Taylor Swift‘s latest album, Lover, her first for Universal Music Group’s Republic Records, has been certified Platinum by the RIAA. The album was released just over one month ago, on Aug. 23.
Tracks from the album have earned more than 3 billion streams globally. Lover‘s first single, “ME!” has also been certified Platinum.
Every album Swift has released has attained at least Platinum status. 2017’s reputation has been certified 3x Platinum, while her foray into pop music, 1989 (released in 2014) is inching closer to Diamond status, having sold more than 9 million copies. Swift’s 2008 album Fearless has already achieved Diamond status.
Speak Now has been certified 6x Platinum, while both her 2006 self-titled debut album and her 2012 album Red have been certified 7x Platinum. 2008’s The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection has been certified Platinum.
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