Pinoy hip-hop hitmaker Hev Abi has just added another milestone under his belt.

As of May 10, Hev Abi’s chart-breaking record Kung Alam Mo Lang (If Only You Knew) is Spotify’s most streamed Filipino album for the past 16 weeks. According to Spotify’s chart data, the album has stayed in the top 200 for 28 consecutive weeks since first debuting on the chart on October 26, 2023 (six days after its release) at the 78th spot.

Kung Alam Mo Lang occupied the charts’ top spot on the week of February 8, and stayed there for six weeks until it was overtaken by Ariana Grande’s eternal sunshine on the week of March 14. It would remain on the second spot until the week of April 18, when it retook No. 1. It slinked back to third spot after Taylor Swift released The Tortured Poets Department, and has stayed between No. 3 and No. 2 since then.

Hev Abi’s success has garnered him over six million monthly listeners on Spotify, with more than 10 of his songs reeling in tens of millions of streams a piece. His most streamed track, “Alam Mo Ba Girl” (Don’t You Know, Girl) is on the cusp of being his first track to be streamed over 100 million times.

In our exclusive track by track guide of the album with the rapper, he said that “Alam Mo Ba Girl” was one of the two tracks that he produced himself. He revealed, ““Sa ‘Alam Mo Ba Girl,’ ako nag-produce na yon, pati ‘Binibiroksi.’ Isa sa mga favorite na bagay sa [kanta] ay yung beat o instrumental na ginawa ko. Yung first part, ‘Mamaya na ‘ko uuwi,’ yung piano sa likod nun ay sample ng [‘Green Eyes‘ ni] Erykah Badu. Yung second part ng kanta, yung drums na ginamit ko doon, [galing sa] ‘Didn’t Cha Know’ ni Erykah Badu. Inspired by Erykah Badu [yung kanta]…sa words, kung paano ko dinala yung chorus.”

[In ‘Alam Mo Ba Girl,’ I was the one who produced it, along with ‘Binibiroksi.’ One of my favorite parts of the song is the instrumental I made. The first part, ‘I’ll go home later,’ the piano in the back is a sample of ‘Green Eyes’ by Erykah Badu. The second part, the drums that I use are from ‘Didn’t Cha Know’ by Erykah Badu. The song is inspired by Erykah Badu, from the words, how I sing the chorus.]