Reba’s debut release for Starstruck/Valory, Keep On Loving You, has been certified gold by the RIAA. With this certification, every Reba studio album since 1984’s My Kind of Country has been certified Gold or higher. With her long run of sales successes, Reba has earned more RIAA sales certifications than any female artist in country music history.
“It is always a thrill to get a Gold record,” says the singer. “I have been blessed to get to record some great songs from great songwriters and then go into the studio and work with great producers and musicians. My Valory team, led by Scott Borchetta, have played a huge role in the success of this CD.”
All eyes were on Reba when she made the move to an independent label,” says Valory Music Co. President & CEO Borchetta. “It’s very gratifying that Reba and the Valory team have not only hit the initial goals but we have exceeded them with her first-ever #1 Billboard Top 200 album debut and her longest-to-date #1 single, ‘Consider Me Gone.'”
With the success of “Consider Me Gone,” Reba, who is currently celebrating her 14th ACM Top Female Vocalist nomination, joins Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood and Gretchen Wilson as the only female country artists to log more than three weeks at No. 1 in the past 10 years. Filmed recently in Los Angeles, the music video for “I Keep On Loving You” features generations of Reba and her husband’s families and friends as well as The Young & The Restless stars Tracey Bregman Recht and Christian LeBlanc. You can check the video below.