Female Country Artists Garner RIAA Digital Gold Certifications

RIAASeveral female country artists garnered digital gold certifications from the RIAA’s Gold and Platinum Program in April.

Carrie Underwood‘s “Smoke Break” and “Heartbeat” were both certified as digital gold singles.

Kelsea Ballerini‘s “Dibs,” Jana Kramer‘s “Whiskey,” and Maren Morris‘ “My Church” also earned digital gold single certifications.

However, the larger certifications for April went to Chris Young, Florida Georgia Line, and Canaan Smith.

Florida Georgia Line’s debut hit “Cruise,” has ben certified as a diamond-certified single by the RIAA, signifying 10 million units combining sales and streaming figures.

Young had four tracks certified as digital platinum singles, including “Aw Naw,” “You,” “Gettin’ You Home,” and “Who I Am With You.” His single “Neon” was certified as a digital gold single.

Smith’s “Love You Like That” also garnered a digital platinum single certification.

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