The RIAA’s November Gold and Platinum certifications for U.S. Single and Album shipments reflect positively on Nashville this month.
Taylor Swift received high honors for triple-platinum sales alongside BMLG labelmates, including Florida Georgia Line’s Platinum single “Cruise,” Tim McGraw’s Gold certified “Truck Yeah,” and Justin Moore’s Gold album, Outlaws Like Me.
Country holiday albums shipments were strong this past month, including Christmas with Scotty McCreery (Mercury/19/Interscope) and Blake Shelton’s Cheers It’s Christmas (Warner Bros), each receiving Gold recognitions.
Kenny Chesney’s Blue Chair Records/Columbia Nashville release, “Come Over,” earned platinum status as well as Miranda Lambert’s RCA Records Nashville single, “Over You.” Chesney’s Greatest Hits II, Toby Keith singles from Mercury and DreamWorks, and Zac Brown Band’s Uncaged also received honors.
See the full list of November Awards here.
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