The international effort, with contributors from as far afield as Indonesia, Thailand, India, Pakistan, Kenya, Egypt and Nigeria, was devised as a way of showing how groups of people can still have fun despite not physically being together.
In the end, the 51 participants spent a total of one hour and 11 minutes rapping.
The mammoth relay was kicked off by Egyptian rapper Kareem Rafat, with Chinese rapper Omar bringing the tune to a close.
In the middle, Lerry Khan, a Pakistani Tik Tok star with one million followers took part along with a fellow Tik Tokker Hassan, who has 500,000 followers.
One of the singers, Eric from the Philippines, said: “I felt honoured and happy with our achievement because the record is not only related to one brand, but all of us as a community.”
The attempt has now been ratified by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS.
Infinix launched the record attempt to showcase its Hot 10 phone.
A spokesperson, added: “The Infinix Hot 10 is all about empowering users to stay connected, share experiences, and have fun.
“That’s why challenging ourselves to break a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title, embrace global creativity and showcase the technology at our fingertips – and in our pockets – with a record-breaking rap relay is the perfect way to celebrate the launch of the Infinix Hot 10.”