLD. #LastOneStanding #polog #mozzy #eminem #skylargrey #venom pic.twitter.com/TMHRLiZ0Nw
— Skylar Grey (@SkylarGrey) September 30, 2022
I gat plaques w all the goats🐐 https://t.co/RXicjW2Zrw
— Polo.G🐐 (@Polo_Capalot) October 2, 2022