Capitol Music Group has announced that Halsi has officially acquired 50 million RIA-certified units for its albums, singles and features.
Twelve new testimonials, some of which came from his recent album “Maniac”, helped the pop singer achieve this milestone in his career.
Halsey’s hit song “Weed Me My” has now gone platinum seven times, with “You Should Show” and “Graveyard” both reaching platinum status. “Crazy” was released on January 17 and debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Top Album chart. The record earned her Platinum Certificate in February and is the highest-selling album by a single female artist so far in 2020.
Halsi’s two previous albums, 2017’s “Happless Fountain Kingdom” and 2015’s “Badlands” have also reached new certification levels. Three tracks from “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom” have risen to status: “Bad at Love” has reached Platinum five times, “Now or Never” has received three times Platinum and “Wallace Can Talk” has received gold certificates.
Halsi’s debut, “Badlands” has now received Double Platinum certification and Five Tracks has received new certification. “Petrol” has now reached the status of Double Platinum, “Hold Me Down” and “Control” both platinum and “Young God” and “Drive” gold.
Halsey has also been awarded RIAA certificates for his features in songs by other artists. Her appearance on Justin Bieber’s “Feelings” in 2015 reached gold credentials, and her collaboration with then-boyfriend G-Easy, “Him and I” certified Double Platinum in 2017.
Most notably, Halsey appeared in The Chainsmokers2016’s smash hit “Closure” which he co-authored. The “Closure” Diamond was certified by the RIAA in 2011 for 10 million units sold, as well as being nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Pair / Group Performance.