Sydney artist Starley and New Zealand producer P-Money have joined an exclusive club this week after their hit song, Call On Me, reached over one billion streams.

The artists are now recognised in APRA AMCOS' The 1,000,000,000 List, alongside the likes of Flume (Never Be Like You), Dean Lewis (Be Alright) and Nat Dunn (MARSHMELLO's Friends).

Call On Me, released in 2016, became an international hit and cracked #1 in Belgium as well charting in the top ten in the UK, USA, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Scotland and Switzerland.

Local producer Ryan Riback's remix of the single also proved to be a global success.

“It’s an absolute honour to be recognised by APRA AMCOS with this award, especially since it reflects the millions of people that connected with a song that’s so personal to me," Starley said.

"A very huge thanks to the one and only Ryan Riback. His remix took the song to the next level."

P-Money added, “I greatly appreciate the award and the recognition, and I’d like to thank Starley, Ryan Riback, APRA AMCOS, Kobalt, Sam Dutch, B-Side and Archie from Central Station".