Photo by: Douglas Gorenstein/NBCJeremih has reached a new milestone with his third studio album, Late Nights.
The singer’s project, released in December, has been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America, for sales and equivalent streams of more than 500,000. He was spotted celebrating alongside his mom and manager J. Ervin during an intimate dinner in L.A. earlier this week.
The singer recently took to Instagram to express his gratitude. “I Owe This 1 To All of Y’all, As Of Today #LateNightsTheAlbum Is RIAA Certified Gold. Even Through The NYE Ball Drop ,Three Months Later.. It Was All Worth It,” he wrote. “Thanx To Every Producer/Writer/Artist/Engineer That Helped Me Create This.”
He continued: “To Mih Fans I Truly Love & Appreciate Each And Every 1 Of You , I Gotchu! 500,000,000 Streams?? True Testament That Without Y’all I’m Really Nothin ‘ #BlessUpPlaqueUp #GoldMember #LateNights < #LaterThatNight.”
In addition, the singer’s hit song, “Don’t Tell ‘Em” featuring YG, was certified double platinum, for more than two million in sales and streams.
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