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KANE BROWN STACKS HIS PLAQUES
9/29/20

RCA Nashville/Zone 4’s Kane Brown recently celebrated new career milestones with his manager Martha Earls and Sony Music Nashville Chairman/CEO Randy Goodman.

On 9/28, Brown was surprised with multiple RIAA certifications for his hit songs “What Ifs” f/Lauren Alaina and “Heaven.” Each were certified 6x multi-Platinum and earned more than 1b streams to date.

Brown’s singles “Good as You,” “Lose It” and “One Thing Right” with Marshmello were also certified 2x Platinum, while “Be Like That” with Swae Lee and Khalid was certified Gold. He also received a plaque commemorating the Platinum certification for his album Experiment, which was previously announced in March.

With the new 6X Platinum upgrades, Brown joins Taylor Swift and Luke Bryan as the only artists with multiple 6X Platinum or more country song certifications.

Recently announced certifications also include Brown’s current country hit “Cool Again” which is Gold, along with “What’s Mine Is Yours,” “Hometown” and “Thunder in the Rain,” while “Found You” is certified Platinum and “Homesick” is 2X Platinum.

Pictured above are (l-r) Earls, Brown and Goodman. Later, the plaques served as useful camouflage when an editor from this publication tried to stop by.

Photo Credit: Matt Berinato