Taylor Swift, Maroon 5, Genius/GZA Top List Of RIAA September Gold, Platinum Certifications
October 7, 2015 at 12:07 PM (PT)
Two singles from TAYLOR SWIFT's blockbuster "1989" album, as well as releases from MAROON 5 and GENIUS/GZA, top the list of the RIAA's SEPTEMBER Gold and Platinum certifications.
A total of 33 digital singles and six album awards were handed out during the month, topped by TAYLOR SWIFT's "Shake It Off," which was certified eight times platinum, and "Bad Blood," certified four times platinum. OMI's "Cheerleader," BIG SEAN's "I Don't F**k With You" and THE WEEKND's "The Hills" were all certified three times platinum. In all, there were eight digital multi-Platinum singles certifications, 10 digital Platinum singles and 15 digital Gold singles.
Six albums were also certified Gold or Platinum, with MAROON 5's 2014 albumG, "V," and GENIUS/GZA's 1995 release, "Liquid Swords," both certified Platinum.
Three other albums were certified Gold, along with "V," including BREAKING BENJAMIN's 2002 album, "Saturate," FALL OUT BOY's most recent, "American Beauty/American Psycho" and ZAC BROWN BAND's current release, "Jekyll + Hyde."
For a full list, go here.