It seems that Swedes have rushed to listen to the alternative arrangement, with Ibrahimovic invited to accept a gold disc on Monday, in recognition of the number of times it has been streamed.
"My Gold Record Award for 3,000,000 Swedish streams of my version of the National anthem," the footballer wrote on Instagram, beneath a photo of him holding a framed poster celebrating his success.
"Rumour has it that it’s the most streamed national anthem ever… Either way, it’s pretty cool," he added.
The player, whose parents were born in Bosnia and Croatia, does not sing Sweden's usual national anthem during international tournaments. He told Swedish newspaper Dagens Industri last year that he felt it was "tedious" and hoped his alternative anthem would become more popular.
The 34-year-old added that his rendition demonstrated that "we are all different, yet similar".