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BATTLE OF THE
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Celebrity faceoff (6/24a)
CHART FINAL: DRAKE'S DANCE VICTORY
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SOULFUL NOIR
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See ya later, alligator. (6/23a)
NEAR TRUTHS: FROM THE MOUNTAINTOPS
I.B. Bad surveys the landscape. (6/22a)
SUPERSTAR RELEASES
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MUSIC BIZ SPECIAL
It's Comic-Con for numbers geeks.
THE BIG CHEESE
Theories of evolution from 30,000 feet.
THE NEXT GIANT DEAL
A&R in overdrive.
Music City
"WHAT IFS" GOES FOR GOLD
7/18/17


(l-r: UMPG’s Kent Earls, Sony Music Nashville’s Jim Catino, Ken Robold and Randy Goodman; EFG Management’s Martha Earls; Kane Brown; Sony Music Nashville’s Steve Hodges; WME’s Braeden Rountree and Rob Beckham)

RCA Nashville/Zone 4's Kane Brown hit two career milestones today with his single "What Ifs"—off his self-titled debut album. "What Ifs" not only broke into the Top 20 at Country radio, it was also certified gold by the RIAA. RIAA and Sony Music staff surprised Brown with the plaque, as well as a celebration honoring the achievement, where he's pictured above.

Country music's rising star rejoiced in the gold certification of breakout single "Used To Love You Sober"—off the Chapter 1 EPearlier this year, but "What Ifs" is his first track to reach the Top 20 at radio. 

Kane Brown debuted at #1 on the Country album charts in December of 2016, and Brown's currently coming to the end of a national tour. 


**Photo credit: Alan Poizner