Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh (ooh)
Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh
She was a bad bad, nevertheless (yeah)
Callin’ it quits now, baby, I’m a wreck (ayy)
Crash at my place, baby, you’re a wreck (ayy)
She was a bad bad, nevertheless
Callin’ it quits now, baby, I’m a wreck
Crash at my place, baby, you’re a wreck
Thinkin’ in a bad way, losin’ your grip
Screamin’ at my face, baby, don’t trip
Lookin’ at you sideways, party on tilt
Ooh, some things you just can’t refuse
She wanna ride me like a cruise
Unless I stuck by ya
You’re a sunflower
I think your love would be too much
Persons in Charge of Sunflower Lyrics
“Sunflower” (Sunflower Lyrics)“) is a song performed by American rappers and singers Post Malone and Swae Lee. It was released as a single from the soundtrack to the film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and is included on Post Malone’s third studio album Hollywood’s Bleeding (2019).
Swae Lee is first artist to top the Hot 100 as a solo artist in a lead credit after reigning with a duo or group, since Justin Timberlake in 2016.
The Sunflower Lyrics was released on October 18, 2018. It became Malone’s third and Lee’s first song as a soloist to top the Billboard Hot 100 and charted in the top ten of the chart for 33 weeks, becoming one of only three songs to achieve this feat at the time. “Sunflower” was nominated for Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.
On October 18, 2018, a lyric video of the song was released. The video is composed of footage of the film. The Sunflower lyrics are presented in the comic book style of the film, edited into the context of various scenes, such as graffiti scrawled by Miles Morales.
On January 10, 2019, an official music video of the song was released, which is live action. The video contains an exclusive look at the recording session for the song showing the film logo behind Malone and Lee and a live performance.Since its release, the lyric video has received over 1 billion views on YouTube.
Additionally, “Sunflower” is the highest-charting song from a Spider-Man franchise soundtrack, passing Chad Kroeger’s “Hero”, featuring Josey Scott, from Music from and Inspired by Spider-Man, which reached number three in 2002.
The First Hot 100 Number One
“Sunflower Lyrics” also marks the first Hot 100 number one by two co-billed male leads with no other accompanying acts since George Michael and Elton John’s “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” (1992).
Due to the large airplay lead of “Without Me” by Halsey, “Sunflower Lyrics” descended to number two the following week. It continuously shuffled within the top five the following four months, going so far as to return to the runner-up spot in March and April.
The Canadian Hot 100 for Two Consecutive Weeks
The song has thus far spent 33 non-consecutive weeks in the top ten of the Hot 100, tying both Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” and Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You”, featuring Cardi B, for the longest top 10 run in the chart’s archives. Malone’s “Circles” broke the mentioned record in 2020. “Sunflower” topped the Canadian Hot 100 for two consecutive weeks.
fourth most successful song of 2019
According to the IFPI, “Sunflower” was fourth most successful song of 2019, selling 13.4 million global equivalents-units. In the US, according to Nielsen Soundscan, it was the second-best performing R&B/hip-hop song of 2019, with 6.3 million equivalent units, including 668,000 digital downloads, and the fourth-best performing song on radio on that format.
Criticism of the Sunflower Lyrics
In Billboard, Gil Kaufman called it “a funky, dreamy ballad” after listening to a preview of the song. Israel Daramola from Spin called “Sunflower” a “glitchy, soulful record” that “will appeal to fans of the more melodic songs made by Post and Swae Lee, as they commit to full crooning throughout.
It’s a short and sweet, hazy little pop song that makes sense for a kid’s film or possibly an MTV show about California teens”.Patrick Doyle of Rolling Stone characterized the “hyper-catchy” song as “a diary of a rocky relationship, which walks the line between hip-hop and dream-pop”.