The Recording Industry Association of America recently honored Kane Brown with two new awards: Brown’s self-titled debut album and hit single “Heaven” both have earned official Platinum certification for reaching the one million unit threshold of total physical sales, downloads and on-demand audio and/or video stream equivalents.
“Heaven” is Brown’s third track to achieve Platinum or Multi-Platinum certification. “What Ifs” featuring Lauren Alaina became Double-Platinum in January and “Used to Love You Sober” became Platinum in February. Brown was recently awarded a Guinness World Record for becoming the first act to top five U.S. country charts simultaneously.
Brown will perform during the upcoming 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards airing live on CBS on April 15, 8/7 p.m. CT. He is also a double ACM nominee this year, up for ACM’s New Male Vocalist and Vocal Event of the Year for “What Ifs” featuring Lauren Alaina.
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