Kane Brown Joins Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan With Latest RIAA Milestone

Pictured (L-R): Brown’s manager Martha Earls; Kane Brown;  Sony Music Nashville Chairman & CEO Randy Goodman. Photo: Matt Berinato

RCA Nashville/Zone 4 recording artist Kane Brown was recently surprised with several new RIAA certifications. His hit songs “What Ifs” (ft. Lauren Alaina) and “Heaven” were each certified 6x multi-Platinum and each smash hit has earned more than 1 billion streams to date.

Those 6x multi-Platinum certifications make Brown, along with Taylor Swift and Luke Bryan, one of the only artists with multiple 6x multi-Platinum (or better) country song certifications.

Brown was surprised with several RIAA certification plaques by his manager Martha Earls and Sony Music Nashville Chairman & CEO Randy Goodman, including 2x multi-Platinum certifications for both “Good As You” and “Lose It,” as well as a 2x multi-Platinum certification for “One Thing Right” (Marshmello & Kane Brown), and a Gold certification for “Be Like That” with Swae Lee and Khalid. He also received a plaque commemorating the Platinum certification for his album Experiment (the news was previously announced in March).

These newly-minted certifications join Brown’s previous certs for his hit songs, including “Cool Again” (Gold), “Found You” (Platinum), “What’s Mine Is Yours” (Gold), “Hometown” (Gold), “Thunder in the Rain” (Gold) and “Homesick” (2x multi-Platinum).


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