Hollywood, California - February 7: Lil NAS X visited the Tom Ford AW20 program at Studios on February 7, 2020 in Hollywood, California. (Mike Coppola / Filmagic) Movie less than a year ago compared to Lil NAS X with a single unexpected single "Old Town Road" is the first time in Hot 100, will become a member of the most successful versions. All Time. Maybe the race is not available in hot 100 longer, but Americans buy it and still send it in larger quantities, so until now it has been awarded a new prize. With another dish, the work has become one of the most certified songs in history.
EL RIAA (the US read industry) has just explained a single "Old Town Road" single in 12 times, which means that it has moved 12 million units respectively in the United States. If we look at the rest of the world, this amount will definitely be exponential, even twice. Impressive, the "old street" became a platinum on May 10. In less than a year, the use of 12 times in diamonds (10 million copies) increased and then progressed rapidly. Only a few music reached 12 million copies, and no one did it in less than 12 months.
with 12 million inappropriate copies, "Old Town Road" corresponds to the record for the second platinum price for a song, and at the same level with some of the biggest shots in the final memory. Add more songs: "Loud thought" of Rihanna and Rihanna's "Liey", "Baby", "Baby" by Justin Bieber and Ludacris and the "Closer" of The Chainsmokers, all reaching the period that it It is one of the channels of the channels, "closer": All have reached the same step, which is one of the possibilities that is one of the "nearest" string. The teachers of the chain. The most impressive of all time. In a coincidence the giant did it nearby.
a single song, Luis Fonsi and "Despacito" by Daddy Yankee, have won many awards. More than from Riaa. The countries have reached the states of platinum from 13 times, but it will be the last. There are 13. 64529
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