Russell Dickerson Mines Some “Tacoma” Gold

Pictured (L-R): John Dennis, Russell Dickerson and Norbert Nix.

Russell Dickerson recently celebrated the RIAA Gold certification for his second single, “Blue Tacoma.” The song has reached over 500K in sales and over 121 million streams since its release.

“The song going gold is a huge milestone for me. The fact that so many people have connected with this single is what I dreamed about when I first started writing songs,” said Dickerson. Quoting lyrics from the newly gold single he finished, “…never running out of golden road, baby!”

Dickerson is releasing his third single, “Every Little Thing,” to radio, and the uptempo track and third consecutive single off his debut album “Yours,” is a personal favorite of his and follows back-to-back No. 1s “Blue Tacoma” and debut single “Yours.”

“This is easily one of my favorite songs on the record. The sound, the vibe and the message is me to a ‘T’,” said Russell about “Every Little Thing.” “It’s a fun uptempo jam, just bragging about how amazing my girl is!”

Dickerson will soon hit the road on the co-headlining The Way Back Tour with an artist who has had her own chart-topping hit with a song called “Every Little Thing,” Carly Pearce. The 11-city trek launches Jan. 24. No word whether there will be a mashup of the two title-sharing tracks.

 

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